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Identifying Parts of Your Phone


Hello! This is HiTech Handymen here again with another informative post about your smartphones, specifically focusing on the older generation iPhones. Because oftentimes technical jargon can be very confusing, we've made it very simple for you to understand the various parts of your iPhone. Take, for instance this image of an iPhone 6 body. This is what an iPhone 6 looks like after you remove the screen. Over here you can see the various components that may be helpful to familiarize yourself when we repair your iPhones (most of what is shown here applies to most models of iPhones). In particular, you can notice some interesting design aspects, such as the relative size of the battery, or where the sound is coming from when you blast music from the speakers. The following parts are more readily replaceable in an iPhone 6S and under:

  • Loudspeaker
  • Charge Port / Headphone Jack (Together as one unit)
  • Battery
  • Screen
  • Back Camera
  • Front Camera
  • Home Button (replacement ones won't have TouchID)
  • Home Button Flex (only for iPhone 6, 6S is integrated into screen)
  • Wi-Fi Antenna and Flex
  • SIM Card
  • Vibration Motor
  • Shield Plates and Screws
Indeed, the overwhelming majority of iPhone problems can be resolved by replacing one or more of these listed parts without advanced repairs involving micro-soldering. And, it so happens that we do offer replacements and fixes on all of these listed parts. So, if you have any problems with your iPhones, we can definitely help fix any of those hardware problems, allowing your phone to look and work like new! And of course, it's helpful to reiterate that we stand by our 120 Days limited warranty so that you can have peace of mind that your device works as it should. Most repairs take less than 30 minutes to complete and with no appointments necessary. Feel free to drop by so we can help service your device! 

Thanks,
HiTech Handymen

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