First, you need to remove the two screws on the bottom of your iPhone. They are located on the same side as your charging port and headphone jack. Use a #00 Phillips screwdriver in order to remove these two screws.
Next, you want to use your #00 Phillips screwdriver in order to remove the two screws from the top-left corner of your iPhone 6. These screws are located near where you hold your iPhone when using it one handed.
Next, use your #00 Phillips screwdriver for the next step in this process: removing the two screws near where your camera is located on the back of your iPhone 6. These screws are located at either end of your device and they are smaller than those removed earlier in this process.
Finally, you will be able to remove the small metal plate that covers up the battery inside of your iPhone 6 by using a spudger tool or other similar tool that can be used for prying purposes. The metal plate should pop off easily once you have used a spudger tool or other similar tool in order to pry it off gently from underneath it.
Last modified: September 20, 2022