iPhone Repair Tips Everyone Should Know About

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With every new iPhone that is released, Apple makes it more difficult for users to get them repaired from someone other than Apple itself. This is company’s way of ensuring that nothing goes out of the hand, and well, the repairs are performed to the highest standard. This is a lot similar to how when Rolex services a watch, they remove a lot of the old parts and keep it with them and install new parts so the parts do not go to third-party suppliers.

The reason here is simple, Apple and Rolex are both brands with not only prestige but massive brand equity, as well. Giving them the ability and the status to handle things their way. Now, the good news here is that there have been some really, really good repair services that you can opt for and they will fix your iPhone like it is no one’s problem.

If you are wondering how much will an iPhone repair set you back, this depends on the issue you are facing but, in most cases, you are looking at spending more than a $100 and that is just the starting point. Still, we have some iPhone repair tips for you that you should really know about. 

Always Choose an Authorized Place or a Place With Original Parts 

This is one thing that we have talked about time and again. If you really want your iPhone or any phone to be repaired, always choose an authorized place or at least a place that has original parts. Your iPhone will never be the same if you go for third-party parts as they might not be working with the software of the phone.

This means that most of the features might not be working at all, so you have to be really careful about that. Now, original parts are going to cost you a good amount of money and it is best that you opt for them. An alternative is looking at used original spare parts that have been salvaged from broken devices but are still fully functional. You can save a pretty penny, and you will also know that you are still using a properly built iPhone.

Don’t Forget to Back Your Data Up

One crucial step in the process of getting your laptop repaired is data backup. Something that is a very simple thing that we think about doing all the time but tend to overlook in most cases. I cannot really stress the importance of backups because again, without backing up your data, you might end up losing all of it during the repairing process.

iPhone users are lucky in this case since they have access to iCloud which can be a lifesaver but we would also suggest making a local backup just in case something goes wrong at the 11th hour. You can easily make the backup and hand your phone for repairing with the peace of mind that your data is in safe hands and there is nothing that will go wrong or out of place.

Get Estimates 

Like we have said before, iPhone repairs can be costly and that can create an issue for a lot of people. The way out of this is that you should start focusing on getting estimates. This will help you drastically as you can then compare the prices of various repair services and choose the one that is right for you. However, we also suggest that while you are doing that, you should also focus on asking about whether they are using original parts or not. As the use of original parts is something that we all want to confirm before we get our iPhones repaired.

Removing The Passwords or Handing Them Over 

It is obvious that when you are giving your phone for a repair, the technician who is repairing your phone will have access to it. This also means that if your device is password-protected, you will have to share the passwords with them and that can be a red flag for a lot of people and it is obvious since most of us store sensitive data on our phone.

Now, in this case, if the phone is functional, then you will have to remove your password. However, if your phone is not functional, then you have to give them the password so they can fix it first, and then access it to see if everything is working fine.

Now, in most countries, data protection laws ensure that if your data is misused, you can take actions. However, if you want to take an extra step, you can, instead of just backing up your device, back it up and perform a factory reset at the same time. This will ensure that all the data is removed from your phone and you can go ahead and hand over your device for repairs. This will give you a lot of peace of mind as you will know that your data is in safe hands.

Conclusion 

Giving your phone away for repairs is an overwhelming aspect that a lot of us have to deal with. Especially when you are not sure how long the repairing process is going to take and in such instances, finding the best repair service is the way to go. 

More often than not, finding the best repair service is only half the job. You have to be careful from your own side that you are doing everything you possibly can to ensure a smoother repair. The reason we have shared these tips with you is that they are great for ensuring that nothing really comes in the way of how your repair is going to go.

Rest assured, giving your phone away to a good repair service will solve half your worries, and you will be at ease knowing that your phone is going to come back better than it left you.

About Author

LaDonna Dennis

LaDonna Dennis is the founder and creator of Mom Blog Society. She wears many hats. She is a Homemaker*Blogger*Crafter*Reader*Pinner*Friend*Animal Lover* Former writer of Frost Illustrated and, Cancer...SURVIVOR! LaDonna is happily married to the love of her life, the mother of 3 grown children and "Grams" to 3 grandchildren. She adores animals and has four furbabies: Makia ( a German Shepherd, whose mission in life is to be her attached to her hip) and Hachie, (an OCD Alaskan Malamute, and Akia (An Alaskan Malamute) who is just sweet as can be. And Sassy, a four-month-old German Shepherd who has quickly stolen her heart and become the most precious fur baby of all times. Aside from the humans in her life, LaDonna's fur babies are her world.

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1 month ago

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Priya Singh
1 month ago

I found your post interesting to read. I was impressed how well you express your thoughts.I cant wait to see your post soon. This article is really very interesting and effective. Good Luck with the upcoming update.

Your blog is filled with unique good articles!

Thanks & Regards!
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1 month ago

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