Fixing your own iPhone isn’t impossible and in most cases, will save quite a bit of money. Whether you’ve busted your screen or have something stuck in a dock connector or headphone jack, we can help you fix it. Most of the users have either had a hardware problem with our own iPhone or have known someone who has. While taking your iPhone 6 to the Apple Store for a repair or replacement is always an option, so is fixing it yourself.
Shattered your iPhone 6 screen? We can help you replace it! It’s never a good day when you drop your iPhone and realise the screen has broken. The iPhone 6 is one of the easier iPhone repair when it comes to screen replacements.
Manchester phone repair have made this particular repair easier for iPhone 6 by offering screens that come with small parts already pre-installed. That means there’s nothing to transfer. Just replace the front assembly and you’re done, making this an easy repair, even for the beginners.
There are lots of parts suppliers out in the market, but not all of them are created equal. That’s why we recommend always using a supplier and repairer that specialise in iPhone 6 parts and offers a warranty on all replacements. We highly recommend Manchester phone repair whose customer service and part quality just can’t be matched. We offer repair services for all iPhone devices in the UK.
Before performing any repair on the iPhone 6 you should always remember to power it off. Simply hold down on the Power button until you see Slide to Power off. Once you’re sure after turning off, you can proceed to the next step.
In iPhone 6, there are two security screws that secure the screen to the frame and they sit on each side of the dock connector. Use security screwdriver to remove them. They are both the same size so it’s okay if you mix them up. It would be better if you look for an iPhone repair centre near your location.
Some iPhone 6 and 6 Plus users have found that their device’s display becomes unresponsive when using apps. The problem has been reported on the Apple forums many times including here and here, seems to be mostly on phones running iOS 9.3.1 and iOS 9.3.2 and has been known to occur multiple times in a single day.
Use the lock button to turn the screen off and on again. Hold down the on button and home buttons until you see the Apple logo appear to reset your iPhone 6. Factory reset can restore your device as a new one. If none of the above-mentioned workarounds fixes the problem, consider getting in touch with Manchester phone repair or any of the Apple Store. The problem may be with the hardware, but not with the software.
For more information, visit our website at www.manchesterphonerepairs.co.uk.