Apple today released iOS 9 to the public, making the download available to all users who have an iPhone 4s or later, iPad 2 or later, 5th-generation iPod touch or later, or any iPad mini. The update can be downloaded through iTunes or over-the-air by going to the Settings app and tapping General –> Software Update. Read More
A customer shared the following photo with us recently from an established iPhone repair shop on Bournemouth High street. We couldn’t wait to share it with you.
The photo shows an iPhone 5 having its logic board removed, probably to have the rear camera replaced, or maybe the lightening dock connector. The repair guy is answering the phone, talking to customers and taking payment from customers.Read More
iPhone 6 Screen repairs are now only £120. Call or txt for an appointment.
Have you experienced an Error 53 while restoring or updating to the latest iOS on your iPhone 6.
Help is at hand. Error 53 is caused by a hardware fault. This is probably one of the following:
1. Touch ID Sensor faulty. This was probably caused during a recent screen replacement. The quickest way to solve this is to either, borrow the whole screen assembly from a friends iPhone 6, restore the phone and then never update the iOS, or try and replace the touch ID sensor.
2. Incorrect screw placement during screen replacement. There are four screws that hold the LCD and touchscreen connectors down. If the longest screw is screwed into the wrong hole, it can cause damage to one of the internal layers of the logic board PCB. There isn't much you can do about this one. Apart from beg Apple to replace it under warranty.