So New iPhone 14 It is the most repairable smartphone since iPhone 7And the According to the experts at iFixit. This makes sense, because Apple didn’t just work on it Easy for owners to repair their devicesBut it also helps Apple technicians when repairing iPhones.
strange is that a file iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max lines Not easy to fix. Apple may have decided it was wise to test the new design for durability before rolling it out across the board.
There are two things you need to do Successful repairs: know-how and the right tools.
And the iFixit He has both.
To find out how to visit the company Extensive repair manuals. Simply the best information available, and it’s all free.
But what about the tools?
Let’s take a look at some of the tools I use. Not all of these are specific to Iphonebut these are the things I use a lot when diagnosing or repairing faulty tools.
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My favorite toolkit for a number of years now is the iFixit Pro Tech Toolkit. Almost everything I need, all stored in one place and in a convenient carrying case. I’ve owned – and used – my kit for many years, and it’s still going strong.
If I had to describe the new iFixit Pro Tech Toolkit in one word, it would be “perfect”.
- 64 bit driver kit.
- wrist strap.
- Small suction cup.
- 3 x iFixit Unlock Tool.
- iFixit Opening Picks x6.
- Reversible nylon tweezers.
- ESD angled tweezers.
- ESD blunt tweezers.
- 2x Spadger.
- Metal incense burner.
- Magnetic pillow.
- tool roll.
Here is a detailed list of all the bits in the actuation kit:
- Philips 000, 00, 0, 1, 2.
- Flathead 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 4 mm.
- Torx T2, T3, T4, T5.
- Torx Security TR6, TR7, TR8, TR9, TR10, TR15, TR20, TR25.
- Pentalobe P2, P5, P6.
- JIS J000, J00, J0, J1.
- Hex 0.7, 0.9, 1.3, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4, 4.5, 5 mm.
- Three-point Y000, Y00, Y0 and Y1.
- Driver nut 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4, 4.5, 5, 5.5 mm.
- square 0, 1, 2.
- Gamebit 3.8, 4.5 mm.
- Screwdriver 4, 6, 8.
- Triangle 2, 3 mm.
- SIM output bit.
- 1/4″ to 4mm driver adapter.
USB power testers have become a staple in my test equipment. A good tester can test whether USB ports are putting out the correct amount of power, check devices’ power draw, measure battery capacity, check the loads that USB-C cables can carry, and much more.
This is one of the easiest to use USB testers out there. It comes with good instructions, and there aren’t a lot of buttons and controls to confuse it.
In addition to viewing, this tool can save data to a computer logger, which means that you can run longer tests.
This one tool does so much that it is indispensable!
- Screen: IPS 1.14 inches, 240 x 135 pixels.
- Connector: Full 24-pin Type-C ports go through USB3.2 Gen4 at 10Gbps.
- Current voltage range: DC 4-26V (0.1-26V PC) 0-6.8A.
- Accuracy and accuracy: 0.0001V 0.0001A 0.1% + 2d.
- Electronic tag reader: support.
- Gravity sensor: support.
- VBUS oscilloscope: 8Msps, 1mV accuracy.
- Fast charge trigger for PD, PD PPS, QC2.0/3.0, FCP, SCP, AFC, VOOC and SuperVOOC.
My eyes are not what they used to be. Well, to be honest, my eyes have never been this good, but I managed to. Since I was finding tasks involving small things to be a bit problematic, it was time to do something about it.
Enter this cheap magnifier, which not only features zoom lenses, but also comes with LED lights.
- The headband is adjustable and very comfortable.
- Powered by two incandescent AAA batteries, the dual LED lights can be moved left and right, or angled up or down.
- It comes with three lenses (1.9x fixed stereo lens, 1.9x drop stereo lens, and 4.5x lens) that allow for four magnifications of up to 8.3x.
- The lenses are of high quality and distortion-free.
- It is light weight yet durable.
I’ve used mine now for over a year now, and I have no complaints. I really like the tilt and pan LEDs, as this allows me to get the light exactly what I’m doing.
When the diagnosis is done, it’s time to start fixing things. And while most of the ingredients these days are disposable, it’s nice to find something that can fix it.
It could be a loose cable, or a component that needs replacing.
This is when a soldering iron comes in very handy. I use a butane iron because that gives me the flexibility to fix things when you’re away from the power source.
- Cordless butane welding torch, ideal for not only soldering but also burning, heatsink shrinking, plastic cutting, heating, and other hobby and craft projects.
- Ignition trigger integrated with safety lock to prevent accidental ignition.
- Variable temperature controller for precise control, from 1022°F to 2192°F.
- Flame lock mechanism keeps the torch on a continuous flame for simpler operation.
- 14-piece multipurpose accessory set.
- Refillable tank with a burn time of 75 minutes.
I thought so thermal cameras It was a great game for people with more money than meaning. But having used one for a few years now, I find it invaluable to have the “superpower” of being able to see in infrared.
Because when it comes to electrical repairs, overheating means something is wrong, and this camera allows me to see that overload firsthand.
I’ve been using the thermal camera on my Ulefone Armor 9 to detect bad connections and overheating components, which is a great tool for detecting heat buildup in computers. It’s also great around the home for a myriad of things, from spotting heat escape points to finding pressure equalization locks in a heating system.
- MediaTek Helios P90 octa-core processor, clocked at 2.2 GHz.
- 6.3-inch 2340 x 1080 FHD + 410 PPI LCD multi-touch screen with IPS technology.
- 8GB LPDDR4x dual channel RAM.
- 128 GB UFS2.1 ROM.
- SD card up to 2 TB.
- FLIR Lepton thermal camera with a range of -10 – 400 (with the help of a 5 MP rear camera).
- Samsung 64 megapixel rear camera.
- 2 megapixel secondary rear camera.
- Quad LED flash.
- 8-megapixel front camera.
- 6600 mAh battery.
- Support 18W fast charging.
- Fingerprint unlock.
- Dual SIM support.
- headphone jack.
- endoscope port.
- USB-C port.
- Rated IP68/IP69K/MIL-STD-810G.