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Security expert implores FBI to share iPhone 5c hacking tool with Apple

iOS digital forensics expert, Jonathan Zdziarski, penned an open letter to FBI Director James Comey imploring him to share the method of hacking the San Bernardino terrorist's iPhone 5c with Apple.

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iPhone 4s and 5c withdrawn in India as Apple seeks more profits

Apple is no longer offering the iPhone 4s and iPhone 5c in India. While the phones are past their prime, Apple has a strong brand presence in India, leading to healthy sales of older iPhones.

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The iPhone 5c gets dropped, 5s becomes entry level iPhone

Along with revealing its new iPhones, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, Apple has put the iPhone 5c to rest, replacing it with the iPhone 5s.

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Does Apple need an iPhone 6c?

September is just around the corner, and speculation is flooding in as to what the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will look like. While this occupies many minds, I believe what – If anything – happens to the iPhone 5c will make more of a difference to Apple as 2016 approaches.

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How to replace a broken iPhone 5c screen in under 10 minutes

Shattered your iPhone 5c screen? We can help you replace it in under 10 minutes!

It's never a good day when you drop your iPhone and realize the screen has broken. Luckily, the iPhone 5c is one of the easier iPhone DIY repairs when it comes to screen replacements. We showed you a while back how to replace a busted iPhone 5c display. Since then one of our favorite parts suppliers, eTech Parts, has made this particular repair even easier by offering displays that come with small parts already pre-installed. That means there's nothing to transfer. Just replace the front assembly and you're done, making this an easy repair, even for beginners!

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How to fix the headphone jack in your iPhone: The ultimate guide

So your out of warranty iPhone has a busted headphone jack. If you'd rather fix it on your own instead of buying a new iPhone, you've come to the right place.

The symptoms of a broken headphone jack are similar in all models, and can include audio cutting in and out or no audio at all. In some cases, loud speaker audio won't work because your iPhone thinks headphones are plugged in when they're really not.

If any of these issues sound like something you've experienced, we'll walk you step by step through the repair process. We'll also link you to all the parts and tools you'll need to get the job done right the first time. The difficulty of a headphone jack replacement will depend on the iPhone model, but if you're up for the challenge, follow along, find your model, and let's get started!

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How to fix a blown loud speaker in your iPhone: The Ultimate guide

Step by step instructions on how to replace a broken loud speaker in your iPhone

The loud speaker in your iPhone is what makes it possible for you to talk on speakerphone, play music, and hear alert notifications for text messages, phone calls, and more. If the loud speaker is defective or blown, you may experience symptoms such as no sound at all except through the earpiece, crackling audio, or intermittent audio issues. If any of that sounds like something you're experiencing, your loud speaker will most likely have to be replaced. If you're out of warranty or own an older iPhone, a DIY repair can save you some money if you aren't yet ready to purchase a new iPhone. No matter what iPhone model you have, we can walk you through how to replace the loud speaker all on your own!

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How to fix a broken headphone jack in your iPhone 5c

If you're experiencing issues with the headphone jack in your iPhone 5c and software troubleshooting just isn't doing the trick, a DIY repair may be required. Symptoms of a defective or faulty headphone jack can include distorted sounds, crackling, sounds cutting in and out, and in some cases, no sound at all. In rare cases, a faulty headphone jack can also cause regular sounds to not work if iOS thinks headphones are plugged in when they're not.

If any of these scenarios sounds like something you're experiencing, follow along and we'll walk you through where to get parts and tools and how to DIY replace the headphone jack in your iPhone 5c for a fraction of the cost of a new iPhone!

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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 DIY repair to replace the Lightning dock entirely isn't too time or labor intensive, and it'll cost you a fraction of what a new iPhone would!

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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 your hands and will cost a fraction of the price of a new iPhone. And if you need help, that's what we're here for. We'll show you where to get the parts and tools you need, and how to replace a blown loud speaker all on your own!

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