How we replace the Back Glass
Here in our Queenstown workshop, we operate a specialised laser machine that cuts through the glue holding the glass to the frame of the phone. The machine cuts to a template, specific to the model of the phone. The precise template is important, as it prevents damage to any of the sensitive cables or components such as the wireless charging coil, which is attached directly to the rear glass of the phone.
The remaining broken glass is then carefully and gently seperated from the frame of the phone, ribbon cables and other components.
The new back glass is then installed and glued in place. After the glue cures, the back of your phone will look like new and is ready to go!
Note: The removal and installation process usually takes approximately 3 hours.