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I bet apple is going to use lasers now😉But they would still charge $600.
Maybe they did lol
They already do that in Florida
No now 800
+500 because it's an iphoen
I like how he put "not clickbait" in the title like he's ever clickbaited us before.
@Melka Debele that's not at all what I thought...
Is like when a liar says '' trust in me' liar always say that.
انا ☝️ @AYo random
its for the new people that never watch him
Just lazer crack güle deplase the new glass wait 1 dY and phone iş ready
Next thing you know, they'll put a mirror there to fight against the laser machine. Or trigger the self destruction sequence lol
Yeah, to protect the user I'll bet.
I would not put this pass Apple, they reminds of Mom in Futurama
This is the first time I am watching him saving the life of a phone instead of destroying it 😅
Its interesting that the broken glass does not scatter the laser, and fry more than just the adhesive. Modern laser tech is totally fascinating, and incredible.
When you don’t own a iPhone or laser yet the video is still great to watch
@Tjay shizo moment
LMAOO i watched this on my $200 xiaomi
@Tjay because murder and theft don't make up 99% of the crime while apple and android makeup 99% of phones not exactly a fair comparison
@Coldz and why not?
@Tjay your comparison makes no sense
Wow, I expected the laser machine to cost waaaay more than 2k
@Lachlan Baker those "slaves" are living in a better way than u atm and soon surpassed. make sure u got enough milk powder and toilet paper...
@Lachlan Baker Black people
Anything can be cheap when it’s built by slaves
If anyone want to do this make sure you block the camera with something as a precaution. The laser can mess it up if it accidentally get shot into it.
Hey, great videos man. I wanted to know if you would recommend getting a 6W laser machine or a 20W laser machine. Or is there no difference if using it specifically for back glass repairs?
well, if you use laser again after you remove the old glass, you could remove the apple glue as well. so your new adhesive will be more durable.
I trust this man when he says “not clickbait”
@Yt User F you
How to notice a clickbait video:1. All Caps title2. Edited thumbnail3. Loud speaking4. Realistic editing in the video5. The uploader acting like he's in a kids show.
@Yt User Dumbass. Title is "Easiest iPhone glass fix - with lasers". How come lasers fix the glass? Hahaha! dumbass
Really like the way you explained everything so well
Repairability of a device should be measured and clearly mentioned on the box itself. More repairable devices should be given some incentives for being eco friendly, as one can use the device for longer period. There should be heavy tax on less or non repairable devices and also fines for companies who intentionally make devices difficult to repair.Save precious natural resources, save the planet.
“Apple is going to hate me” like ordinary people own a NASA laser machine at home 😂😂
@Vindicate that's good!
@Anon ymous they've had those since the first phone with a back glass panel
Obv not practical for one fix for a diy job. But repair places could definitely own this, Make there money back in say 5 or 10 fixes.
Actually this this is pretty cheap. only 1400$
Can you talk about the eye protection when you use this machine? The reason why I asked it is because you can get permanently blind in split second if you get flashed by laser .
Plot twist:Apple uses the same technology to fix the broken glass and charges $600 just to seem sophisticated
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@R R obviously jokes on you for believing the internet once again vs. the rest of us in reality land. You know, the place where stuff "actually" happens instead of manipulating trivial facts and reporting them as "it's the truth"
abc def Jokes on you, iPhones are among the easiest to repair in smartphones. Go watch iFixit or something. iPhone 11 Pro Max has a repeatability of 6 while Galaxy S20 Ultra has 3. Similar thing applies to many other android phones because they open through the back and iPhones open through the front. Go check you facts before posting comments.
@Kork Just kork too much time and energy. Just take aim and put hole through it with your favorite firearm and then you can put a hook through it and decorate your Christmas tree. There's a joke that runs through the IT community that says "why don't they write viruses for Apple products. Because why screw up something that is already messed up.
