Easy Tweaks Before Bringing Your iPhone in for Repair: The realm of phone damage and related phone repairs is a complex one in today’s tech-savvy society when more and more people have at least some level of technical understanding. Certain faults will always necessitate the intervention of qualified professionals for repair, but there are also some easy circumstances where a quick adjustment by the phone owner will remedy the problem before any costly repairs are required.
JNA Retail is here to assist you in both of these areas. Not only do we offer a wide selection of phone repair services for both iPhone and Android models, but we also provide knowledge and over-the-phone guidance to many clients who are unsure if they should bring their phone in or if there is a simple fix they can do themselves.
While this isn’t always possible, here are some of the most common iPhone issues, as well as some quick fixes to attempt before bringing the phone to our experts.
A black screen on an iPhone could appear for a variety of reasons. This is frequently due to the phone’s display settings being turned off or going to sleep owing to inactivity. This could be a simple remedy if you press down on the home button and your background wallpaper appears as normal.
If this isn’t the problem, and you’re certain your phone isn’t simply dead, reboot it and restore it to factory settings. If this doesn’t work, it’s time to contact our phone repair service.
Battery Not Charging (Or Draining Extremely Fast)
Battery issues are typical following an iOS upgrade, so if you’ve just experienced one, try backing up your data and conducting a factory reset. If this doesn’t work, your phone may have too many high-battery-usage apps; try uninstalling a few to see if performance improves. If not, you may need to replace the battery.
On the other hand, a white iPhone screen is frequently caused by malfunctioning hardware, a jailbreak, or “snowy” software. In certain circumstances, the screen will just refuse to turn on. What is the solution in this case? Make sure your phone is plugged into both an outlet and a computer; if it charges but remains unresponsive, it could be due to faulty hardware or an iOS issue, and you’ll need to bring it in.
Speak to the experts at JNA Retail now to discover more about minor changes to try before bringing your iPhone in for repair, or to learn more about any of our device repair services.
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