Working in a small but growing company as a Tech Engineer in San Diego, California.
Products we repair:
- iPhones, iPads and iPods
- iMacs, Macbook pros, Macbook Airs, MacBooks
- Samsung Galaxy and Note phones
- LG Phones
Email Address: Ian.email@example.com
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Location: San Diego, California
Guides I've Contributed To
My Favorite Guides
Fixing Glass on the Back Housing!I want to learn how to take off the iPhone 8 back glass but not the full back housing. I attempted it in the pictures but I d...
unable to install macOS Mojave?macOS Mojave isn’t available in the update category on my Mac
need new ifixit app?!?I know how back in 2015 the Apple App Store closed the IFIXIT app because they were violating their terms and services. I thi...
Answer to: iPhone 7 plus speaker mesh kitIt’s not required to apply the mesh kit unless you want to. Just change the lightweight assembly. It should work fine unless there is something wrong where you have to replace the mesh kit. There usually is adhesive on the back of the small mesh kit parts. Just carefully tear it off where the problem is and apply it to the iPhone back housing (or where it originally was).
Answer to: iPhone X rear camera white gasket damageWas it dropped in any way? the metal frame of the camera could have came off and it some left over adhesive on the camera that was holding that plate
Answer to: Ordered part for wrong iPhoneIt depends on which website you ordered it from, if its amazon than yes but if its some Ebay seller or a private seller on an independent website, you would have to look at their return policy on their website.
Answer to: iPhone 6 doesn’t display incoming callsMy phone does the same thing sometimes. Would I usually do is a force reset by holding the power button and home button at the same time until the screen turns off. Don’t worry it won’t reset your phone. Than once it turns back on, try to call yourself again to see if it works. Also it might work to unplug your SIM card on the left side of the phone where that little hole is. You can put a tac or something thin in there. Wait about 30 seconds and put it back in to see if it works.
Answer to: Touchscreen does not work while on chargeIt seems to be the new charging port. When you charge the phone, thats when it activates the charging port the most. I would try reconnecting the charging port and battery connector and turn it on again to test the charger. If thats not the case than it must be a screen issue that was caused by the previous owner.
Answer to: Keeps rebooting iPhone SE@arbaman CPU SPEED? SEMICONDUCTOR SIZE? 1.54x faster CPU speed 2 x 2GHzvs2 x 1.3GHz 12nm smaller semiconductor size 16nmvs28nm but those are just some facts. Now lets look more into a small amount of problems reported over the years. Won’t connect to iTunes Battery drain Yellow screen Voice Control activates on its own Clicking noise coming from Home button iPhone SE won’t stop vibrating iTunes won’t sync photos with iPhone SE Missing contact images Wi-Fi turns off when phone is locked Now within just 5 minutes of research, I found these complaints. A little bit of looking around never hurts. Its a lot more proof than just saying they’re the same chip with a picture of 2 logic boards. So hope you found these helpful, enjoy.
Answer to: Why does my screen keep going black?If the phone is turned on but the screen is going black, its most likely a backlight issue. I would look up local lab repairs where they do micro soldering before it gets more severe or go to a local repair shop to get a diagnostic.
Answer to: Touch screen and home button stop working after a few minutesAre there any signs of corrosion? It sounds more like it could be a board problem. I would try a new battery to see if this works. If it doesn't , contact a local lab repair store and see if they could do any micro soldering work. Actually before you do that, I would take it into a 3rd party repair shop and have them do a diagnostic.
Answer to: Keeps rebooting iPhone SEI work at a pair shop where we fix phones and when we have any iPhone SE’s come in, we always tell the customer that there is a 40% chance your phone might go crazy. This is because the iPhone SE came out after the iPhone 6, 6Plus, 6s, and 6s Plus. Apple decided to put a bigger processor than an iPhone 6s Plus inside of the body of an iPhone 5. What I would try is taking the battery out and replacing the battery and try a new iPhone SE screen. Not the 5s screen. Although they are compatible, it can make the phone flip out. If any of this doesn’t work, my only guess is that your iPhone has a logic board problem and its now going crazy. Best of luck.
Answer to: What happen if I replace my rear camera with iPhone 6s + rear camera?Although they are the same camera, the iPhone 6s Plus camera is bigger than the regular iPhone 6s camera and there’s only one extra feature about the 6s Plus camera which is that it has an optical image stabilization while the iPhone 6s does not.
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