If you own an iPhone, you may have already had problems with it. For example, the volume buttons may be stuck, the charger may not work right, or you may have had what people call a “glitch.”
Often, problems that seem hard to solve can be solved in a few minutes. Service support experts have put together a list of the top 5 most common iPhone problems and how to fix them.
1. Slow iPhone
If restarting the device doesn’t work, try clearing the Safari cache. Find “Safari” in the settings and click “Erase history and site data” to do this. It’s also important to delete the cache of your instant messengers (like Telegram and Viber) on a regular basis because what seems like a small thing can take up to 20 GB of your space! When you free up space on the device, it will run much faster.
2. Volume button not working
In this case, experts suggest a short-term solution. Open “Accessibility” in the settings menu and then click “Touch.” Look for “AssistiveTouch” and install it. Now you don’t have to use buttons to change the volume. But you need to talk to experts if you want to fix the device and get it back to how it worked before.
3. iPhone drains fast
When power-hungry programs are used, the same thing often happens. It’s best to get rid of any apps you don’t use and, if you can, turn off GPS and mobile data. So the device won’t use as much power in the background and won’t need to be charged as often. But if what you did before didn’t work, the problem might be with the battery, which can only be changed at a service center.
4. Apple stuck on the screen
Try a force restart if the iPhone won’t turn off when you press the power button. For the iPhone 8 and later, press the volume up button, then the volume down button. Next, press and hold the power button until the screen turns off and the phone starts to restart itself.
For iPhones before the iPhone 8, press and hold the Volume Down button and the Power key for about 10 seconds. The device will restart, and the apple will no longer be stuck.
5. iPhone not charging
There could be more than one reason why this is happening. The first one is not clean. At least once a day, we use the charger, and over time, dust and dirt build-up in the connector. In this case, it just needs to be cleaned. The second reason is a broken controller or loop. In this case, you need a replacement from the service center.
The main thing I learned from Cell Care Phone Repair is that the only safe iPhone repair you can do yourself is to reboot it. All other actions come with risks that could cost you thousands of hryvnias in the future. Because you need to be checked out by a doctor when you have the flu, it is best to let a specialist fix the device.