The original iPhone 6 was released September 2014 and is almost 3 years old with 2017 just emerging from the shadows. Apple users use their phones almost HOURLY, and it’s almost a given that some sort of hardware or software issue will arise. How you deal with these issues will determine how long your phone lasts, and ultimately how much more time and money you spend on your phone before you move on and either upgrade or even potentially switch to Android based devices. We’ve listed the most common issues below, and exactly how you’d go about resolving them.
Weak Phone Battery Life
After a few years and way too many charge and re-charge cycles, it’s only natural that your overall battery life will suffer. Unfortunately this is something that is simply bound to happen due to the lithium-ion battery type used by Apple in the iPhone 6. You can definitely keep this problem at bay by updating your iOS when required and keeping WiFi and Bluetooth off when not in use, and also keeping your screen dimmed. If this is still not enough to get you through the day, you can definitely extend the lifespan of your cell phone by replacing the battery and the current cost by third party cell repair shops in Fort Worth is about $60.
Unresponsive Home Button
If you’ve recently realized the beloved home button on your iPhone 6 or 6S is not working, or perhaps responding intermittently we feel your pain. AppleCare covers this, however if your saving your replacements for something more crucial like a damaged LCD or broken screen, then this is also not a big problem to solve. Often times the connection between the home button assembly becomes disconnected and this is definitely frustrating. Local cell repair shops often see these problems all the time, and can get this problem fixed faster than Apple, and without the delay that comes through the Apple location and process in Fort Worth and Arlington.
Broken LCD Screens
Everyone has broken their phone screen, and if they haven’t they have that one friend that is so clumsy they keep smashing their phone. While Apple has made serious improvements in fixing their screen replacement process in Fort Worth, but it still takes more than a day to get a new replacement phone (usually two actually). Fast and friendly iPhone 6 screen replacement is now available for less than the cost of Apple and can save you tons of time and inconvenience by getting the repair done, warrantied and protected in less than 90 minutes.
While this does void your Apple warranty, if you are already looking at upgrading or simply want to solve an annoying hardware issue, your existing coverage is likely expired so local Fort Worth cell phone repair will be your best bet for convenience and cost.