Product description

The three most common problems for microsoldering specialists are:

  • No Backlight or Half Backlight
  • Touch IC Disease
  • Charging Problems

In this online course, we tackle all three of these problems in detail.  We walk you through everything from the tools and equipment required for the repair, the steps to take to repair the devices and how to fix secondary problems post repair.

All of this information is condensed into a one hour lecture with videos detailing each step.  Included at the end of the course is a free pdf file that contains the same course details, which you can use to reference.

About this course

From intermediate to advanced
By the numbers
  • Lectures: 18
  • Video: 1 hour
  • Skill level: Intermediate Level
  • Certificate of Completion

This course will teach you how to repair the three most common board defects in the iPhone 6 series (6/6+/6S/6S+)  These are: no backlight, no touch and no charge.

The aim of the course is to bring the student to a higher level in iPhone logic board repair. The focus is on the “moneymakers” in the field.

In this course:

  • We will discuss in detail how all involved circuits operate.
  • We will discuss the functions of all involved components.
  • We provide a complete list of all relevant backlight components for each iPhone 6 model.
  • We will discuss the most important reasons for the malfunctions.
  • We will teach you how to determine which components are responsible for a defect.
  • We will teach you how to perform the repair itself.
  • We will discuss how to tackle the complications that might arise post no touch repair.

With the course comes a book that covers all involved material in detail. This book can be used as a handy reference guide.

What are the requirements?

  • Some experience with iPhone logic board repair
  • For beginners it is advised to first take the beginners course
  • The tools to perform the tests and repairs

What am I going to get from this course?

  • How to repair the three most common logic board defects in the field

What is the target audience?

  • People wanting to increase their repair skills