iPhone Repairs Sydney
Avoid long Apple Genius Bar wait times and high prices by fixing your device with Sydney’s longest trading mobile phone repair specialists
Searching for iPhone Repairs Sydney CBD or Bondi Junction? you have found it. Our expert technicians can fix almost any fault you are experiencing with any model. No bookings are required and for iPhone screen repairs in Sydney, most jobs are completed within 30 minutes upon arrival and come with free tempered glass protection worth $20.
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Consumer Warning: Many phone repair stores have opened across Australia over the last decade, with prices that vary significantly for the “like-for-like” repair services. However, not all are the same. There is a huge range in the quality of parts that are supplied to repair stores. There are a variety of screens available including OLED, LCD, Soft, Hard, Refurbished etc, and the cost can be over $100.00 cheaper for the lower grade components, resulting in a cheaper retail price but can experience a number of complications during and after a repair. All parts installed at any Fone Fix store are of the highest quality available at the most affordable price. In addition, each reapir is undertaken by Australia’s most experienced technicians with over 20 years in the phone repair game.
iPhone Display Repairs
iPhone Screen replacements in Sydney are normally completed in under 30 minutes. Our expert technicians have replaced more than 100,000 displays and have found solutions for every imaginable fault you could have encountered. Restore your display functionality today in the time it takes to finish your lunch!
iPhone Battery Repairs
Battery problems are the second most common cause of all phone issues. Battery and charging faults and can reveal themselves in many different ways. If the battery drops at a certain percentage or struggles to get you through the day, reinstalling a new one will often solve the problem. Installation is a fast process and Fone Fix also sells high quality, Australian certified charging accessories.
iPhone Data Retrieval Services
Our expert recovery technicians can retrieve your information from even the most severe of damage. In the unfortunate event that your phone has completely died and you have forgotten to back it up. Don’t worry! Our recovery success rates are formidable and in the rare instance we are unsuccessful, there is no charge or fee for the attempt.
iPhone Software Repairs
Software can be glitchy at the best of times. If your operating system is slow, laggy has frozen or you have found yourself stuck permanently on the home screen. You probably have a software fault. Thankfully, these issues can be resolved and function restored. Fone Fix offers a range of services for any type of software malfunction.
iPhone Camera Repairs
Front and rear camera repairs are available at Fone Fix for all Apple models. If your camera is totally blacked out, you’re unable to zoom, the lens has smashed or is blurry or shaking. We can replace your camera unit and restore your photos back to the crisp quality you’re used to.
iPhone Frame & Housing Repairs
As most of us are now aware due to recent press releases, it’s no secret that from the iPhone 6 upwards, the frame can bend from the slightest pressure. It’s actually more common for the frame to have sustained some form of damage than not. Thankfully, as the aluminium is soft, it can be reshaped back into place during repair using equipment like a G-Tool. If your frame is beyond repair and totally destroyed. So long the circuit board is uk, complete housing replacements are also available.
How much does it cost to repair my iPhone in Sydney?
iPhone Repair costs will depend on a few factors including the model, damage and quality of the parts that are being used to install. In addition, the physical location of the store might also play a factor, repair stores in large shopping centers like Westfield might charge more for repairs to cover their large outgoing costs such as high retail rents and expensive store fit outs. Servicing directly at Apple will generally be the most expensive option and will incur the longest turnaround times. As a general rule of thumb, the cheaper option is usually not the best and the most expensive repairs you might be paying more for the companies outgoings.
Where can I get my iPhone fixed?
Fone Fix can repair almost any iPhone fault you are experiencing at super competitive pricing. Even if we are unable to service or fix your device, our friendly team can provide you with valuable advice to guide you in the right direction. If you have a different model, brand or you’re looking for another service altogether, please look through our full phone repairs service or contact us and a member of our team will be more than happy to help. You have a number of options when your phone gets damaged. For example, sending back to the manufacturer, retailer or insurance provider are all possible solutions for faults and damage. It’s worth noting that manufacture repair services can take weeks to complete, prices tend to be much higher and in almost all circumstances you will lose any data stored on the device.
Is my Phone worth fixing?
For broken screens, faulty batteries, intermittent charging ports and broken cameras, iPhone repairs is a much better option than to shell out $1000-$2000 for a new one. Each repair is different and our expert technicians will instantly be able to assess if your device is worth fixing or replacing upon arrival at any Fone Fix store. To determine if your fault it worth fixing, there are a few factors to consider.
1. How old is your phone?
When older models get damaged, the cost of the repair might outweigh the benefit of getting it fixed. The operating system on older models tends to slow down over affecting the user experience. In addition, old phones are likely to have battery issues and in some cases the internal IC ships on the main board get compromised though years of use. In addition, some models are built with less storage space, who can live with a 16GB anymore?. In some instances, allocating your money towards a new device is sometimes your best option.
