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iPhone 6 Dropped, Not turning on anymore, Heating up a lot near back camera, how do I repair this? http://www.fixiphone.com.au/blog/repair-guides/iphone-6-died-all-sudden-heats-up-under-the-back-camera/
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Check out our new super user-friendly site at www.fixiphone.com.au today! Super optimized for mobile devices and layout also look fantastic on desktop too!
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Every Screen Repairer should look at the new leaked iPhone 7 board and be prepared! Here at iFix Repairs we have broken the new leaked motherboard of iPhone 7 down and you can see that the LCD/Touch Cable connectors are now located down the bottom of the motherboard. Be aware all repairers! Don't break them like how you used to break the iPhone 5S touch id flex cable!
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We are now officially in Melbourne CBD! Brand New store opened up on Elizabeth St. Located on Level 8 in the Beehive Building. Full address: Level 8, 92-94 Elizabeth St, Melbourne, 3000. Call us today @ 03 9995 4141! Tier-3 repairs carried out here in shop!
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Fully tested! Updating iOS devices with broken Finger Print Sensor(Home Button Module) to newly released 9.3.2 firmware won't cause error 53. However if you experienced error 56( which is related to finger print EEPROM) check if the phone is physically damaged bad
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We (or you may) have replaced so many ICs everyday, but have you heard of fixing an IC internally. Here is a physically damaged iPhone 6S motherboard which the WiFi IC is somehow been damaged by a (not-so-skilled)fellow repairer( i have no idea how he did it :S). Guess if this can be repaired without replacing the whole Wifi IC U5200_rf.
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Haven't been updating for long! Just busying setting up the workstations for our tier 3 repairers! Below is a picture of what a standard skilled tier-3 repairer need on his workbench. Expert tier-3 repairers needs less ;)
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Chipworks has done a great job at stripping down a iPhone SE at IC level (used their pictures)! For those tier-3 repairers who is so used to fix iPhone 5S touch issues and iPhone 6 audio issues, there is another 2-3 years of same level repairs waiting for you (I think the common touch and audio issues on 5S and 6 would happen again in the SE)! In the 3rd pic we can see that a new Power Management chip is introduced, most likely that would be used in the new iPhone 7 too :S
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First one to teardown a new iPhone SE! I guess if I don't tell you that this is a SE you would think this is an iPhone 5S instead! No difference at basic tier-1 level repair compare to iPhone 5S! I start to wonder if iPhone 5S parts would work on SE
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Have you got any phones that's been declared dead by someone? Send them in to us and let us have a look! Most of the dead phones(or with symptoms which someone says that it cannot be fixed) are actually fixable! Moreover if you are a mobile phone repairer, we look forward to partner up with you to back you up! Contact today!
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