Hey everybody, today we have an iPhone XR with a broken back glass that we will remove with a laser cutter. We brought it to the laser cutter and placed it under an “autofocus” which measures the pressure of the glass so the laser can focus better, after that, I set it in the middle and went to the software that controls the laser cutter. In the software, I went through all of the templates they have and went to the iPhone XR template which they had one that was more precise and another that was the full-back, at first we ran the full-back and after that, we ran the more precise one. After the first pass, I started taking the glass off, protecting myself by wearing gloves. I started prying the glass with a metal pry tool, being very careful with the middle area where the wireless charger is I took off the glass around it. The area with the camera and the flash glass I had to be careful not to damage it since it comes as part of the housing. After that was done, I cleaned it up with a brush and placed it back on the laser so it can clean more of the back. After it got off the back was looking much cleaner so I brushed it up to take out the dust that built up, after that, I glued on the new backglass and attached the screen back on. The phone was complete and with no cracks. And that’s what’s going on today at PC 911.