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iPhone Repairs: 5 of the Most Common Problems

While many believe a cracked-screen or damaged component means the end of their beloved smartphone, there are always ways to recover, repair, and resurrect an Apple device, especially when you’ve got the likes of Mobitronics around! We’re going to take a look at some of the most common fixes to smartphone and iDevice blunders that can give your possessions a second-chance!

iPhone screen repairs

As you could imagine, the most popular (or unpopular, depending on where you’re standing) misfortunes to Apple devices are broken screens on iPhones. While manufacturers are doing their utmost best to make the screens scratch, dirt, and shock resistance, there’s something that’ll almost always win the war: gravity. Cracked screens can happen to anyone at any time, which means that screen repairs are often needed to remedy that display resembling something Spider-Man would leave at a crime-scene.

iPhone battery

While we can do a handful of tricks and shortcuts to help them last longer, there is a finite lifespan to smartphone batteries. The more and more we use our smartphones on a daily basis, the more likely that the inevitable day will come when our batteries throw in the towel. Batteries can’t be ‘fixed’, but thankfully, a battery replacement is a quick and largely affordable affair, which will help get your device back in the game in no time.

Charging port

There’s no surprise that the incessant plugging in and out of a charging cable into your smartphone can cause some deterioration at some point. The connections and contacts in the charging area of an iPhone are admittedly sensitive, so charging problems can be the result of these contacts being obstructed or damaged. Thankfully, you’ll be glad to know that most charging port repairs are quick and simple processes.

iPhone digitiser

The iPhone’s digitiser (the glass which covers the LCD display and converts your analogue touches to digital signals) often cracks due to bending, drops, or sheer wear and tear, but don’t beat yourself up about it – it’s a relatively common problem. Digitisers can be replaced fairly easily and while they may carry a cost due to the advancement in digitiser technology, it’s a small price to pay to save a smartphone.

And of course, if any of your Apple devices have had a quick meeting with the gravity or just need a little TLC, get in touch with Mobitronics!

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