iPhone 5s Motherboards
Grab a toolkit for your iPhone 5s model and fix your broken phone!
iFixit has you covered with parts, tools, and free repair guides. Repair with confidence! All of our replacement parts are tested to rigorous standards and backed by our industry-leading warranty.
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iPhone 5s Logic Board
Replace a logic board (motherboard) compatible with the iPhone 5s. Fix processing issues like unexpected shutdowns, reboots or water damage. Model #A1453, A1457, A1518, A...
iPhone 5s Logic Board with Paired Home Button
Replace a logic board and home button compatible with the iPhone 5s. This main circuit board assembly is paired with a home button to maintain Touch ID functions.
Announced on September 10, 2013, the Apple iPhone 5s has few external design changes other than an introduction of new case colors including gold and white, and space gray and black. New features with this phone include a fingerprint sensor embedded in the home button (which is now missing the familiar rounded square icon) which lets the user restrict who can access the phone without a passcode, an upgrade to a faster 64 bit dual-core 1.3 GHz A7 processor, a slight upgrade to a 1/3.2-inch sensor in the 8 megapixel camera, and dual-LED ‘true tone’ flash.
The most commonly needed repairs for the iPhone 5s are cracked screens and dead battery replacements. iFixit has the best iPhone 5s screens and iPhone 5s batteries on the market, along with a whole catalog of various other iPhone 5s parts for the less common fixes.
All iPhone 5s repairs will require a Pentalobe P2 screwdriver in addition to standard precision electronics tools. Any repair that requires removal of the battery from the device will need replacement adhesive strips. All iFixit Fix Kits include all tools and adhesive strips needed to make the repair.
Once all parts and tools have been acquired, head to iFixit’s iPhone 5s repair guides for step-by-step instructions on how to make your desired repair.
The iPhone 5s earned a 6 out of 10 in iFixit’s repairability assessment. Watch the Teardown Review for more: