iPhone XS. 64 GB of storage. unlocked Totally renovated. Fantastic price, and an ideal Christmas present. You can buy it in our store in St Andrews.
Comes with free data transfer from your old phone, charging cable, and 90-day warranty.
Consider a trade-in
- How To Trade In Your iPhone: The Ultimate Guide
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For about $50 less than the 7, the HTC 10 has a whole range of goodies, including colors like Topaz Gold and Glacier. The rear camera is an impressive 12MP, though the front one is just 5MP, which is a far cry from the iPhone 7’s 8. 4GB of RAM keeps it from feeling too dated, though the 2.15GHz dual-core doesn’t. I don’t scream, but it definitely screams loud enough. For audio, the headphone jack (yes, it has one) is awesome, delivering great sound that Bluetooth can’t touch. Notice to audiophiles.
How to Replace iPhone 7 Screen: DIY Guide
- Turn off iPhone 7/iPhone 7 Plus.
- On the bottom of the phone, locate the two Pentalobe screws and remove them using a TS1 (0.8mm) screwdriver.
- Place a suction cup directly on the screen, above the home button, and gently try to remove it from the back cover.
- If necessary, use a wedge tool to gently break the adhesive seam and release the screen from the back cover.
- Opens iPhone 7 like a book.
- Remove the four 3-point screws to release the display plate.
- Use tweezers to lift up the display plate.
- Next, use your wedge or spudger tool to pry the three cable strips out of the LCD connector.
- Unscrew two more three-point screws in the upper right corner that hold your proximity sensor.
- Remove the plate above the proximity sensor to reveal another cable strip which, when disconnected, will release the front screen from the back of the phone.
- Remove the three Phillips screws from the bracket behind the earpiece at the top of the display side.
- The bracket will separate, revealing the iPhone’s camera.
- Pull the camera back to remove the two screws holding the earpiece assembly.
- Take out the earpiece.
- Gently wiggle and pull the proximity sensor to remove it.
- At the bottom of the screen, locate the Touch ID assembly.
- Unscrew the four three-point screws that hold the support.
- Remove the media.
- Gently flick to remove Touch ID, it will slide forward.
- Then remove the LCD back plate by unscrewing six three-point screws.
- Using your wedge or spudger tool, pry up the LCD back plate to reveal the cable tie attached to the back plate.
- Once you release the LCD back plate from the cable, it should detach easily.
- Discard your old damaged LCD screen and replace it with the new screen, bending the cables and aligning the side brackets, to put the 6 screws back in place.
- Continue to reverse the steps to reassemble the phone.
Will the iPhone 7 get iOS 16?
Unfortunately no, iOS 15 is the end of the line for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, which means you will no longer be able to use the features available in iOS 16. The devices are currently running iOS 15.6.1 , a version that was released on August 17, 2022.
This is a surprising move from Apple where many expected the phone to get the new update thanks to its ever-relevant performance and processing power. But it seems that the newly introduced features, APIs and SDKs have some requirements that can only be supported on iPhone SE 2nd generation and later.