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The iPhone 6 marked a turning point for the iPhone series back when it debuted in late 2014: it was the first time that Apple went BIG. Featuring a 4.7 inch LCD display to keep up with other flagship phones of that era, it was both innovative and elegant.
Though it may not seem so today, the slim yet sturdy design was considered a mini revolution back then. But as they get older, inevitably there is increasing demand for iPhone 6 repair. Declining battery life, unresponsive or broken screen, failed iOS updates and GPS problems are some common examples, which may have you seeking an iPhone 6 repair near you.
True to their obsession with slick and superb design, Apple had to make the iPhone 6 as slim and as light as possible to offset the large screen size. At 6.9 mm thin, and weighing only 129 grams, every fall can potentially result in a broken iPhone 6 screen. It is a high-end and sturdy phone, but compared to the iPhone 7 and other new phones, even a modest drop can require an iPhone 6 screen repair or replacement.
Some iPhone 6 owners cracked their screen by as little as bumping into a friend’s purse or dropping it from knee high. It’s a shame to conceal beauty, but we highly recommend using a phone cover to prevent a shattered or cracked screen.
The iPhone 6 was the last model before Apple switched to cases that block water, dirt and dust from entering the phone. This means that the inner components are relatively exposed to the elements, resulting in more need for iPhone 6 repair over time. Batteries are the most common fail, as battery life is directly impacted by usage levels. Replacing a battery on the iPhone 6 is no hassle. Headphone jacks, speakers and home buttons are also common iPhone 6 wear and tear. Cameras rarely need replacement, but when they do they come at a low cost.
Other common issues that won’t necessarily force you to replace your screen are an unresponsive screen (AKA ‘touch disease’) and the ‘red screen syndrome’. The red screen issue is unique to the iPhone 6 - sometimes the screen goes completely red or flashes red. In both cases, try these simple steps to fix your broken screen before you run out to find iPhone 6 screen replacement near you.
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