Broken iPhone 6 Repair Services

iphone-6-repair-boiseWith all its technological advances on older models, including image stabilization and an improved in-phone camera, larger screens, and faster processors, the iPhone 6 also introduced the term “bend-gate” to our lexicon. In addition to the familiar problems with broken screens and water damage, iPhone 6 repair issues now include damage caused by the unit’s susceptibility to bending.

Whether you have a broken iPhone 6 or an iPhone 6 Plus, finding an iPhone repair center can be more affordable that ordering a replacement. Trained and experienced technicians have the specialized knowledge to provide the quality iPhone 6 repair services you need at prices that will keep you connected and on the go without busting your budget.

If you have dropped your phone in the toilet, dived into the pool with it still in your back pocket, or stepped on it and cracked the screen, it does not have to mean the end of your iPhone 6. A replacement phone can cost hundreds of dollars, while iPhone 6 repair can start as low as $50-$60.

iPhone 6 repair services run the gamut of potential needs. They include LCD repair, power and volume button repair, microphone, ear piece dock connector, and vibrate on/off repair.

Best of all, repairs happen fast –  typically in less than an hour.   Just make sure you are confident that the repair us certified and provides on any work performed. Check out different repair prices, but just remember that when you choose the lowest price, sometimes you get what you pay for.  Some repair centers use refurbished or remanufactured parts that are not recommended by Apple.   Choose an iphone repair center that uses only OEM parts.

Many iPhone 6 users who consider themselves technologically savvy have learned through experience that it is better in most cases to leave the repairs to the professionals. Do-it-yourself efforts to repair batteries or solve problems with the volume control, camera, or other elements of the phone can actually cause more costly problems.


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