I think apple should go without glass back & wireless charging at least for the mini series, could drop the price & even make more people buy it
Bent metal frame (if your rear glass is shattered, the frame is probably also unnoticeably bent) is a risk to the display and the rear glass, as it may crack either of these under a very slight pressure applied, if it fits badly around the glass
Inaccurate and not always true . Apple just repaired my iPhone 12 back glass and the frame was not bent
I thought that the laser was going to disintegrate the actual glass off of the phone. I wonder if that's possible though. It would make it even easier.
Wow! Wish I had a laser. Or at least knew where I can send my phone to have this done. Great video!
Dude: "So Apple is gonna hate me for making this video."Apple: "We've never liked you!"
They’ve never liked anyone ...
@Rano Pathano they do since he buys every new phone (they dont care what je does with it
Everyone: hello AppleApple : hello I like moneyEveryone : what is the reason the glass repair on your phones are so expensiveApple: money
BIG BRAIN 🧠
I can't belive jack_* liked this*_
Perhaps I'm the only one thinking about this but can you do a video on how to convert a glued battery cover into a detachable battery lid to make servicing your electronics a lot more easier and less prone to failure?
These can do alot more than just remove back glass. We use ours for laser etching also.
I work at a CPR Cell Phone Repair and we have one of these. Can confirm they are really cool, taking off the backglass however is definitely not
Those "sensitive bits" at the bottom are the antennas for LTE, Wifi, GPS, Bluetooth - pretty essential bits
Apple in 2020: Now we need to make laser resistant glass😂
So that they can cost you more
I think they use the same method to remove the glass
@Luedog loved my old s7, unfortunately i got a small crack from a pretty ruthless drop which spread into utter phone death quite quickly. If I hadn't got that initial crack the phone likely would've lasted me at least another year.
Apple: We need a phone that’s JerryRigEverything proof!Jerry: Hold my Laser!
How much do you charge for repairing the glass on the back of the iphone ?
Is there a dual use for one of these machines?I don't get very many people asking for back glass repair (only once a month), but I know they would if I offered this service. The only question is, what other use does this laser machine have around a repair shop?
Oh that hurt me lol a good tip to anyone replacing a shattered glass screen is to put packing tape over it to keep the glass together and a heat gun would be good for the still adhered parts just don't overheat it. Good luck my fellow repairers
The repair kits come with super thin wire to separate the two
“Apple, if you’re watching, you can buy one of these yourself." Apple: Proceeds trying to ban this laser machine.That's how it works right?
@Anonymous and if you like to be technically accurate - it is not a glass. It's some kind of glassy plastic, or "fiber glass" - depends on manufacturer and model.
@Anonymous most smartphones with glass back are made of plastic, and just melt down while burning the adhesive. But, most of them don't have such hard adhesive, and their glass covers are easily separated by heating up to 75-85 degrees of celsium.
@tigro sabertooth that's why i mentioned "glass back" you smartass.🙄
@Anonymous most of the phones are made of plastic. It would just melt down while burning the adhesive.
I repaired mine (X) buying a full assembly taken from an original phone including the battery and small parts for less than CA$100 and swapped the screen and motherboard instead of paying $80 to a shop with this laser device to do it. The replacement part had a better battery than mine, no water damage to the charging port (I went in the water with it on a trip in Mexico) + I feel pretty confident about the water resistance of my job even thought I haven’t tested it. Seems like a much better avenue for the DIY folks.
Hola, en 2021 que modelo de maquina láser recomiendas ?? supongo que en 2 años habrá evolucionado mucho este tipo de maquinas. Gracias por la ayuda desde España
Im rocking a iphone 8 plus I bought from my mom once she upgraded to 10, one time broke the screen/backglass from a nasty 2 story fall, managed to repair it to almost new condition with refurbished parts myself, did several battery replacement over the years, did a jailbreak and stopped updates, I gotta tell, 5 years later, still using it rock solid.
