Repair guides for iPhone (1st generation)

You'll find on this page all guides enabling you to fix your 1st generation iPhone.
Our 1st generation iPhone guides come with pictures and comments, step by step so you can easily do the repair.
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Guides and how-to for iPhone (1st generation) repair

iPhone (1st generation) repair

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To fix your broken iPhone, you can call the after-sale service but usually breakage isn't part of the insurance unless you pay for it. So you can still repair it yourself !

Thanks to our repair guides for iPhone Edge, fixing your iPhone will become a piece of cake for you!

Careful : you will probably have to reset your iPhone after a repair, so don't forget to back up your data on iTunes before fixing it!

iPhone (1st generation) presentation

When it came out on June 27th, the 1st generation iPhone revolutionized the smartphone market in the whole world and will be called the "invention of the year 2007" by the Time.

This first version of iPhone did not have the 3G it only offered web browsing via Edge. This iPhone was available in 4 or 8 GB and only in black. The white versions only came later on the other generations. The rear case was mostly made out of aluminium and the the bottom part, black plastic.

Concerning the repairs, the 1st generation iPhone is rather simple. You can open the iPhone on the back by removing the bottom plastic part, enabling you to replace the battery or the camera easily. Replacing the front face is more complicated, the iPhone has to be almost disassembled in its entirety to replace the screen.

Identification iPhone (1st generation)

The easiest way to identify a 1st generation iPhone is to look for the model number located on the rear case of the iPhone. The model number of the iPhone is :

  • A1203

To know its storage capacity, you have to look on the rear case, right underneath the iPhone logo.

If you can't find that number model, here's how you can identify your iPhone :

  • The rear case is made out of aluminium and the bottom part is plastic.
  • SIM card is on the right side of the iPhone.
  • The serial number of the iPhone is engraved on the rear case.

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