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June 3, 2022

Apple now offers the opportunity to make your own iPhone repairs, providing access to repair manuals, certified parts and tool kit rentals. We decided to give it a go by replacing the broken screen on the iPhone SE.

Products and services mentioned in this video:
iPhone SE: cnet.co/3PQBBeq
Apple Self Service Repair Store: cnet.co/3ziKOGm
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Watch: iPhone SE (2022) Drop Test: youtu.be/XpWDVShq-bA
Watch: iPhone 12 drop and scratch test: youtu.be/cj6E-iaZfIw
Watch: iPhone 12 Mini drop test: youtu.be/nv3Kus1KhRU

Read: Apple Launches Do-It-Yourself Repairs For iPhone 13, iPhone 12 and iPhone SE
cnet.co/391WnHh
Read: Apple Now Lets You Repair Your iPhone 13, iPhone 12 and iPhone SE. But It's Not Easy
cnet.co/3t94Mzx

0:00 How We Broke iPhone SE
1:06 Ordering iPhone Parts and Tools
4:36 Unpacking the Apple Repair Kit Boxes
5:52 Removing the Broken iPhone Screen
11:14 Installing the New iPhone Display
15:06 iPhone SE System Configuration

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