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United Electronics Group’s Top Ten Most Common iPhone Repairs

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At United Smartphone Repair, a UEG company, we see broken iPhones come into our repair facility every day. We repair hundreds of iPhones and can give you a rundown of signs to look for that indicate your iPhone needs to be in the hands of a trained repair technician. Kits to replace your battery or possibly fix your device are available online from retail stores; but there are times when a more in-depth repair is needed, and you want to place your trust in a dedicated repair professional. Here’s where United Smartphone Repair comes in. Some of the most common iPhone repairs we encounter on a daily basis are listed below:

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1) Both the glass overlay (touchscreen) and the underlying LCD are cracked or damaged: Requires Digitizer/Glass & LCD Repair Service

2) Dock connector is damaged and/or won’t allow you to insert a cable: Requires Dock/Charge Port Repair Service

3) Getting no sound out of the earpiece: Requires Earpiece Speaker Service

4) Getting sound out of only one channel: Requires Headphone Jack/Hold Switch Service

5) Home button doesn’t work or gets stuck: Requires Home Button Service

6) iPhone does not vibrate even though vibrate switch is on: Requires Vibration Repair Service

7) Battery doesn’t last as long as when your device was new: Requires Internal Battery Replacement Service

8) Power button doesn’t work or gets stuck: Requires Power Button Service

9) Volume button doesn’t work: Requires Volume Button Service

10) Camera does not work or pictures are distorted: Requires Camera Repair Service

 

 

 

 

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Author: unitedelectronicsgroup

United Electronics Group (UEG) is the parent company of United Camera Repair, United MP3 Repair, United Mac Repair, United Tablet Repair and United Smartphone Repair. UEG has been a leader in the repair and service of cameras, MP3s, tablets, smartphones and Macs. Last year alone, UEG repaired over 150,000 devices.

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