As part of its ongoing partnership with Google, iFixit now offers genuine repair parts for the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro following the release of the Pixel 6a in November.
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iFixit now offers the Google Pixel 7 Screen Genuine (6.3-inch, 1080 x 2400 AMOLED) for $129.99, starting with the smaller phone. The 4,270 mAh battery costs $42.99, and iFixit recommends “charging it to 100%. And keeping charging it for at least 2 more hours” to calibrate your newly installed battery. After that, make use of your device until its battery runs out. Finally, charge it continuously to 100 percent.
The wide rear camera, which costs $89.99, and the ultrawide rear camera, which costs $49.99, are sold separately. However, the store sells three additional Pixel 7 parts for $3.99, a black silicone pad that covers the graphite sheet. Display adhesive, and the lower portion of the battery and motherboard that is covered by the graphite sheet.
Moving on to the most expensive model, the Pixel 7 Pro features a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with an Integrated Fingerprint Reader for $199.99. The 4,926 mAh battery costs $42.99, and the triple rear camera assembly in its entirety costs $152.99.
The remaining two sections cost $3.99 each:
- In a Google Pixel 7 Pro smartphone, replace a ripped or missing graphite sheet that covers the upper part of the battery and motherboard.
- A Google Pixel 7 Pro smartphone’s display panel is held in place by this adhesive film that has been cut specifically for it.
Lastly, there is an email waitlist for some Pixel 7 repair parts that are already out of stock.
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