The iPhone is probably one of the best looking phones ever made, but that beauty comes with a price.
Yeah, I think it would just look weird with the black ones, even if you dyed the white out different colors. PHONEDOCTORS® - 2015, All other Trademarks, Service Marks and References to Products are all Property of Their Respective Owners. If you have an all white or all black display, start by performing a soft reset on your device. If your digitizer will not respond to touch at all, reattempt the repair, and make certain your cable was not crimped (folded too much). If only a select grid of icons will not work such as the top third, or left side, you may have a cable that is miss aligned. If you see blotches on your display, this is a sign that too much pressure has been applied to the LCD at some time. If the troubleshooting does not work, or if your screen has lines down your display, then you may have a defective or broken part. Mail in Your Device: our certified technicians will be happy to diagnose or repair your device. If you have questions regarding our products or services, please use the PRODUCT INQUIRY tab located above.
Before beginning any repair, always power your iPhone down completely using the Slide to power off option. To begin, use your security screwdriver to remove the two screws in the bottom of your iPhone 5 that sit on either side of the dock. Once the screen is free, swing up the display assembly so you can get to the shield that is holding the cables in place.
Alternate method: If you're having issues pulling the screen up with a suction cup, you may insert a razor blade on the outer edge of either screw hold and pry upwards slightly.
I'll preface this section by saying the plastic battery tabs to pull to release them are useless. We are now ready to remove the battery, which is the hardest part and must be done with extreme caution as to prevent puncturing it or causing damage to the logic board. In order to remove the battery, start at the top left corner and put your opening tool between the casing and the battery. By the time you get to the bottom the adhesive should be nearly free, or free enough for you to grab hold of the battery and carefully break the rest and remove it. It is important while performing the steps above that you're careful to not puncture or bend the battery. Start removing the dock itself by using your #000 Phillips screwdriver to remove the seven screws shown below that hold the dock assembly in place. Turn your iPhone 5 around on the table so you can gently wedge the flat end of your spudger tool between the headphone jack and rear casing.
Now do the same thing under the Lightning dock but take note of cables running underneath it so you don't tear them.

Keep working your way around the bottom until you get to the part under the loud speaker assembly. You should now be able to slide the loud speaker assembly out from underneath the logic board.
Now focus on removing the rest of the Lightning dock cable from the back of the rear casing, again being mindful of the logic board's position.
Before beginning to replace the dock assembly, take note of the four silver rings that sit around the screw threads in the back casing. The best place to start replacing the dock connector assembly is with the Lightning dock itself. If you have a 4S or previous version, all it takes is one drop and the back glass is shattered (unless you're incredibly lucky).
If your top glass is broken, your touch function is unresponsive, or you have no image display, then you need this part to replace your iPhone 5c screen. Blank and white screens are usually a sign of the internal software not wanting accept the new parts.
If there is no back light in addition to no display, your new LCD is not plugged in correctly. Open your device again, and make certain there is no residual glass from your original broken screen. If you're within your warranty period, just head to your local Apple Store to swap your device for a new one. So in order to replace the headphone jack, you'll be replacing the actual Lightning dock as a whole. If you're in the United States or Canada, we highly recommend checking out eTech Parts as we've had lots of good experiences with them and know their customer service is out of this world.
Take care not to pull the entire screen off as the top of the screen is still attached by several cables. This method gives you enough clearance to stick your spudger tool underneath and release the screen. I use the iSesamo opening tool for battery removal because it's pliable and that means it's more delicate.
You can also pry up the round connector cable which is found a little further down on the logic board and is pictured below.
Just take care not to rip any cables or wires that may still be hanging on by bits of glue and adhesive.
Take care to pay attention to the orientation of the contact point so you know you're putting it on correctly.
For instance, the mic has a gasket over it that you'll need to pull off of the old dock connector and place on the new one. Since it's in the center, it makes for a nice way to assure everything is lined up perfectly. Again, be very mindful of the logic board and be sure not to nick it or break it while sliding the cable and loud speaker corner underneath it.

Replacing it yourself is pretty simple and cheap, but if you're not into DIY repairs, here's an easy alternative solution, as long as you have a white device.
This screen comes with both your top digitizer and your lower LCD fused together for easy assembly. A soft reset will clear your device of any temporary data that is blocking your new part from working. However, if your warranty has expired and you aren't ready for a new iPhone yet, we can help you DIY repair the headphone jack for a fraction of the cost. This means if you're experiencing any other issues such as finicky charging, those issues will be resolved as well.
As a side note, you can only see two of the cables (as marked in the photo below) as the third is underneath. I recommend this method if your hands aren't as steady or you're afraid you may pull too hard and damage a cable. You may use the flat end of a spudger tool if you'd like but I've found them to break off rather easily.
Use your spudger tool to separate the speaker from the dock at the point shown in the photo below. If they have gotten shuffled about, carefully place them back around the four screw threads before continuing. Go ahead and use your #000 Phillips screwdriver to replace three of the screws that hold the Lightning dock in place .
This version of the iPhone 5C screen does not include any additional components such as home button assembly, front camera or ear speaker. Blocking can also happen if either your digitizer cable, or your motherboard plug have missing or bent pins. The heat from a constant charge can cause the crystals inside your device to move back into place.
If you're experiencing crackling audio, no audio at all when headphones are plugged in, or if something's stuck in the headphone jack, this guide is for you. Now slowly move your tool around the left side of the battery and gently pry upwards a little at a time. Don't replace the bottom right screw just yet as you'll need to secure the bracket on the dock underneath it once you've laid down the rest of the dock. Follow along and we'll not only walk you through the repair step by step, but link you to all the parts and tools you need as well! Only thing is, this wouldn't work for those of you with black iPhones, since the color would not show very well.

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