iFixit publishes guides on how to fix the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

BY Evan Selleck

Published 20 Nov 2014

image iFixit iPhone 6 repair guide

iFixit is well known for its teardown, the videos and images we get to see of amazing devices torn to pieces, but the general purpose is to find out how well it can be repaired.

Now, just over two months after the release of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and after publishing teardown for both handsets, the site has published a series of guides for those who might want to know how to self-repair the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, if the situation were to call for it. Of course, it’s worth noting that a repair like this will void a warranty in most cases, so if something is wrong with an iPhone in your life, taking it to an Apple Store is probably still the safest bet.

Still, if you want to see what it takes to repair select components of Apple’s flagship iPhones, you can head through the source link below. Once there, you’ll find out how to fix or replace things like the volume control cable, the LCD shield plate or the front facing camera and sensor cable.

Have you ever tried to repair a device on your own?

[via iFixit]