45 minuten - 2 uren
I had two business iPhone 6 assets that had severely cracked screens, but they were still functional and in good condition. Even though the asset was no longer usable for our VIP employees, it still has value to the business if it can be repaired rather than simply recycled. My goal was to put together a business model for when an asset should be fixed and redeployed.
The first screen was my first time repairing a screen and I took a few extra steps that were not necessary and ultimately lowered the quality of the repair, but the asset was still very much usable after the repair. The second screen went extremely well, but the home button lost some "click" feel to it. This second asset is still usable as well. The fit of this screen repair was definitely improved over my first attempt and repair TAT was cut by 50% due to learning curve.
I used paper desert bowls, marked the size of the screw(s) along with location in the repair process in that bowl and stacked them up as I went through the process. This made the reverse procedure for installation much easier.