Monthly Archives: February 2021
February 23, 2021
One of the most asked questions on our YouTube channel is how to remove our Apple Watch UV tempered glass. So we recently put together a quick little video that demonstrates exactly that.
Many people are understandably hesitant to try and remove this type of screen protector, because of the strength of the bond. But it’s actually pretty straightforward, once you know how to do it. The main thing to remember is that you need to interrupt that bond between the adhesive and the screen glass. Once that is done in one spot, the rest of the adhesive is much easier to remove.
Take a look at the video below for the demonstration.
February 23, 2021
Severe weather is delaying shipments- but don't worry, we've got your back!
As you’re certainly aware, severe weather is making things difficult for people all across the country, and that includes our shipping carriers. Because of this, some shipments are arriving later than planned, depending on weather conditions or transport ability. If you’re located in any of the affected areas, or are far from the west coast, please select a higher shipping tier in order to reduce the chances of a late order.
That being said, we cannot guarantee that orders will arrive when expected, even at higher shipping tiers. Carriers are doing everything they can to reduce the chances of delays, and to help, we will refund shipping costs for any next-day-air orders that are delayed from their scheduled arrival. Terms and conditions apply and these refunds will only be available until mid-March, depending on weather. Maximum shipping refund is $100 per order.
February 12, 2021
We’ve added C11 and DTP classification to select 7P and 8P screens!
You may have noticed the new additions to our iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 8 Plus line-up. These are new AA and incell options labeled DTP (LG) and C11 (Toshiba). If you’re new to the iPhone repair industry, you may not have come across these codes yet. However, since 7 and 8 series repairs are more common than they used to be, it’s important to be aware of these codes in order to get the correct part for your repair.
What do these terms mean?
These codes are actually part of a longer set of serial numbers (typically the first 3 characters) printed on the back of OEM
February 08, 2021
Check out our latest YouTube video for a look at this great product!
Here at Maya Parts, our goal is to best serve our customers in any way that we can, and that often means going beyond just replacement parts. Recently, we started carrying a selection of QianLi Tools- a brand of quality, high-precision tools made just for the phone repair industry! Many of you are probably already familiar with their beautiful line of iThor screwdrivers, but maybe not with their more technical offerings.
One example is the iCopy Plus 2.1 Logic Programmer. This durable and compact device is a great tool for any iPhone repair technician. The iCopy duplicates and transfers data between original and replacement screens, vibration motors (aka Taptic Engines), and batteries. This allows technicians