The iPhone 4 offers a remarkable case, but if it's like our founder Jordan and you just dropped the iPhone 4, you smashed the glass of the back glass, you can restore it here very easily. You will need some tools, but the process does not require more than 30 minutes when the right parts are present. It is also a cool technique to change the iPhone if you decide to buy a rear panel that is clear or metal so you can view the inside parts of the iPhone 4 or a little something completely different. Here's the way to lift the back cover and insert a new panel:
Phillips # 00 screwdriver (if the iPhone has external Phillips screws) or 5-point Pentalobe screwdriver (if the iPhone is external pentalobe screws). This is because Apple has changed the type of screws at some point so you will need the correct screwdriver to remove the various screws. Also requires an iPhone 4 rear glass.
5 Basic steps for adjusting the back cover:
1. Verify that the manufacturer's warranty has not expired. If you decide to remove and restore the back panel, Apple has the right to enforce your current warranty. If the warranty is valid, simply transfer the iPhone 4 to Apple for free repair.
2nd Close your iPhone.
3rd Remove the two 3.6 Phillips screws at the Dock connector.
4th Carefully press the back cover toward the top side of iPhone 4. The panel should only move to 2 mm.
5th Lift the rear panel from the iPhone.
6th Insert the new panel.
7th To close the case simply follow the instructions backwards.
There are some fantastic mod protection devices that have been used over and over again to help our customers. To install a completely new mod backrest, simply buy a new rear panel with the exception of the authentic Apple iPhone 4 back cover and then continue with the original back cover. Excluding the only liability when removing the back cover can void your warranty if you have a viable warranty. Usually, we put the real case described by iFixit, but our team's favorite mod defense issues are the iFixit online site and cnn.cn (a Hong Kong OEM company). However, we have heard that metal may affect radio signals.