With Apple’s claim of 17 hours of video playback on the iPhone 11 and 18 hours on the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max, it’s easy to rely on your device. Still, over time, this use can affect your battery’s abilities. Is your iPhone 11 continually running on empty or showing signs of a bloated battery? Utilize this guide to learn your iPhone 11 battery troubleshooting and replacement options.
Whether your iPhone 11 battery is swelling, completely dead, or just isn’t holding a charge like it used to, there are several things you can try to improve your iPhone 11 battery performance. Instead of chaining yourself to a charging cord, use these iPhone 11 battery troubleshooting tips!
Before you bring your iPhone 11 into CPR for a repair, try the following techniques to improve your battery performance.
Low Power Mode reduces the power consumption of your iPhone 11. To access it, go into Settings > Battery > turn on Low Power Mode. When turned on, the feature slows down and pauses some tasks and background features. As soon as your iPhone 11 charges to 80% or higher, Low Power Mode with automatically turn off.
If you don’t need to access data or make calls, you can set your iPhone 11 to airplane mode. You can turn on airplane mode by swiping up on Control Center and tapping the airplane icon.
To maximize battery life, Apple recommends letting auto-brightness set your iPhone 11 screen display. You can turn on auto-brightness by going to Settings > Display & Brightness > and turning on the Automatic slider. If you’d prefer to manage your screen brightness manually, you can swipe up on Control Center and modify your iPhone 11 screen brightness by dragging the brightness bar up or down.
Your iPhone 11 comes with a built-in battery health monitor. To check your battery’s maximum health capacity, access the Battery Health screen by going into Settings > Battery > Battery He alth. Here, you can see a breakdown of your iPhone 11 battery’s performance, as well as check if performance management is turned on or off. When turned on, the performance management feature works to limit unexpected shutdowns.
If you’ve tried these troubleshooting tips and your iPhone 11 still isn’t holding a charge, contact your nearest CPR Cell Phone Repair. Our technicians are happy to help with professional iPhone 11 battery replacement and repairs. Most of the time, battery replacements are completed the same day you bring in your device. Concerned about the cost? Request a free, no commitment repair estimate from your local CPR store!
Although all three iPhone 11 models have an IP68 rating, water damage can still happen. Luckily, even if your device has gone for a swim, water often isn’t a death sentence for your iPhone. Learn more about how to troubleshoot your water damaged iPhone 11 below.
Whether your device ended up in a pool, washing machine, or toilet, the professionals at CPR can help.
Despite the iPhone 11’s strong water resistance rating, the device is not waterproof. Plus, normal wear and tear can leave your phone more vulnerable than it once was. If you think your iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 has liquid damage, try these tips at home before bringing your device in for a repair.
If these tips don’t have your iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 back in fighting shape, the friendly technicians at CPR are happy to help. Bring your device into a store near you, and we can open the iPhone, dry out its internal parts, clean any debris, test for damage, and replace any compromised parts.
The camera updates on the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro are the phones’ stand-out features, so it’s extra frustrating when your iPhone 11 camera isn’t working. A glitching camera or cracked lens is a dealbreaker for most Apple users. Luckily, completing an iPhone 11 camera repair is simple with the local experts at CPR.
Some iPhone 11 camera issues are apparent. If you dropped your phone and cracked a lens, then you’ll want to visit a CPR Cell Phone Repair for same-day iPhone repair service. However, if your iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro camera is malfunctioning, it can be a bit more mysterious. Utilize these troubleshooting tips to try to diagnose and fix the problem yourself.
Before you bring your iPhone in for a repair, give these iPhone 11 camera troubleshooting tips a try.
Remove Your Case
While it’s great to protect your device from damage, some protective cases can obscure and impact your iPhone 11 camera. Take a couple of photos with and without the case on your phone and compare them for differences.
Clean the Lens
Dirt and oil from daily use can lead to blurry photos. Ideally, you’ll want to use a microfiber cloth to clean off your lens. But, if you find yourself in a pinch, a soft cloth will work instead.
Restart the Camera App
Having too many applications open can cause your camera app to lag. To see if this is the cause of your iPhone 11 camera malfunctions, first close all of your applications, including the camera. Once all of your apps are closed, reopen the Camera app.
Ensure Software Is Up-To-Date
If your camera is still having issues, your software may be to blame. Go to Settings > General > Software Update to check if you have any updates waiting to be downloaded.
If you’ve tried all of the above and your iPhone 11 camera still isn’t working, CPR can help figure out the problem and get your device back in working order. Our technicians are well-versed in iPhone 11 repairs and will have your camera repair done quickly.
Wondering how much an iPhone 11 camera replacement costs? CPR offers free estimates on all of our repairs. To get started, reach out to a CPR Cell Phone Repair store near you!
The Liquid Retina HD display of the iPhone 11 is one of the phone’s most striking features. When a fall leaves you with a cracked or damaged screen, CPR recognizes that you’re eager to get things back in working order. Luckily, our local, expert technicians can complete most iPhone 11 screen replacements the same day you bring in your device, if not while you wait.
When your iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro needs a cracked display repair, CPR Cell Phone Repair is here to help. Our experienced technicians work quickly to remedy cracked glass, broken LCD and OLED screens, dead pixels, and more.
If your phone’s display is flickering, dead pixels have appeared, or there’s discoloration on the device’s screen, it might be time for an iPhone 11 LCD or iPhone 11 Pro OLED screen replacement. Rest assured that CPR recognizes the complexity and sensitivity of touchscreen and haptic touch technology. To ensure a successful screen replacement, our technicians utilize quality replacement parts and professional-grade tools when repairing your iPhone 11.
Although the iPhone 11 is covered with some of the most durable glass available on a smartphone, cracks can still happen. A cracked iPhone 11 screen isn’t just annoying, it also makes your device more susceptible to water and dust damage, and can lead to dead spots, discoloration, and further issues if left unfixed. Luckily, cracked screens are one of the most common iPhone repairs we complete. CPR technicians can finish an iPhone 11 cracked glass replacement for you quickly and affordably.
Before your iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro screen gets any worse, hurry into CPR Cell Phone Repair! When you bring in your device, you can count on speedy turnaround times, limited lifetime warranties, and expert advice on screen protectors to keep your device safe in the future.
Worried about how much an iPhone 11 screen repair costs? Don’t fear! CPR offers free, no-commitment repair estimates on iPhone 11 repair services. To get started, locate a CPR near you and request an estimate from the comfort of home.
In addition to being able to repair nearly any small electronic gadget that comes through our doors, and being able to complete most repairs in less than two hours, we also guarantee the quality of our workmanship and the quality of our parts for a full 6 months!What does it mean for you?
If, at any time during our limited lifetime warranty period, the original repair fails because of the quality of the part we installed or the workmanship in repairing the device, we will fix it for FREE. No questions asked. Can’t beat a guarantee like that!All CPR Stores are independently owned and operated. As such, not all stores may offer the same warranty.