Some flaws in repair guides plus nice idea
i recently repaired a broken screen on a iPod touch 4G and a ipad 3 wifi + cellular. As usual i reffered to the guides but i found some flaws.
1.)In the repair guide for the ipod touch you mention about using a heat gun. But not a single word about the temperature i should use, just that it should be set to "low". This is a little bit confusing because is the low on your heat gun the same temperature as on my heat gun. In a guide from another page they where talking about 130°C. Is "low" a 130°C?
2.) In Step 24 (second picture) of the repair guide for the iPad3 4G you see an iPad without cellular antennas on the next picture these antennas are shown. Another thing is, i should be carefull not to damage the WiFi antenna but in Step 19 when working in the area of the cellular antennas, no warning to be carefull there as well.
Its not a flaw but something that helped me a lot, was a Jelly Sticky Pad. If you place your device on this pad you have another free hand to work with as the workpiece wont slide away during open it.
And at last i was thinking about what i could use as iOpener and found a substitute, a simple flat iron does the job perfectly and does not need to be reheatet.
Is this a good question?