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Generic LCD Touch Screen Assembly for Verizon CDMA iPhone 4
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- iPhone 4 Digitizer and LCD Assembly - New (Verizon CDMA)
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Compatible Model(s): iPhone 4 Verizon 16GB (MC676LL/A, iPhone3,3, A1349) Black - Early 2011
iPhone 4 Verizon 32GB (MC679LL/A, iPhone3,3, A1349) Black - Early 2011
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HOWEVER.. realize that this is a fairly generic listing and that several sellers are selling this product. Some people may be receiving different products entirely, so please list your seller in your review! I purchased mine from MyStore365, and this was my experience:
This screen is a true retina display. I am a videophile and the LCD driving this screen is great. Compared to my iPhone 4S, my repaired iPhone 4 had no discernable difference in terms of screen quality, and I'm very picky. It looked every bit as good as the Apple OEM screen, colors, backlight and all.
However, I am very disappointed to find out this glass does NOT have oleophobic coating on it what-so-ever as Apple's screen does. This thing is an absolute fingerprint (and dust) MAGNET. I would plan on buying a screen protector with oleophobic coating, or something like the Spigen GLAS.T real glass covering to go along with this. I'm serious. Even after wiping down with a microfiber cloth, it's next to impossible to get this thing completely clean. It's almost sticky. I compared side-by-side with Apple's screen and even with "dirty" hands, Apple's is very resistant to fingerprints. Even a hard press is barely discernable. On the replacement screen, even with a light press, my full set of prints are clearly visible. CSI would have a hay-day.
The only other problem I'd mention (which may be a big deal for some) is that the light sensors which adjust screen brightness automatically are CLEARLY visible with this screen/bezel.Read more ›
- The included screwdrivers aren't particularly tough but will last for a repair or two. Don't use them for your glasses before you fix your phone. Afterwards, have a ball.
- Leave the phillips screwdriver on a magnet for an hour before you start. Don't worry - the tiny magnetic field won't damage your phone but will make the screws MUCH easier to remove.
- The tiny screen over the earpiece is not included with this kit so make sure to remove it from your old one once you have the phone apart. Tweezers help especially with installing on the new part.
- The original screen uses a bit of adhesive to stick the glass to the frame but it's not strictly necessary. I use it about half the time and not one of the phones I've fixed has separated.
- Most importantly: use a piece of corrugated cardboard to keep track of everything. As you *start* to remove a part draw a rough outline of it on the cardboard and poke holes where the screws go so you know which goes where. Also number the parts so you know the reassembly order. The screws are different sizes and if you mix them up things will not go together cleanly.
- Remember to remove the clear plastic cover over the back of the screen but do NOT remove the reflective, mirrorized piece. You'll know what I mean when you see it. It reflects light back into the screen and if you remove it you'll see an odd pattern on the phone when you turn it back on that's actually the metal center frame of the phone.
- Take your time and don't force anything. It all fits.
I chose my replacement screen from the seller: "Buyiparts". On top of including an IPHONE TOOLKIT, they provided me with a screen protector already installed on the new screen! If you've already done work on your phone, you know that the front screen is going to be sliding all over the table. The fact that they put on a protector on the new one so I could reassemble the back of my phone without a worry, is very useful! Before I get into the details I will say this: I spent 28 dollars buying this compared to: 200 sending it to Verizon, and 399, in getting and upgrade to an iPhone 5. Now, this isn't an easy fix. It took me 3 hrs to do it *CAREFULLY*.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked well...the color was a little off but for the money was great.Published 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great replacement option for the iPhone 4 DIY screen replacement. As I like to say, if it ain't broke- don't fix it! And if it is, try fixing it yourself. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tessa
Digitizer doesn't work. Makes phone useless. The display works great though.Published 4 months ago by Jason Bourne
Really fast shipping. I ordered 2 so far. The first one i ordered was damaged when my boyfriend tried to install it ( his fault though he accidentally tore one of the small cables)... Read morePublished 4 months ago by MurDerIssJanE
Great Product! I replaced the screen and it worked like the original.Published 4 months ago by Hunter1254
I bought a generic LCD SCREEN REPLACEMENT. It shipped fine. Got it out and installed fine, and was careful about the wires. Put it back together and turn it on. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Eh. I received a 4s screen I don't want to send it in so I improvised and toke all the posts off and superglued the screen to the Frame.Published 5 months ago by austin
This is garbage. I work on cellular devices every day and my supplier was out of these. The backlight never came on, tried another screen on the same device and it works fine. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Keith