I just removed one of those this afternoon with no laser, just a cutter, some flying glass to the eyes, two fucked up hands and several hours later i finally did it, the best worthed $20 work ever.Recomendation: Don't do it guys.
He literally just gave so many people a business opportunity 🙌🏼
@Ismail I know. I can read. It doesn't matter, Kosovo is still Serbia
@Nemanja Savic He Said he lives in The US not His Uncle
heck yeah !
@Nigiri Sushi mmm look at it like this, machine costs $2000, glass itself costs $20. Let's say we make each repair cost $40, still cheaper than Apple warranty. It would take 100 repairs to break even. Imo for a business owner, it seems like a good investment.
Moment of silence for people that tried to fix the glass with a normal laser at home
Great and interesting video as usual thanks
Clear adhesive tape would have helped you peel off that glass without the shards flying off all over the table.
Wouldnt running the lazer in a X pattern (two passes different directions) help with the broken parts and getting the glue burned? Or would it hurt the phone?
Knowing Apple, they'll take a look at this machine and make the glass back in future iPhones opaque just enough that it doesn't let the laser pass through.
Seems like they decided to nuke their profit margins, and make it easier, just to stop this laser shenanigans.
Nah they just put tiny gaps in the frame of the phone exposing flex cables or essential parts of the motherboard so that your laser will slice through something by accident if your alignment is slightly off
Next back glas from apple has a serial , which is bound to the phone. You only can swarp it out when you buy a " fix yourselve " pass code, for 19.99 which is shipped for free over email or buy the original at apple for 521.
@Thomas Rosebrough thank the dumbasses who still buy into their shit because they think the brand Apple means is good and do no wrongme...im gonna keep laughing at those idiots because they are DUMB,those times when they were trolled into dunking their phones in water,drilling,bending and microwaving iPhones are proof enough for me 😂
@Pod the Charizard They replace the whole frame and just swap the motherboard. The part is $10 more expensive and theyre charging $600 anyway so they don't care.
Thanks for sharing this info Johnny Sinz, I love your tech videos.
I love technology and it's nice you shared this video it's ridiculous for the price on Apple charges
As an apple employee and supervisor I don’t advise this, the camera could get seriously damaged and the magnetic coil could get destroyed. Also Jerry, this IS illegal, 3rd party repairs such as replacement of glass violates Subparagraph of the Terms of service 1384: “3rd party Replacement of any of the apple hardware will lead to suspension or eradication of the user’s Apple ID for it is illegal”. Be careful and as always, like and subscribe. Cause I’m kidding.
What settings did you use for the fiber laser?
Zach: so apple is gonna hate me for making this video...Every other phone brand: I love this guy!
Olivia's Wilderness man I can’t imagine the lag you have😩
Watching this on the S7 Edge
@Alpha Royal :(
Tyler Cai I dont think samsung for example is any better with replacing stuff than apple, maybe cheaper but their phones are not replace friendly, looking at the battery the whole screen with glass you have to change just to make the phone work again
xiaomi: you are accepteddigma: pls buy our companyinoi: he is god
Not a clickbait, but hardly a secret. Even here in Brazil, this laser repair is commonplace.
They should’ve used acrylic instead of glass since it more durable and looks similar to glass
Wonderful and thanks for the education.
Just a quick FYI, the S in laser stands for stimulated not simulated. Awesome video as always.
At Apple's office: Now, we need to redesign the back glass
Apple has entered the chat:
@Jun or the more satanistic approach: Mirror finish inside the glass panel, so the laser would be reflected.
Apples gonna make a mirror back
They'll probably use a reflective coating on the back glass, it just reflects the laser back instead of letting it through, and call it revolutionary mirror power or some bullshit.
I have no idea why I watched this whole video, but it was so satisfying... his voice is so soothing and his explaining is great, loved it even tho I dont even own an iphone
I dont know why but I still am awestruck by that laser machine....:-0
This is so Cool. I wish I could toy with this sort of stuff
That's a nice idea for a business actually. Wondering how much does that laser cost.
ahh yes my favourite home repair and to think my laser machine was just sitting on my shelf collecting dust
@Donnie Azoff Hilarious 🙄
Lol, the replies are just as good as the original.😂
I'd like to make a long comment, but I'm busy using my laser machine right now.
That’s soo cool I am still replacing them without laser🙈
I'd love to save money however I think that laser machine might set me back a few life times
Great video, thank you!
So once you remove back glass can you repair front glass ?
Breh. Why did I think this laser was going to fuse the glass back together?!?
then you need temperatures above 1000 degree Celsius to melt the glass, and the phone probably would explode.
glass is an amorphous solid, so it would theoretically be possibile major downside thoe the tempratures and forces typically required would likely destroy the internals of ur phone beyond repair
I trust jerry he never clickbaits and this video especially proves my point
I feel like the laser machine is gonna cost more than just sending it to Apple to be fixed.
is there a test on a perfect phone? still helpful for people that want to repair battery damage etc.
"So Apple is going to hate me for making this video"Apple: We hate everyone.
@X Æ A-Xii yes. But apple gives up on old iPhones that’s the problem. Why cut the updates on iPhone for like nooobs. What if I was to love iPhone 4 more than any iPhone. By cutting the updates they force me to buy a new phone. But maybe I don’t have the money and I just happen to simply love iPhone 4. Maybe it’s perfect for me. Maybe I don’t want to move forwards so fast with life. See my point?! I have iPhone also but it’s newish. But what about my parents!! They don’t like iPhones above x because they use Face ID my parents don’t understand that shit. They 70 years old. They still love the home buttons. Also they are very poor can’t afford new or newish iPhones. See where I am getting at. Most of the world are poor. That’s the truth. And that’s the problem with apple. They need to start covering all planet. I know iPhones are better than Samsung. But Samsung makes sure to cover all world that’s why it wins so many people. Of course you’ll never see a millionaire with a stupid android. Loool but like I said most are poor so the higher number will always go to Samsung. Unless apple opens their eyes to the world 🌍
Still is: Copy 'n paste
@PurblePink8678 actually apple don’t suck. Apple prices and limits do suck very much. The idea is great but the bullshit is too much headache because they use the lie of oh but it’s something perfect. As a creation it is. But it’s so expensive it turns humans into slave just to buy a home button for a iPhone 1 😅
Yea @Apple sucke
@bUbBlEs you actually do, check your vids
Thank you T Verhoeven for the correction. There has been no price drop in this technology. The following was inaccurate: 20 months later the laser Separator is now ~$140. So it's dropped 12% per MONTH ($2000*.88^20=$155), Jerry's assessment of the price drop was quite accurate.
Respect for correcting yourself. I try to do that myself. Lol
@T Verhoeven you are 100% correct, thanks for the correction.
I think you misunderstand the link, the $140 is a deposit, you pay 140 up front, and when it’s produced you pay another 1260.
Apple: We don't want to repair the back for a cheap priceJerry: Fine, I'll do it myself
before working with any glass!!!! wear safety glasses!!!!. very tiny 3 shards went into my right eye some years back, while I was working with something else. my eye turned red like cherry immediately, had to go to hospital in emergency. doctor said you are right on time. otherwise we would had to take out eye to get the shards if they would went behind the eye ball.
I felt like you were flicking loads of glass bits in my eyes 😂👌🏽
Apple: Its takes a serious effort to replace the back glass panel.Jerry: Hold my Lasers.
No wonder you are such a surprised pikachu
@FishFlop :0 Sup bro
By the way, he's name is Zack :)
@-AEMAN- the commenter
i think we should remove the logic board before removing the glass with laser
Where do you get the back glass?
This was awesome. Please do it on a non cracked glass for my OCD
Is it possible to remove without a laser? Just as a DIY project?
Plot twist: Apple has been using lasers this whole time yet charge 600 bucks
@nikos koutsi ???????????'
