iPhone 8 Case Components
iPhone 8 Rear Camera Lens Cover
Replace a scratched external lens cover for the rear-facing camera.
iPhone 8 Aftermarket Blank Rear Glass Panel with Camera Lens
Replace a broken or scratched rear panel and camera lens cover with this new blank aftermarket rear panel assembly.
iPhone 8 Home Button Bracket
Replace a bent or missing metal bracket securing the home button assembly to the inside of the front panel.
iPhone 8 Speaker and Microphone Mesh Set
Replace the mesh covers for the speaker, vent, and microphone openings.
iPhone 8 Aftermarket Blank Rear Case
Replace a broken or scratched rear case and edge bezel with this new blank aftermarket rear case.
iPhone 8 Lower Display Cable Bracket
Replace a bent or missing metal bracket that secures the battery connector and two lower display cable connectors to the logic board.
iPhone 8 Front Camera and Sensor Connector Bracket
Replace a bent or missing metal bracket that secures the connector for the front-facing camera and front panel sensor cable as well as the rear-facing camera connector to...
iPhone 8 Lightning Port Bracket
Replace a bent or missing metal bracket that secures and reinforces the lighting port assembly. This part is compatible with an iPhone 8.
iPhone 8 Aftermarket Blank Rear Glass Panel
Replace a broken or scratched rear panel with this new blank aftermarket rear panel.
iPhone 8/8 Plus Proximity Sensor Frame
Replace the clear plastic frame for the proximity sensor on the back of the display assembly of your smartphone.
Ten years after the launch of the original iPhone, Apple’s latest refresh of the product line skips the ‘iPhone 7s’ name in favor of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 plus. The iPhone 8 (as well as the 8 Plus and the X) was formally announced on September 12, 2017. The design has remained fairly similar to its predecessor, with the only distinguishing difference being the switch from an aluminum backing to a glass back case. Apple has refined this design over the last three years, so it’s highly polished. The iPhone 8 has added fast-charging support, so you can charge up to 50 percent of the battery in 30 minutes. There’s also wireless charging support through the Qi standard, made possible by the new glass back. Internally, the phone possesses a new hexa-core system-on-chip with two high-performance cores and four high-efficiency cores along with an Apple designed GPU that all work to improve system and graphics performance.
There are three models of the iPhone 8. Model A1863 is available for carriers Verizon and Sprint in the U.S. and for carriers in China, Hong Kong, Australia, and New Zealand. Model A1905 is available for carriers AT&T and T-Mobile in the U.S. and for carriers in Canada, the UK, Europe, and globally excluding Hong Kong, China, and Japan. Model A1906 is for carriers in Japan.
All iPhone 8 repairs will require a Pentalobe P2 screwdriver in addition to standard precision electronics tools. Any repair that removes the battery from the chassis will require battery replacement strips. If the LCD display is removed from the front of the phone for any repair, you will need replacement display adhesive to restore water resistant functionality. All iFixit Fix Kits come with all tools and replacement adhesive needed to complete the repair.
Once all parts and tools have been acquired, check out iFixit’s iPhone 8 repair guides for step-by-step instructions on how to make the fix.
The iPhone 8 earned a 6 out of 10 in iFixit’s repairability assessment. Watch the Teardown Review for more: