Well… That was interesting. I dropped my phone this morning at some weird angle and the housing bent a little. I opened the phone only to reveal a torn battery. The adhesive strips were so old they were impossible to remove even after I removed the exploded battery. Just, wow, I never thought a caseless phone drop + a hot summer day would result in this. What a scary thing to see blue-green chemical flames inside a phone! I’ve never seen this happen with a Note 7 so I thought I’d never see a burning battery, but boy was I wrong!
What happened to the 00095-A part? Did it just disappear?
Soo easy to forget, and I still don’t know how to put this back on. I’ve done several housing swaps on newer phones and this is so confusing!
Can you remove the EMI sheleds and still have the iPhone work after the repair? It seems like one of the connections on the logic board was broken in the removal of the shields.
If you check the dates on the serial numbers of the “New AirPods” you will find that they were going to be released with the iPhone Xs. Really Apple?