You wouldn’t believe how easy it is to break your favourite Apple product, but you could be the victim of one simple drop and you’re left with a damaged device.
If you are facing issues that are persistent, then it may be time for you to put your iPhone in for repair. Putting it into repair rather than buying a brand new one will save you much more money. A brand new iPhone is worth around £500, where a repair is under £100. Click here.
Low cost repairs
If you can’t get to them on the day you need, there is no need to fret as they have a 24 hour mail in repair service. They aim to repair and send your iPhone back to you as soon as possible.
- Broken glass
- Battery replacement
- LCD replacement
- Power/lock button replacement
- Water damage
- Charging faults
Solutions to smaller problems
Other smaller issues may persist from your iPhone which can be frustrating. One of the most common issues with these phones is frozen screens. See our favourite Apple products.
If you too are experiencing a frozen screen, check the hold switch and ensure that it is turned off. If the switch is toggled on, the iPhone won’t accept any input or actions that you do. As simple as it may sound, it is something that happens often.
If this isn’t the problem then try to reset your phone. This will restart the operating system and is one of the most efficient ways of getting your device to work again.