Published On: Sun, Nov 15th, 2020

The iphone Repair

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Even though we use our iPhones on a daily basis and take good care of them, there can still be times when your iPhone will just give up, not work properly or might need a repair from a broken display. Most iPhone repairs require you to take it to a service center, like iPhone repair in Melbourne services. This is because smartphones are technological innovation and you need experts to solve any problems that you’re facing with your device. DIY is not an option for most customers out there, because you need the skills and training to perform that. 

Steps You Need To Take Before Attempting For iPhone Repairs

  • Removing The SIM Card

This is the first and the most obvious step that you need to perform before you can hand over your phone to the service center for repairs. Your iPhone handset box will come with a SIM ejector tool (or you can buy one separately, in case you’ve lost it). You have to use that SIM ejector tool to eject your SIM tray and finally remove the SIM card from it. After removing your SIM card, you can easily use it inside any other smartphone you want, be it another backup iPhone device of your or even an Android device.

  • Removing All Security Locks

In case your phone is protected with a password or biometrics – you need to disable it. This is because the technicians need to see the phone in a workable condition so that they can test the device and therefore diagnose the problems. This will allow them to know that the iPhone has been successfully fixed. If you’re planning to remove your security locks, you can head over to depending upon which iPhone model you’re using. 

  • Backing Up Your Data And Then Resetting

Let’s face it, all our iPhones will have sensitive personal data, be it your bank information or all your family pictures and photos. Therefore, these sensitive data can easily be misused if not taken care of. You have to make sure that you take a full backup of your iPhone data via iTunes on your Mac/PC and then reset the device as well. You also need to keep a note on your IMEI number and your phone’s serial number, so that it doesn’t get mixed up with other iPhones in the service center. You can find IMEI and serial information inside This will ensure that your data is in safe hands and cannot be further utilised in any other unknown ways. 

  • Disable The ‘Find My iPhone’ Feature

Even though a master reset will remove this feature altogether, you still need to know how it works, because there can be times when you’ll not be resetting your device at all. The Find My iPhone service lets you track your iPhone in case of any theft. The phone uses your iCloud account in tandem with the device’s GPS receiver. When you give your phone for repairs, this is a useless feature and you need to turn it off specifically. You can do this by going into . After the confirmation, you just need to put in your Apple ID password and then it will be turned off completely until you sign the device with your ID again. 

  • Take Care Of Your Accessories

Your iPhone will come with a lot of accessories, which include your wall charger, the lightning cable, the headphones, the headphone jack adapter (if any) and other required documentation as well. Therefore, it is very important that you take good care of your accessories and keep it safe with you. When you go for an iPhone repair, the service centre will never ask for the phone’s accessories or its documentation. Therefore, you shouldn’t hand over your iPhone accessories to the service centre. If you’re using an iPhone case, then you have to detach it from the iPhone and then give the device to the service centre for repairs. Keep the iPhone case safe with you.  

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