Fixing your own iPhone isn't impossible and in most cases, can save you quite a bit of money. Whether you've busted your screen or have something stuck in a dock connector or headphone jack, we can help you fix it. Most of us have either had a hardware problem with our own iPhone or have known someone who has. While taking your iPhone to the Apple Store for a repair or replacement is always an option, so is fixing it yourself.
Smashed screens are the most common repair when it comes iPhone woes, which is why we put together an ultimate guide to fixing broken iPhone screens. Whether you've got an iPhone 3GS or an iPhone 5s, we've got the guide you need, complete with photos and step by step instructions, on how to get your iPhone back in working order again.
We also realize that not every broken iPhone is a result of physical damage. No hardware design is perfect and the iPhone is no exception. Sometimes buttons, switches, Home buttons, power buttons, and batteries fail the minute we're out of warranty. That's just the way it goes. It's also why we've got those guides too. From replacing a dock connector to fixing an unresponsive Home button, iMore has you covered.
We can also provide you with reliable sources for ordering your replacement parts and high quality tools. We only trust and recommend the best suppliers in the industry so you can rest assured the parts you're putting in your iPhone are not only safe, but warrantied against defects too.
To get started with DIY repair, all you need is a little technical know how, a great guide, and the right tools. As long as you can bring the know how to the table, we can help take care of the rest!
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