iPhone XS Max Parts
iPhone XS Max Earpiece Speaker and Sensor Assembly
Replace a malfunctioning earpiece speaker or sensor assembly and fix problems with phone call audio.
iPhone X/XS/XS Max Test Cables for OLED Screen and Digitizer
This pair of test cables simplifies connecting and testing OLED displays and digitizers for the iPhone X, iPhone XS, or iPhone XS Max.
iPhone XS Max Earpiece Speaker
Replace a malfunctioning earpiece speaker and fix problems with phone call audio.
iPhone XS/XS Max Power Button and Flash Cable
Fix an unresponsive power button or malfunctioning flash with this replacement assembly.
iPhone XS Max Lightning Connector Assembly
Fix a damaged or corroded lightning connector or malfunctioning microphone on your iPhone XS Max with this lightning connector assembly. Includes the flex cable, logic bo...
iPhone XS Max Battery Adhesive Strips
Use these adhesive strips to secure a battery to the rear case of an iPhone XS Max.
NuGlas Tempered Glass Screen Protector for iPhone XS Max
Protect your iPhone XS Max screen!
iPhone XS Max Front Camera and Sensor Holder
This plastic guide centers the front-facing camera lenses, the proximity sensor, and the flood illuminator over the openings in the front glass panel.
iPhone XS Max Cell Antenna Feed Flex Cable
Replace a torn or damaged cellular antenna feed line flex cable. This cable connects the logic board to parts of the rear case.
iPhone XS Max Audio Control Cable and Brackets
Replace the internal audio and power switches and their brackets for an iPhone XS Max.
The iPhone XS Max (and XS) was formally announced by Apple on September 12, 2018. New features include a larger 6.5-inch display, an updated A12 Bionic SoC with industry-leading 7nm production process and a next-generation Neural Engine, an updated camera featuring Smart HDR, and improved Portrait Mode with advanced bokeh and depth control.
Once you've bought your parts and tools, check out iFixit's iPhone XS Max repair guides for step-by-step instructions on how to make the fix.
The iPhone XS Max earned a 6 out of 10 in iFixit’s repairability assessment. Watch the Teardown Review for more: