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iPhone Repair UK | Rotten Apples

iPhone Repair UK | Rotten Apples | iPhone Repairs | Scoop.it
iPhone Repairs from Rotten Apples. We offer an expansive range of service options to repair your iPhone both locally in London and across the UK via post.
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Apple to Pay $53 Million for Refusing Warranty Service Over Alleged Water Damage

Apple to Pay $53 Million for Refusing Warranty Service Over Alleged Water Damage | iPhone Repairs | Scoop.it
Apple has agreed to settle a class action lawsuit over the company's refusal to repair iPhone and iPod touch devices that had pink liquid contact indicators.

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How to fix an unresponsive Home button in an iPhone 4S | iMore.com

How to fix an unresponsive Home button in an iPhone 4S | iMore.com | iPhone Repairs | Scoop.it
The iPhone 4S has been around for a little over a year now and as with any device, normal wear and tear can cause components to fail over time.

The iPhone 4S has been around for a little over a year now and as with any device, normal wear and tear can cause components to fail over time. The Home button is the most used hardware function on the iPhone which means it's typically the first one to give out. While Apple changed the Home button design slightly from the iPhone 4S's predecessors, the flex cable can still wear over time leading to misfires when single and double tapping or even worse, the Home button can give out altogether.

If you're out of warranty and your Home button is giving you a headache, we can help you DIY repair it for much less than the price of a new iPhone.

Disclaimer: As with any repair, neither iMore nor The Pod Drop can be held responsible for any damage you may do to your device. It’s also worth considering that opening up your device to perform any repair or modification can and will void your Apple warranty. If you don’t feel comfortable opening your device, don’t. Use extreme care and caution when performing a repair on any device.


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