Apple iPhone Repair

We can fix your broken or malfunctioning iPhone

The iPhone is one of the sleekest, coolest pieces of technology of all time. We constantly use our iPhones to interact with the world around us. It wakes you up in the morning, notifies you of an important email, allows you to take amazing photos, lets you share them with the world and also make you more productive with applications.

Because we use it so much, there are a lot of wear and tear which could ultimately result in it breaking. If you need to get your iPhone repaired, we can help! We fix iPhone screens, replace batteries and change out malfunctioning home buttons. We have outlined some of the most common things that cause excess iPhone wear and tear.

  • Overcharging your iPhone

    • Your phone isn’t designed to be plugged into the charger at all times of the day. It may seem convenient to leave it plugged in overnight so it’s charged in the morning but it’s not. If you do this too much, it will wear the battery out and you’ll have to get it repaired or replaced.
  • Launching too many apps on your iPhone

    • A lot of us launch too many applications subconsciously. These phones are more powerful than ever before and can handle multi-tasking with ease. What starts to cause problems is forgetting to close them. This will drain and wear out the battery.
  • Never Powering Off your iPhone

    • Your phone battery needs a hard reset every once in a while. The best way to do this is to let the battery drain completely without charging it. In between full battery drains, you should also power your phone off and give it a breather.
  • Exposing your iPhone to Hot and Cold

    • While the iPhone design makes it resilient to a wide range of temperatures, it doesn’t mean you should willingly expose it to these situations. Extreme weather conditions, such as excess heat and/or cold, can cause internal wear and tear. Another situation that can be easily avoided is showering with your iPhone nearby. Excess steam can get into the design and short-circuit hardware.

If you have any questions or need help troubleshooting your iPhone issues, contact us for a complimentary consultation.

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