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iPhone 8 LCD and Digitizer Replacement Girişe yapılan değişiklikler

Düzenleyen: Jeff Suovanen

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Introduction
Follow this guide to replace a bare bones screen on an iPhone 8. This guide includes transferring the Touch ID sensor, earpiece speaker, front camera assembly, and LCD shield plate from the original assembly.
For an easier repair, use our [product|IF371-002|fix kit|new_window=true] and follow [guide|98255|this shorter guide|new_window=true] to replace your iPhone’s entire display assembly.
If your replacement display already includes those parts, follow [guide|98255|this shorter guide instead].
For more advanced fixers, this guide will help you replace ''only'' the iPhone 8 LCD screen + digitizer assembly (a.k.a. the bare “front panel”). This requires you to transfer several components from your original screen to the new one before installing it—including the front-facing camera, earpiece speaker, LCD shield plate, and home button assembly.
In either caseFor all screen/display repairs, '''it's important to carefully transfer the original home/Touch ID sensor onto the new display in order for it to function.''' The solid -state home button is paired to its original logic board by Apple, so replacing it will render it unusable.



As of August 2018, replacing the iPhone 8 display disables the ambient light sensor, even when using original Apple parts. Consequently, auto-brightness and True Tone functions won't work with replacement displays. [https://ifixit.org/blog/9917/11-3-update-breaking-iphone-screens/|This may be due to a bug in iOS 11]. The beta release of iOS 12 partially fixes this issue, so it’s possible Apple will resolve it in a future iOS update.
Summary
ReplaceFix a broken screen by replacing just the LCDbare front panel, a.k.a. screen and+ digitizer module forassembly, in the iPhone 8.