Wi-Fi Connectivity Issues
When your phone won’t connect to a wireless network, it can be frustrating. This leaves you faced with the decision of not surfing the net, checking emails, or listening to music—or going for it and running over on your data plan. This is a common complaint that occurs for iPhone users, and often, it appears out of the blue and without warning.
If this happens to you, the first thing you should do is try disconnecting from the network and then reconnecting. If that doesn’t work, try forgetting your usual wireless network, and then re-entering the info into your phone. If those easy fixes don’t do the trick, or if the problem happens more than once, take your device to an iPhone repair shop, as there might be some internal damage that needs to be repaired. This kind of damage can occur after dropping your phone, getting water on your device, or even a seemingly mild jostling in your bag.
Are you constantly struggling to hear the other person during a phone call, or maybe you can only hear calls when they are on speakerphone?If so, you might have faulty speakers. If you have power cycled your phone without any luck in correcting the problem, then you need a professional iPhone repair team on the job.
The problem may be with the speakers themselves. They could be clogged by debris or otherwise damaged in a way that is interfering with their functioning. Another common issue that may seem like a speaker problem is a malfunctioning volume button. If your volume button is stuck, you may think you’re turning up the volume all the way, but you’re actually not adjusting it at all. As a result, you may think that you have a speaker problem, but in reality, fixing the problem with your volume button will do the trick.
Have you ever dropped your iPhone? If you haven’t yet, you can bet that you will—it’s one of those things that happens to every device owner, no matter how careful they are. Sometimes, the effects of dropping your phone are obvious. For example, you may end up with a broken screen or there may be clear, physical damage to another part of the phone’s structure. In other cases, the damage may be internal. Impact damage doesn’t always show symptoms immediately. Days or weeks after dropping your phone, problems could develop that can be traced back to the force of the impact.
If you’ve dropped your iPhone and have obvious damage, like a cracked screen, it’s important to get it fixed as soon as possible, since structural damage can leave your phone vulnerable to other issues. If everything appears to be fine, pay attention to how your phone behaves over the coming days and weeks. As soon as you notice something glitching, take your device to an iPhone repair shop. The professionals there will be able to diagnose the issue and get your phone back to normal working condition. As with structural damage, the sooner you can fix an internal issue, the better, since additional problems could develop.
Water damage is a bit like impact damage—it happens to almost everyone eventually. Damage from water doesn’t have to come from something drastic like dropping your phone in a bath or spilling coffee on your device. Holding your device up to your ear while you’re sweating or using your phone in the rain can also cause moisture damage.
The effects of water damage are usually internal, so you may not see the symptoms immediately. Your phone may even seem like it is not working and then come back on after it dries out. This doesn’t mean that you should skip the repair shop, however. There could be damage lurking that becomes a bigger issue in the future, so getting your device checked out by a qualified technician is the best way to prevent these kinds of problems.
Gamers Warehouse offers high-quality iPhone repairs and a 90-day warranty on all of our work, so you can get your device fixed with confidence. Our experienced team of iPhone experts can often fix your device on the spot or within a day or two at our conveniently located store in the Tucson Mall. Stop by our location or call us at (520) 347-8725 to learn more about iPhone repairs in Tucson.