iPhone Screen Repairs Sydney CBD & Bondi Junction
Fast, professional iPhone Screen Repairs for all Apple models. Replace your screen within 30 minutes by Australia’s longest established phone repair specialists
iPhone screen repairs located in Sydney CBD and Bondi Junction. If your iPhone is shattered, cracked, bleeding ink or totally dead. Our expert iPhone technicians can restore your phone back to it’s former beauty in no time.
In addition, we install Tempered Glass Protection for free with every iPhone screen replacement. Protective glass is up to nine times stronger than the screen of your iPhone, essential for damage prevention. Retailing at $20.00, our steady handed technicians will install it for you on site, at no extra cost.
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Whatever issue you are having with your screen, we can fix It!
Our phones are exposed to a number of hazards 24/7. Physical impact, software issues, water damage and charging faults are just some of the problems we encounter. If you are unable to find the service you need. Please refer to our full range of services for iPhone repairs, or contact us below for more help.
|Phone repair services||Repair Price from|
|Back Glass Repair||$60|
|Battery / Charging Fault||$80|
|Buttons & Switches||$60|
How much do Apple charge for screen repair services?
Apple’s iPhone repair prices can be found by going direct to their website. There you will find pricing details for repairs covered under AppleCare and out of warranty servicing. Fone Fix prices are extremely competitive with Apple. There’s no need to book an appointment at the “genius bar” and if your device cannot be fixed, there is no charge for the service.
If your device is damaged beyond repair and unfixable, assuming you don’t need the information stored inside? Taking your phone directly to Apple for a swap is definitely your best option. In addition, it would be very rare for Apple to replace anything other than the screen or the battery. If there is additional damage to the frame or any other components, Apple may only offer you a refurbished handset at a discounted price. With Apple’s refurbished replacement option, you will certainly lose any data stored on the phone.
Do you use original Apple iPhone screens?
This is a question we get asked daily. The truth is, only Apple can offer you “Original” parts. Apple does not sell or supply stock to 3rd parties. Why would they? If your device breaks, Apple and other manufacturers obviously wants you back to the store to be up-sold new products and services. Manufacturer swap programs are ideal in the event your device can’t be fixed. However, for common repairs, there are more time and cost effective solutions available to you.
Pricing for repairs are based on the quality of the part being installed. Fone Fix only uses high-grade parts that have been rigorously tested prior and post installation. In the unlikely event you experience issues after the repair, all services come with 6 months warranty. For additional information about “genuine” and “non-genuine” Apple repairs. We would recommend to contact Apple directly for confirmation of “authorised” repair outlets claiming to use “original parts”.
What if my iPhone screen is not damaged, totally black but still rings and vibrates?
For all iPhone models the LCD Display, the front glass and the touch module mechanism come attached as one complete unit. The fully assembled part is then installed into the frame and should restore any display or visibility issues. In some cases, the screen maybe completely hanging off or totally blacked out. For others the screen maybe shattered but still functional. Regardless of how severe the damage seems, after replacement, most devices will spring straight back to life
After impact, it’s very common for the iPhone screens to bank out altogether, even if the screen shows no signs of physical damage. In some cases the LCD display that sits directly under the front glass can get damaged and the hairline cracks are often very difficult to see. If there are no cracks, the LCD display flex cables could have disconnected from the internal circuit board and might just need reconnecting. In rare instances there can even be a problem with the microchip that controls the display and needs resoldering.
How do I know there’s not more damage inside?
When screens fail due to false or damage the visuals can make it seem much worse than it actually is. Here we take a closer look at some of the most common issues you are likely to experience that can all be fixed with a replacement.
Strange colours and discolouration: We have all seen a damaged TV or computer screen. The phone screen is actually no different. When damaged the display can show a rainbow of pixelated shapes, lines and patterns. Sometimes the function will remain but in most instances you will lose any touch feature capabilities. Intermittency, flickering and erratically shaking are also common after cracking the underlying LCD component.
The dreaded black blob: Yes, the black blob is another familiar unwanted intruder. The blob can actually change in shape and size over time and use. The layers of ink that are sandwiched together inside the display has leaked and is bleeding through to your front glass. As the ink tents to bleed outwards, this should not affect any of the internal components and replacing the screen fill fix the issue.
Strange water markings: When you see discoloured or slightly illuminated smudge markings on the display, this will usually be caused from exposure to moisture or liquids. If the phone still works, make sure to backup all the information as quickly as possible. Water damage and microelectronics is not good in any circumstance and could literally power off at any moment.
Mysterious yellow patches: The yellow patches usually appear from a constant application of pressure. That pressure produces the discolouration the same as when you press onto a computer or T.V screen. The cause of this issue is often internal parts pushing out, external parts pushing in or a compromise in the housing. For example, if your battery has swollen or internal components have dislodged, this could put pressure against the screen from behind the securing plate inside. Too much heat can also produce burn markings on the display but the most common cause is from smashed glass, the broken shards of glass break off and get trapped in between your front glass and internal LCD screen.
What if my screen breaks again after the repair?
It’s no secret that most modern smartphones are easy to break. The best way to manage this potential hazard is to make sure you have the best protection available or have insurance that will cover the screen costs in the event it gets broken. All Fone Fix repairs come with a one year guarantee, aside from damage, if you experience any faults with your new part within 12 months, we have you covered.
How do I prevent screen damage?
One of the challenges manufacturing unbreakable glass is that the harder a material, the more likely it is to shatter. The softer the material the more likely it is to get scratched. Steve Jobs recognised the shortcomings of plastic and encouraged Corning to develop a prototype of what eventually became Gorilla Glass. The best way to prevent breakage is to install a high quality tempered glass protector.
Tempered glass varies in strength and can be up to 9 times stronger than the glass of the device itself. It’s also extremely scratch resistant and far more cost effective to change when damaged. We also recommend investing in a good case that has integrated impact protective material, this helps to shift the energy generated from impact away from the display. The EMF Aspen case has been designed specifically with this in mind incorporating D30 technology for extreme impact protection.