Today I've started my custom iPhone 6s 128GB build out of new parts. Only the motherboard was used. I came to the part where I had to screw the bracket for holding the power button in place. When screwing the bracket in I realised a very important part of the button. A good working button requires the power button itself, metal spacer and a metal ring what goes into the button. The work of the metal ring is for getting the button pushed back when clicked in.

The problem now is I forgot to order the metal rings for my upper buttons.. I am searching everywhere online, but cannot find anything at all. Does anyone know where I can get those metal rings (NOT METAL SPACERS!!).

Picture: http://www.t-shirtlicious.com/3574-18661-thickbox/apple-iphone-6-plus-silver-power-volume-button-with-spacer-original-new.jpg

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You can get the set of buttons, with the "ring" you requested for less than a dollar from UnionRepair, among many other suppliers. I linked the silver ones but they have all the colours. Also note that you will also need to order the 1mm metal contacts in order for the button to properly actuate the switch on the flex.

  • I know what you mean, but I said no metal spacers. I am talking about the metal thing what goes inside the button from the left and right side. I have an image: t-shirtlicious.com/3574-18661-thickbox/…
    – Roberto
    Oct 9, 2017 at 16:13
  • That ring comes with the buttons, at least it should. I've updated the answer with a proper link. The picture would have helped when you asked the question.
    – Minho
    Oct 9, 2017 at 16:56

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