iPhone 7 Screen Repair — Issues & Fixes

The iPhone 7 screen is beautiful, to be sure, but the glass beauty can break if dropped, smashed or otherwise chipped against similarly hard surfaces. Some breaks are worse than others, but if you completely smash you iPhone screen, you are probably in need of an iPhone 7 screen repair. When you break your screen, it also destroys your iPhone’s water resistance.

While the majority of the work, we do here at iPhonerepairing.co.uk relate to iPhone screen repair, there’s a large number of phones we see that have taken a dunk in the sink or bath.

You may need an iPhone 7 screen repair, if some of the stage circuits are damaged or you may need a full-screen replacement. Before we get to that point, though, let’s see if there are other things that you can do to get your phone up and running without booking an iPhone screen repair appointment.

If it’s a software issue, you can sometimes correct the problem. If there’s a particular app and its use coincides with the screen playing up, try deleting that app. Try holding down the power and home buttons on your iPhone 7 simultaneously for 30 seconds to hard reset the phone. This may bring back the iPhone screen from the dead.

If there has been any physical damage to the phone, for example, a drop can cause some circuit damage even if cosmetically the phone looks ok. In this case, get in touch with us and we can assess whether you need an iPhone 7 screen repair or replacement service.

Just bring your device to our iPhone service centre and we’ll give you an immediate quote for the repair including a 12-month warranty on all replacement parts at a cost effective price.

For more information on iPhone 7 screen repair & replacement service, please visit our website at http://www.iphonerepairing.co.uk.

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