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The first model of iPhone, Model A1203 with 4, 8, or 16 GB capacity and an aluminum back. Repair requires a significant amount of prying, and may require some soldering.

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Sourcing parts from ten years ago

I need a display for an iPhone 1. eBay and Google bring me results for newer phones. Any ideas? I know it's super difficult to find these nowadays, and how they're worth a lot

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Is this what you're looking for?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Apple-iPhone-2G-...

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Yes! Smiley face! A bunch of thank yous!!!!!

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I've been interested in learning how to handle these older devices safely... I've heard they're fairly toxic inside. Do you know what kind of steps are required to go about a repair safely?

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Well you could follow this guide

iPhone 1st Generation Display Assembly Replacement

What do you mean by toxic?

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And that only has iPhone 3/3GS

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I've read that phones, especially older ones, have components that are dipped in chemicals for one reason or another which are toxic. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/a...

This article shows some of those chemicals.

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