Water damage doesn’t have to be a death sentence for your iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max. Often, water damage is completely fixable with the expertise of an experienced technician. If you require iPhone XS water damage repair or assistance troubleshooting a waterlogged device, depend on the experts at CPR Cell Phone Repair. We have years of experience helping customers bring water-damaged devices back to life.
Whether your iPhone XS has gone for a dip in the washing machine, pool, or toilet, the iPhone repair experts at CPR Cell Phone Repair are here to help. Continue reading for assistance troubleshooting your damaged iPhone XS.
Although the Apple deems the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max water resistant with an IP68 rating– meaning the device is water resistant at a maximum depth of 2 meters for up to 30 minutes– the device is not waterproof. If you believe your iPhone XS is liquid damage, use the tips below to ensure you don’t worsen the condition of the device before bringing it in for repair.
If your iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max needs water damage repair done fast, visit CPR Cell Phone Repair. Our technicians can open the iPhone, dry internal components, rinse the phone of debris, test for damage, and replace any damaged parts.
How much does iPhone XS water damage repair cost, you ask? At CPR, we provide customers with free, no-commitment estimates on iPhone XS repair services. For a quote on your iPhone XS water damage repair, please contact a store near you.
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iPhone users love the professional-quality photos they can easily capture with the impressive dual 12 MP cameras on the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. But when a cracked lens or malfunctioning camera prevents us from snapping photos, it can be infuriating! Fortunately, fixing a broken iPhone XS camera is simple at CPR. Use the following iPhone XS camera troubleshooting tips below, or hurry into a CPR store near you.
While some iPhone XS camera issues– like a cracked lens– are evident, others are far more complex and are due to software glitches. If your iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max camera is broken or malfunctioning, use the following guide to pinpoint the problem and fix it on your own. Alternatively, visit a CPR Cell Phone Repair near you for same-day iPhone repair service.
Before you opt for an iPhone XS camera replacement, try using these basic tips to fix your malfunctioning camera.
Remove Case and Accessories
Whether your rear camera or front camera is malfunctioning, the first step to troubleshooting is removing all accessories, including phone cases, protective films, and attachments. Frequently, users don’t realize that their phones’ accessories are blocking the camera or flash. Once the accessories are removed, open the camera app again and try taking a photo.
Inspect Your Screen
If your front camera is acting up or out of focus, take a closer look at your display or screen protector. If there is a scratch or crack over the front camera, that is likely the culprit behind your camera malfunction. Fortunately, fixing the device is as simple as dropping it off at CPR Cell Phone Repair for an iPhone screen repair.
If your photos have spots or are turning out blurry and out of focus, try cleaning your iPhone XS camera lens. To do so, wipe the camera lens with a microfiber cloth to remove smudges, fingerprints, and dirt.
Restart Your iPhone
If your iPhone XS camera lens appears to be closed or your camera app is simply showing a black screen, try restarting the iPhone. To restart an iPhone XS, hold the down volume button and side button until a slider appears. Drag the slider to power off the device and wait about 30 seconds. To turn the device back on, hold down the side button again until you see the device power on. Once powered on, revisit the camera app.
Update Your Software
Ensure that you’re using the most up-to-date version of iOS software. Often, Apple releases updates that fix minor bugs in the camera software.
If you’ve gone through the above suggestions and your iPhone camera is still broken or malfunctioning, visit a CPR Cell Phone Repair store near you. We have years of experience fixing smartphone cameras, and can quickly complete your iPhone XS camera repair. In addition to camera replacement services, we also provide battery replacements, water damage repairs, screen replacements, and more for iPhones of all generations.
How much is an iPhone XS camera repair, you ask? At CPR, we provide free, no-obligation estimates on all iPhone camera repair services. Contact a store near you to request a free estimate today!
The iPhone XS is jam-packed with countless features that will keep you tied to your device all day long; however, constant use of your iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max eats away at your device’s battery. If your beloved iPhone no longer makes it through the device without a mid-day charge, continue reading for iPhone XS battery troubleshooting and replacement tips.
Over time, a smartphone’s battery doesn’t hold its charge like it once did. This inevitable truth often leads users to opt for an iPhone XS battery replacement. Before you visit a repair shop or Apple, try using the following troubleshooting tips to extend the life of your battery.
One of the most common tricks to limit iPhone XS battery usage is turning down the display’s brightness. To do this, simply swipe downwards from the top right-hand corner of your home screen. When the Control Center appears, drag the brightness bar (the sun icon) downwards to minimize the brightness.
After you’ve adjusted your screen brightness, do a quick review of your apps. To see which apps are using the most battery, go to Settings > Battery. Note that some of these apps may even be running in the background which drains battery without you even realizing it.
If you have apps that are using your location, they are likely using a significant amount of your battery. Go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services to manage which apps are able to access your location and when they can access your location.
You might notice that when you have low battery life, you iPhone XS will suggest that you enable Low Power Mode. Give this battery saving mode a try! Low Power Mode minimizes the amount of battery used by limiting non-essential features like animated wallpapers, background activities, screen brightness, and fetching new emails.
If none of the above troubleshooting tips have fixed your iPhone XS battery problems, call your local CPR Cell Phone Repair store. At CPR, our technicians have years of experience diagnosing and replacing malfunctioning iPhone batteries. After visiting a CPR near you for iPhone XS battery replacement services, you’ll be amazed at your phone’s ability to make it through the day without that midday charge! How much does it cost, you ask? Contact a store near you to request a free repair estimate!
The iPhone XS is a crowd-favorite with its seamless Super Retina HD display and glass design; however, so much of what makes this phone’s design so appealing also makes it extremely susceptible to damage. If an accidental drop has resulted in a shattered iPhone XS screen or a broken LCD, CPR is here to help with fast, local iPhone XS cracked screen replacement.
One of the best ways to protect your iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max screen is to equip your phone with a durable case and a tempered glass screen protector. At CPR Cell Phone Repair, we recommend installing InvisibleShield screen protectors on all Apple products. InvisibleShield is an industry-leading screen protector backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty. Not only does this line of glass screen protectors shield your device from cracks and scratches, but many of the InvisibleShield product lines offer added benefits including privacy screens, Visionguard, anti-microbial technology, blue light filters, and more. To find the iPhone XS screen protector that best suits your needs and budget, visit your local CPR. As an InvisibleShield Authorized Warranty & Installation provider, our stores carry a wide selection of InvisibleShield products, and can even install your screen protector for you.
When you require iPhone XS Max or iPhone XS screen replacement solutions to fix a cracked display, rely on CPR Cell Phone Repair. With years of experience fixing iPhones of all models, you can depend on us to fix shattered glass, dead pixels, broken LCD, and much more.
If a dropped device has resulted in a flickering display or dead pixels, it may be time for an iPhone XS LCD screen replacement. Fortunately, at CPR Cell Phone Repair, we carry a wide array of high-quality iPhone XS repair parts so that you never have to wait long for an iPhone XS screen repair.
Cracked screens are among the most common iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max problems that we see at CPR. Our team highly recommends addressing cracked screens sooner rather than later as they can often lead to issues down the road including discoloration and dead spots.
When you need your iPhone XS screen fixed fast, hurry into a CPR Cell Phone Repair near you. Fast turnaround times, excellent customer service, and a limited lifetime warranty on replacement parts are just a few reasons that customers love us!
Worried about how much an iPhone XS screen repair will cost? Don’t panic! Our stores proudly offer free, no-commitment estimates on iPhone XS Max and iPhone XS screen repair services. Find a store near you to begin your journey on the road to repair!
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.