@InfernoDragon sorry that i dont speak good English im not born in us or uk i dont speak English on regular base
@joe bloggs cry
@Initrox What kind of person are you wishing ill on another? I think you have just shown the whole web world what kind of person you are which is more than an idiot! Typical of a keyboard warrior Android fanboy!
@Initrox See you did it again that same small closed minded attitude! Idiot!
You should point out that it has to be a fiber laser and not a co2 laser on account of the co2 laser will just burn the glass.
LASER stands for "Light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation". Not simulated.
What about removing the breakable frontglass as non-repairable
Wait... that machine is only $2K? I was expecting at least $10K. How well is it built?
I trust this man cuz he looks like mr clean
Yes. I trust him also. Will buy machine asap, eventhough i dont need it !!!
Although looks can be deceiving.
U mean Jhonny sins 🤣🤣😆
Something very important that either I missed or was not mentioned was repair cost using laser by you.
I bought a used one thinking it was for engraving only, but it didnt come with the software. Do you know of where I can get SeaCAD? I tried emailing Rewa but I received an automated message that their inbox was full. Hope you can help, thanks
The phone looked bent to me after he put the new black glass on the back. Did anyone else notice that? It looks warped.
That hardware is straight up sexy. The precision and speed of the beam(s) are mesmerizing.So when is the teardown? :P
When someone says it’s not clickbait Jerry you’re the only one I’ll trust
@Jake Ryan Yeah but it's still kind of obvious we don't have that technology yet.
X Ravenger his name is Zach
The Beat Channel it’s pretty clear what MP-Tuners Productions was expecting
@MP-Tuners Group what did you expect?
MP-Tuners Productions how is that even possible though
"Im not a professsional" You are the best phone repairer.
The real solution: don't buy phones with a low repairability index (like iphones for example) until apple make their products easy and cheap to repair. The more people keep buying their stuff, the more they will keep making them hard and expensive to repair
Interesting video!! I applaud your practice and efforts!! On a side note... As an Apple user I am becoming more and more fed up with their move from user centered and on the user side to the capitalistic centered and on the side of money strategy. Think of the was of materials they have become resposible for. Such a shame. In the earlier days, you would buy an Apple for a considerable part of your life...and now? Now we start repairing (I applaud that too!!) and debrand their products, how can that be Apple's strategy as they always wanted to love their products and the brand??
That's freaking awesome. I don't buy iJunk so thankfully I don't have that problem.
Jerry: *fixes the glass in 20$*Apple: wait that's illegal
Mr. Heisenberg you should say that’s legal but that is also illegal
Apple: also fixes the glass but not for 20$ only for 600$
@Mr. Heisenberg mashine is bout 20k
I though like apple threat independent repair
I got my phone repaired like this 2 days ago, and the sim card reader stopped working an hour later.
The only advice I'll give is thatWhenever you buy a new phone just get a protective back cover and a tempered glass on the screen.That's it. No repairing problem 😂
Can you use this to fix the screen on an iPad Pro 2018 11 in.? My iPad screen spin broken since July and I was hoping to get it fixed by January, it’s just that we are too poor to afford it.Edit: where do you get your pry tools
"we wanna make sure most of the overflow goo is gone""it's easier to clean up when it's wet"
Apple: we have a unrepairable phone Jerry: hold my beer ..Apple: crap..
@Richard Clark I know sorry I said "Jerry" because of his YT channel I forgot his name at the moment I posted tmy comment xD.. Thanks
Hold my shit not beer.
Jerry: The names Zack
What is the problem to remove glass with heating?
That's criminal to charge 600$ especially after they charge so much in the first place
I love your content amigo, on my last climbing 🧗♂️trim my iPhone 8+ fell and broke both screen 😞. Can you fixed it please, I’m from SLC, Utah.New phone are too expensive for my right now.
Jerry, does this work on the front as well; I mean the eastern?