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How to DIY replace the Lightning dock in an iPhone 5c

How to fix the Lightning connector on your iPhone 5c

If your iPhone 5c won't charge, the problem could be one of two things; the battery or the Lightning dock itself. If you're experiencing other symptoms such as headphone jack issues, or dock accessories not working when plugged in, the Lightning dock is more than likely the culprit. Luckily, a...
How to fix a broken Lightning dock in an iPhone 5s

How to fix a broken Lightning dock in an iPhone 5s

If you have an iPhone 5s that's out of warranty and won't charge, it's possible the dock assembly itself needs to be replaced. Symptoms of a bad dock can include a faulty headphone jack, inability to charge, Siri being activated randomly while plugged in, or iTunes not recognizing your iPhone 5s...
How to fix a blown loud speaker in an iPhone 5c

How to fix a blown loud speaker in an iPhone 5c

If the loud speaker in your iPhone 5c is not working, producing distorted sound, or cutting in and out, it is more than likely blown. If you're out of warranty, a DIY iPhone repair for this particular problem is relatively simple. It'll take you less than 45 minutes once you have the parts in...
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How to DIY replace the Lightning dock in an iPhone 5c

How to fix the Lightning connector on your iPhone 5c

If your iPhone 5c won't charge, the problem could be one of two things; the battery or the Lightning dock itself. If you're experiencing other symptoms such as headphone jack issues, or dock accessories not working when plugged in, the Lightning dock is more than likely the culprit. Luckily, a...
How to fix a blown loud speaker in an iPhone 5c

How to fix a blown loud speaker in an iPhone 5c

If the loud speaker in your iPhone 5c is not working, producing distorted sound, or cutting in and out, it is more than likely blown. If you're out of warranty, a DIY iPhone repair for this particular problem is relatively simple. It'll take you less than 45 minutes once you have the parts in...
How to replace a broken headphone jack in an iPhone 5s

How to fix a broken headphone jack in an iPhone 5s

Have a busted headphone jack in your iPhone 5s? Not being able to listen to music, podcasts, and other kinds of audio is a complete bummer. Not only that, if your iPhone thinks headphones are plugged in when they aren't, a broken headphone jack can mess with sound through the speaker too. Other...
How to fix a broken Lightning dock in an iPhone 5s

How to fix a broken Lightning dock in an iPhone 5s

If you have an iPhone 5s that's out of warranty and won't charge, it's possible the dock assembly itself needs to be replaced. Symptoms of a bad dock can include a faulty headphone jack, inability to charge, Siri being activated randomly while plugged in, or iTunes not recognizing your iPhone 5s...
How to fix your iPhone Home button: The ultimate guide

How to fix your iPhone Home button: The ultimate guide

iPhone Home buttons keep getting more resilient and more reliable, but since they're the most-used button on the iPhone — for everything from getting to the Home screen to getting to the fast app switcher, launching Siri to launching Accessibility options — it's also subject to the most wear. (...
How to fix a broken Home button in the iPhone 5s

How to fix a broken Home button in the iPhone 5s

The Home button on your iPhone 5s provides two main functions; it serves as a way to authenticate Touch ID and more important, as a way for you to return to your Home screen, exit apps, access multitasking, and more. If you can no longer click your Home button, or pressing it does nothing, it's...
How to fix a broken Home button in the iPhone 5c

How to fix a broken Home button in the iPhone 5c

iPhones have always been prone to Home button issues and the iPhone 5c isn't any exception. Since it's the most used button, it's not uncommon that it should wear over time. However, if you're out of warranty and not ready for a new iPhone, a replacement could cost a few hundred dollars. Luckily...
How to fix the rear iSight camera in your iPhone: The ultimate guide

How to fix the rear iSight camera in your iPhone: The ultimate guide

If the rear iSight camera on your iPhone either isn't working working at all, or is taking photos that show obvious defects, it's possible that the camera assembly is defective or damaged. Typical symptoms of a broken or defective iSight camera include a blacked out screen, purple or blue...
How to replace a blown loud speaker in an iPhone 5s

How to fix a broken loud speaker in an iPhone 5s

If you have an iPhone 5s that doesn't produce any sound over the loud speaker, but still functions through the earpiece, it's possible that the loud speaker is either defective or blown. Other symptoms can include low volume or crackling audio. If you're experiencing any of these issues and you'...
How to replace the rear iSight camera in an iPhone 5c

How to replace the rear iSight camera in an iPhone 5c

If you're having issues with the rear iSight camera in your iPhone 5c, it's possible a replacement could fix the issue. A bad rear camera assembly could have many different symptoms. The most common is spots or purple haze showing up in photos. If the spot is always in the same place, the...

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