We’re starting our series on iPhone logic board repair by releasing two online courses at Udemy.com. The two most asked questions that I often get are:
- What temperature do I use for my hot air rework station?
- How do I start troubleshooting a problem?
We’re going to try to address these things in our online courses. In the meantime, we have two course available now, which cover the absolute basics of how the iPhone logic board works all the way up to the intricacies of doing a touch IC repair on an iPhone 6 plus.
The first course in our series is called iPhone Logic Board Repair: The Basics.
The online course lasts 1- hour and it’s broken down into 6 different sections:
- The Logic Board
- The Tools
In the “Logic Board” section, you’ll learn about how the logic board operates and the building blocks of the logic board. In the “Tools” section, you’ll learn about everything related to the tools and equipment required for microsoldering, like zxw tools dongle and schematics and physical tools. In the “Defects” section, you’ll learn about the most common reasons for defects to the logic board. In the “Troubleshooting” section, you’ll learn about some real life examples on how to diagnose a problem. And finally, in the “Repair” section, we’ll give you examples of how the thought process behind a water damaged phone and touch screen problems.
All in all, this course is mainly for those just getting started and don’t really know where to start. The hour long course will give you general ideas on what to expect.
In our second course of the the series, labeled iPhone Logic Board Repair: Advanced. We cover the three most common iPhone microsoldering repairs: No Backlight, Touch IC Disease and Charging problems.
The course is broken down in the three sections. Each section details how the circuit works, the common points of failure, and then we dive into step-by-step instructions on how to troubleshoot and repair the failure. These are extensively tested and defined solutions to the most common iPhone problems. We’ve literally fixed hundreds and hundreds of these devices with the methods described in the course.
These are just the first two courses in our series. We’re aiming for a complete course teaching everything from how to get started to fixing the hardest microsoldering repairs, like BGA problems.
Update! We no longer sell the individual courses. We only sell The Basics and The Full Curriculum courses. See the below link for more information.