iPhone 11 Pro Max Repair Kit with Replacement LCD Screen + Tools + Video Guide


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This repair kit for the iPhone 11 Pro max includes everything you need to successfully repair your phone.  If you have a cracked screen, bad pixels, or no touch response, our repair kit is exactly what you need. Have your phone up and running again in about 1-2 hours with easy to follow repair video instructions and our specialized repair kit. Our affordable kit includes the Premium 6.5" LCD Assembly , frame adhesive and premium tools.  At the same time, it is a good idea to replace your old battery since your phone is allready open.   

Compatible with:

  • iPhone 11 Pro Max

Complete Screen Repair Kit:    

  • Brand New LCD Screen Assembly
  • included: front camera module bracket, custom cut frame adhesive
  • Premium tools:  Curved fine tip tweezers, nylon spudger,  (2) triangle pry tool, suction cup, SIM Card Ejection Tool, Microfiber Cloth,  (4) Screwdrivers: (Pentalobe, Phillips, Tri-point, and Flat head)


  • LCD Display Assembly for the iPhone 11 Pro Max
  • Screen Size: 6.5 inches
  • Resolution: 1242 x 2688 pixels
  • Wide Color Gamut (P3)
  • Fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating
  • Factory Tested
  • PLEASE NOTE: You will have to transfer the camera module to the new replacement screen

Display Technology Summary

What is 'Soft OLED'?

Soft OLEDs are produced on a flexible plastic subtrate and are not as susceptible to minor impacts like an LCD or HARD OLED.  Be forwarned, this does not mean the outer glass surface is any more protected, as all devices will break/scratch when dropped.  This technolgy is very similar to your phone's orginal screen.

What is 'Hard OLED'?

Hard OLEDs are produced on a rigid glass subtrate and are not as durable as the Soft version.  Furthermore,  due design limitations there may be a slightly thicker border on the top and bottom of the display.  This option is generally less expensive than the Soft version.

What is a 'LCD'?

LCDs have been around for a long time and are the least expensive option for a screen repair.  The downsides to using an LCD in place of an OLED is they tend to have thicker borders on the display when compared to the orginal screen.  An LCD may also draw more power since they have to include a backlight as part of the assembly.

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