2. What is the severity of the damage?
Generally if there are three or more things wrong with the device, getting a replacement might be worth considering. For example, if the screen, battery, charging connector and camera are all damaged, swapping the device out directly with Apple for a refurbished handset might be the way to go. In addition, if your phone is severely liquid damaged or the frame is completely bent out of shape, even after a successful repair, it could experience issues shortly after. Thankfully the majority of repairs are singular and fixing the damage is a much more cost effective solution that spending a fortune on a new one.
Are you worried about losing the data?
The risk of losing data is often the determining factor when deciding to repair or replace a broken iPhone. For obvious reasons, most customers care more about the information stored inside than the actual device itself. In these cases, regardless of the damage sustained, repairing the device would be the best option. In situations where the device cannot be fixed, in most cases we can still recovery the data from the memory chip.
Will I void my Apple Warranty?
Your Apple warranty is automatically voided if you device has already been damaged. Manufacture warranty will cover you for faults only. If you book an appointment at the genius bar, they will assess the damage and you will be charged accordingly. Authorised Apple screen replacements range from $200 to $650 and for any additional damage, prices are between $300 and $1000. If you have AppleCare, screen repair prices for all models is $45 and for additional damage $149. Turnaround times and bookings can vary from a few hours up to a week and any information stored on the device can be lost. If you choose to go down the Apple route but need data recovered from the phone, please contact us for iPhone data recovery services.
What if I can’t remember my Apple iTunes ID, Encryption Passcode or Logins?
This can be a huge problem. Your Apple ID is there to protect your data; even Apple can’t get access to it. If you have set up iCloud on your phone or have ever purchased an iTunes app, then whenever you restart, update, reset or remove the battery you will most likely be prompted to insert the Apple ID and passcode. If you have forgotten it, you can follow some simple recovery processes to get it back. If you have already tried this with no luck or the account was not set up in your name, even after a successful repair or service it will not be possible to activate the device, there is no solution to solve this issue and you must always take care to remember your ID, have access to your recovery method or ensure that any device your purchase has the iCloud/find my iPhone feature switched off.
Will servicing my phone erase my data?
It’s important that prior to any hardware or software repair, if possible, to do a full backup of any data. The chances of you losing your data from a repair is slim to none, however, mobile phones are complex electronic devices and no one can guarantee for 100% that data won’t be lost in the repair process. The extent of damage can’t truly be known until the device has been opened as there may be additional complications inside the device that are not identifiable from assessing the external damage. If you are unable to secure the data, maybe your device is too badly damaged or it won’t switch on. In any case, for the vast majority of repairs, any information stored on the device will remain intact. If your device can’t be repaired, data recovery services are also available if required.
What if my phone is disabled?
If you are getting a notification displaying the message “connect to iTunes” or “not available” in almost all cases it means your passcode has been entered to many times and has ben disabled. This is a safety feature that is automatically tuned on in the settings for every new phone. The problem with this feature is, when you damage your display and the touch module feature is intermittent, it can enter your passcode by itself disabling the device. In addition, if your children get their hands on it while you’re not looking, they can also attempt to enter your code incorrectly to many times and unknowingly disable the phone. In this event, any data that has not been backed up will almost certainly be lost as the device will need to be restored to get it back to a functional state. This disabling feature can actually be turned off from within your settings to prevent this from happening to you.
How to identify your model
If you are unsure of what model you have there are a few ways you can check.
1. Printed on the back
On some models you can find the model, serial and IMEI number printed on the back of the device itself.
2. Find it in the settings
If you can still operate the device, you can go to Settings > General > About.
Identify your model number
Your model will depend on the country and region of origin and is identified my the corresponding model number.
- iPhone 6: A1549, A1549 , A1586
- iPhone 6 Plus: A1522 , A1522, A1524
- iPhone 7: A1661, A1784, A1785, A1786
- iPhone 7 Plus: A1661, A1784, A1785, A1786
- iPhone 8: A1863, A1905, A1906
- iPhone 8 Plus: A1864, A1897, A1905
- iPhone X: A1865, A1901, A1902
- iPhone XS: A1920, A2097, A2098, A2100
- iPhone XS Max: A1921, A2101, A2102, A2104
- iPhone XR: A1984, A2105, A2106, A2108
- iPhone 11: A2111, A2223, A2221
- iPhone 11 Pro: A2160, A2217, A2215
- iPhone 11 Pro Max: A2161,A2220, A2218
- iPhone 12: A2172, A2402, A2404, A2403
- iPhone 12 Pro: A2341, A2406, A2408, A2407
- iPhone 12 Pro Max: A2342, A2410, A2412, A2411
- iPhone 13 Mini: A2481, A2626, A2629, A2630, A2628
- iPhone 13: A2482, A2631, A2634, A2635, A2633
- iPhone 13 Pro: A2483, A2636, A2639, A2640, A2638
- iPhone 13 Pro Max: A2484, A2641, A2644, A2645, A2643