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Where does this part come from?


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Hi,

Please can you teel me where does this part comes from (IPhone 4s)?




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Go to iFixit: The free repair manual and look up the breakdown for the iPhone 4s.
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Looks like a shield for the logic board or possibly a grounding clip, check on the ifixit guide for the iPhone 4S.
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A picture please, I didn't success to find where it is.
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