Having tempered glass on an iPhone is a smart choice. It protects the iPhone’s screen from breaking, scratching, and cracking. However, sometimes you need to remove the tempered glass because:
>The main reason for removing the glass is to replace it with a new one.
>The glass can be damaged during transportation if it is not well protected. In this case, you will need to change the glass.
>You may also want to remove the broken glass, in case of mechanical impact or a fall.
>If you wish to repair your iPhone and remove the motherboard, you need to remove the tempered glass first.
There are a number of places to search for a new 15D tempered glass, including online and at local phone stores.
Tempered glasses are usually not so easy to remove if they don’t break themselves. But if you know how there’s no problem.
Step by Step Guide:
1- Remove the tempered glass from the sides, with a thin object like a credit card or ID card. You can use your fingernails but it will be more difficult, and you may risk breaking your screen because of too much pressure. Don’t worry about damaging things by doing this, it is completely okay and Apple stores can renew your tempered glass without any problems.
2- Peel slowly and carefully until you reach the corner of your iPhone’s display.
3- Repeat this process for each side that needs peeling back until all four corners are free from the phone itself.
4- Once you have done this, bring them all together in one hand and gently pull outwards from the screen cantering outwards on all sides at once to free the remaining tempered glass from the iPhone’s display area (this will prevent any further damage). It should only take a 1-minute required per phone being repaired if done correctly 🙂
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