"The First Smartphone Repair Store"
Since the advent of the PDAs around the turn of the millennium, tech companies have tried to build mobile computers that can be used on-the-go and always available. It took a few years for the PDAs to be morphed into smartphones, and with each new generation of the smartphone the manufacturers succeeded in embedding increasing functions and uses into the phone.
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What distinguishes smartphones from feature phones is essentially smartphones come with an operating system that can then use a myriad applications….just like a computer. So smartphones have hardware, an operating systems layer and finally applications written by third-parties developed using the operating system APIs.
Blackberry from Research In Motion created the first smartphone for business use with limited user functionality. It was in 2006 that the first consumer-targeted Blackberry 8700 series was introduced.
Apple released their first iPhone in 2007 which heralded a new era in smartphones, one in which Apple created the hardware and an operating system that seamlessly integrated with the hardware. The elegant styling, the intuitively easy-to-use interface, and the well-tested third-party Apple-certified application software combined together to make for a delightful user experience.
We have been repairing cell phones and iPhones since 2007 when the first iPhone 2 was released in the US, and every generation since.
We are now more dependent on these smartphones for a variety of needs including voice call, text messages, emails, appointment calendars, wake-up alarms, music, driving directions, social media interaction, financial management, games, videos, and a myriad of other functions which expand with each new model.
iPhones were soon followed by Motorola, Nokia, HTC, Sony, LG, Samsung and a host of technology companies including ASUS, Acer, Dell, HP, Toshiba,….and everyone else
We repair a wide range of the smartphone brands including ASUS, Acer Blackberry, Dell, HTC, Apple, LG, Microsoft, Nokia, Motorola, Samsung and Sony, in addition to most of the tablets, laptops, Macbooks, and gaming consoles.
There are 2 options available to repair your smartphones:
All our phone repairs come with a 60-day warranty on parts and labour.
Before rushing your device down to the repair-shop in a panic here are some common phone problems and failures that you can try correcting yourself:
The Battery is Draining Fast
Obviously, the phones that are beginning to age, it is the battery itself that needs to be replaced. You can try removing any recently installed apps if the problem happened suddenly.
Check the battery usage under settings to find out what is eating up your battery. If disabling the backgrounds apps doesn't do any good, then it is high time that your phone needs a battery replacement.
Slow or Lagging Response
A sluggish experience can happen when the phone is running too many apps at once. Try closing the apps you're not using and disconnecting from unused wireless devices.
The quick way to get a fresh start on your phone is to restart it.
Failing that, Apple has announced that the system will slow down performance when it detects that your battery is aging. We're seeing that when we change the battery it can really boost the speed of your phone. This also goes for other phone brands.
Wifi Not Getting Connected
You've probably already tried to connect to a different network, turned off and on the WiFi, even tried restarting your phone.
There's not much more to try other than replacing the WiFi antenna component.
Phone is Getting Way Too Hot
Woah, there is a serious problem if your phone is getting too hot to touch. Never use your phone in this case. Shut it off and pull out the battery, if you can. Bring it in to be checked out before taking a chance.
Touch ID not Working
The touch ID function that relies on both software and hardware to work properly. Try restarting your phone and closing some apps.
If your finger print still isn't being recognized then its time to take it in for a checkup.
When the touch doesn't work the problem has to do with the capacitive touch digitizer. Restarting your phone probably wont fix the issue, but its worth trying.
Our screen replacement service solves these problems 99.9% of the time.
When the screen replacement doesn't solve the issue we would then consider looking into repair on the logic board.