iPod Touch Generations have long been more difficult to repair due to the nature of how it’s assembled for many technicians. From connectors being located on back of the logic board making accessibility difficult; to ribbon cables being soldered to logic boards as opposed to using surface mount connectors.
In any case the need to understand how to repair the most common repair on these devices (Broken Glass) is very valuable in regards to servicing this repair. Not knowing or understanding the proper approach to removing the full assembly of an iPod Touch 5th generation could serve costly to you and your business if done incorrectly.
In this weeks “Repair Of The Month” Cellular Repair School focuses on helping you understand how to properly remove and replace the full assembly on an iPod Touch 5th generation device.
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