iPhone 4S repairs

How to replace the vibrator assembly in an iPhone 4S

If you've got an iPhone 4S that's out of warranty and the vibration function has stopped working or is very faint, odds are you need a new vibrator assembly. A DIY repair isn't too terribly difficult and will cost you far less than a new iPhone.

Follow along and we'll help you replace the vibrator assembly and keep your iPhone 4S going strong for even longer.

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How to replace the dock connector in an iPhone 4S

If your iPhone 4S doesn't want to register a charger is plugged in, the dock connector may be defective or damaged. This can commonly occur from using third party charges that are poor quality or just from old age. If you're out of warranty and aren't yet eligible for an upgrade with your carrier, a new iPhone can be costly. A DIY repair to replace the dock connector will cost you far less and you'll most likely get a lot more life out of your iPhone 4S.

Follow along and we'll walk you through from buying the parts to performing the repair yourself.

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How to replace a cracked screen on an iPhone 4S

If you've cracked the screen on your iPhone 4S and didn't opt for AppleCare+ or insurance through your carrier, you can DIY repair the screen yourself. While it isn't the easiest repair to perform, it's definitely doable with the right parts and tools.

And we'll walk you through it every step of the way.

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How to fix the loud speaker assembly in an iPhone 4S

If you've got an iPhone 4S and the loud speaker seems to be malfunctioning, and you no longer have AppleCare or insurance to cover it, a DIY repair isn't too difficult. Symtoms of a bad loud speaker assembly can range from distorted sound when playing music or using speakerphone to no sound at all. In rare instances, a bad loud speaker can also cause people to not be able to hear you when you've got speakerphone activated.

If you're experiencing any of these symptoms, continue on and we'll walk you through how to replace it yourself.

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How to fix the rear facing camera in an iPhone 4S

The iPhone 4S has a great camera that can capture amazing photos, so if that camera stops working, it's a pretty big deal. If the damage isn't covered by AppleCare or insurance, it can also be a costly problem. Luckily, a DIY repair is possible, and isn't too difficult. It'll only take you around 20-30 minutes and cost you less than $60, which makes it a great option for anyone out-of-warranty and not considering a new phone.

Follow along and we'll get your iPhone 4S camera back in working order in no time.

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How to replace the battery in an iPhone 4S

If the battery life in your iPhone 4S is getting worse and worse, or it just won't hold a charge, you can easily perform a DIY replacement. This can help you get lots more life out of your device and prevent having to buy a new iPhone before you absolutely have to. If you're soon to be out of warranty or otherwise not covered for exchange or replacement, or if you're just a DIY type who wants to learn more about the inner workings of your iPhone, we've got you covered.

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