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You may not be Steve Jobs but you want to be one, right? One of the major changes brought by the Apple man to this world was the innovation of iPhone. You wouldn't be connected to the internet through your phone right now if it wouldn't be for what he created years back. What he did not do is put a glowing light at the back of an iPhone too just like he did with the MacBook. And, since then people have been trying to convert their iPhones into MacBook, not physically but just making attempts for the Apple logo on iPhone's back to glow just like that of a MacBook.
While people are after predicting what the next model will be like, why don't you learn to make some changes to the current model. Here's something for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus holders which can help you make your iPhone more unique even among the bunch of iPhone possessors.
Now, what you need to be ready with is a toolkit (mentioned below) because you wouldn't want any of the minute parts inside the handset to fall elsewhere or get damaged. Otherwise, if you lose any of it, then you will need a lot more than just the following guide to get your iPhone working again.
It comprises of an LED strip, tape, insulation and a tool kit.
This will help you to pull off the screen easily and put the pry tool underneath and separate it from the base.
You can use a butter knife to do this but be careful, so that you don't ruin any of the parts.
After removing the tape, you will be able to see the three metal connectors and the screen should look the same as shown in the image.
Keep it safely aside as you might need this portion, in case you want to undo the same.
Then, put back the battery and all the connectors which you had put earlier.
You can now put the screen back and put the bottom screws back again.
When you are complete, switch the phone on and you will find the back of your phone lighting up.
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