iPhone 7 Screen Replacement shown in 5 minutes


BLACK iPhone 7 Screen:
WHITE iPhone 7 Screen:
Here is the Y000 zero bit:
Pentalobe screw drivers:
Green Pry tool:
Phone opening metal tool:

Let me know if any of those links stop working!!! or if you need another part.

IF YOU NEED THE iPHONE 7 PLUS screen repair video:

Phones break. Cant always avoid it. This video shows I replace the screen on my own iPhone 7. Its always easier to repair something after you know what to expect, and you’ve seen it before. Remember you attempt ALL repairs at your own risk.

The iPhone 7 is a tricky phone to work on. It opens up from the side, instead of the top, and the ribbons are SUPER fragile. The Home button is also fragile, as many people attempting this repair have not been successful in swapping the home button to a new device. I will keep you updated on what causes that here in this video description.

The camera I used to film this video:
The Lens I used for this video:
And this Metabones adapter:

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JerryRigEverything assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. JerryRigEverything recommends safe practices when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, expensive electronics, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of JerryRigEverything, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not JerryRigEverything. Only attempt your own repairs if you can accept personal responsibility for the results, whether they are good or bad.

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  1. where would you find a tool like the one that was used to pry the cracked screen from the metal frame of the phone? The suction cup I am using sucks…and not in the way I want it to

  2. I have fixed so many iPhone 7 screens but I always come back here for some reassurance, thanks Zack or Jerry… still not sure what your name is.

    I’ll just call you the Phone Yoda…

    Fix this phone you must
    Like little Lego’s , pop out they will.
    careful you must be….
    The Cables are thin, like paper they rip.
    Time you must take , patients you need.

  3. I watched this on my laptop and i was SO thankful for this video!!… i would hope people have common sense and make another device available when fixing bcus.. like a cell phone company.. they sometimes need you to use another phone to talk on so you can work on your own cell…. anyway!.. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOUUUUUUU for this video.. although i was NOT an origami pro bfor OR after this video .. i DID however.. fix my iphone PERFECTLY!!!.. and im SO grateful bcus i snatch stuff up that i might need later. i got 2 replacement screen for my phone when i see an amazing deal.. free lol… i needed it replaced once and had to pay 65 for a place to do it… this time.. i have no extra money.. so after dealing with a cracked screen for a while.. it farted out on me for good tonite and … i was lost .. said i wish i could do this on my own and my daughter reminded me of good old you tube lol.. YOU popped up.. im someone who is not the best with my hands (so to speak) and this was not hard at all…. you might want to go a little slower tho for future vids bucs i did have to pause and rewind alot .. even if you slow down a little, we might still need to pause…but it wont be as much. Working with the screws and needing everything to stay in place gets nerve racking when ur pausing and rewinding lol…. IM SO GRATEFUL for your talent 🙂 thank you for this video <3
    Ok.. so some feed back from my fix and things i found out…. i have an iphone 7 black….. i used a white screen to replace the broken and it DID work just fine!!… also my home button worked fine when i had the store replace it buttttt lol.. smh when I DID IT.. i accidentally tore the one little cable off the home button so now it wont work but this phones home button did work and WAS ok with a replacement screen lol… (DONT be heavy handed bcus it is fragile BUT not to the point where u wont be able to do it ur self… TOOLS are def helpful… also i ended up seeing that when the guy replaced my screen the first time.. he SO NICELY forgot 4 screws… grr.. Luckily enuf my daughter had an old iphone 6 with a cracked screen and i WAS able to use some screws from that to replace what that fucker lost!!.. 🙂 hope my added info helps others.. the way THIS VIDEO helped me… PS… careful of glass shards from the old screen.. during replacement they do chip off and stab ur hand and make u want to kick the wall!! lmao~~

  4. The product linked to amazon for the Y000 bit is JUNK DO NOT BUY IT, way too big, waste of time and money as it took 3 days longer to actually get here….

  5. The video was helpful however, the link to the iphone screen 7 black was a bad aftermarket screen for my iphone7, buyer beware…For the first few weeks it was working fine but now its randomly pressing buttons when I am not touching it. I am now thinking I just need to get a new phone.

  6. Excellent guide, and calm voice to help stay focused. 🙂 I just did it myself, everything went smooth, no hints of damage, but sadly home button stopped working.

  7. For those of you wondering: yes, there is an extra non-mentioned screw appearing at 3:41. It wasn't mentioned in the disassembly because it held nothing important. Just know that most kits don't arrive with screws so take note of removing this one too. You can do it as you reassemble everything.


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