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    iPhone 4 Repairs Bournemouth

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    iPhone 4 Repairs

    Cracked iPhone 4 Display Repairs

    The most common repair that we carry out today. The iPhone 4 LCD is very strong in the middle of the screen. the iPhone 4 Display is capable of withstanding heavy impacts in the centre region of the screen. This is because the touch screen is laminated to the LCD, however the display is weak around the top and bottom area for the display because these areas are not laminated.

    We can replace an iPhone 4 LCD in about 25minutes

    iPhone 4 Not Charging

    The iPhone 4 can sometimes stop charging due to damage to the Charging Connector. we change these quite often and this in most cases cures the problem. If this does not cure the iPhone 4 Charging Fault then there are couple more things that we can try.

    iPhone 4 Power Button Repairs

    This problem is becoming more and more common as the iPhone 4 gets older. The power button is on a ribbon cable that is embedded under the main-board of the iPhone 4. We have changed many of these cables and the work takes about 40 minutes to complete. We only use original Apple parts for this repair

    iPhone 4 Home Button Repairs

    The iPhone 4 Home Button is a small ribbon cable that cost a few pence to buy, however the iPhone 4 has to be completely stripped down with the LCD Display removed to enable access to the Home Button

    iPhone 4 Not Holding Charge

    If the iPhone 4 does not hold charge as long as it used to then there are a few possibilities as to why this may occur. the first cause my be that the battery has simply worn out. another reason for not holding charge could be that the integrated circuits within the battery have failed. One more reason for not holding charge could be caused by water ingress. All these problems can be solved by We Fix

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  • iPhone 4 ReviewiPhone 4 Review

    By  from TechRadar  April 1st 2011

    TechRadar rating



    • Great screen
    • Top notch 5MP camera
    • Much-improved design
    • Gyroscope gaming
    • Improved call quality
    • Overhauled iOS 4


    • Reception issue in left hand
    • High price
    • No home screen widgets
    • No social networking integration
  • Well, there's been so much to talk about on the new iPhone that we're actually impressed Apple had that much to update on this iteration of the smartphone.

    From HD video recording to a completely new shape, it's intriguing to see record-breaking numbers queuing up to pick up this device – but after playing with it for a few days, you can see why.

    We liked

    Well, we liked nearly everything on the iPhone 4. The main thing we enjoyed is the fact the interface is still so slick, as nothing beats the fact the phone reacts to your slightest touch.

    The gyroscope is beyond awesome on a phone of this size, or on a phone at all come to think of it.

    The battery life has been well extended to work long enough to not hate your phone any more, which is a welcome boost, and the camera and video recorder have been updated more than adequately to consider them actual replacements for the cameras and camcorders.

    The Retina Display is really something else to look at, and we're even starting to like the sharp angles of the chassis – although we're still not huge fans.

    The App Store is still brilliant, and will continue to get brilliant-er, and things like Google Maps offer a superb mapping experience.

    We disliked

    Why, why did the reception problem have to happen Apple? If it wasn't for that, this would have been head and shoulders above the competition when it comes to smartphone functionality. Nothing can come close on paper.

    The price is also ridiculously high - £600 for a phone is amazing, and more so when you think thousands, yes, thousands of people queued up in the UK alone to pick up one of these the second it was released.

    The HTC Desire costs less than £400, is free on £30 a month deals, where the iPhone costs £170 plus the contract too.

    We appreciate the sheer amount of tech and design packed into the iPhone 4, but that's still a LOT to shell out for a phone.


    Trust us, we've gone back and forth over the star rating to give the iPhone 4 - it's been tricky.

    Put it this way: if we didn't have to switch hands to browse the internet at any given moment, this phone would have been five stars, hands down. Apart from the fact your own skin makes you lose all 3G connectivity, there's pretty much nothing wrong with this phone.

    And if you're still lusting after an iPhone, don't worry - this is by no means a reason not to buy it. Like we said, we had no dropped calls during our tests, and that's a big improvement on previous iterations - it was the internet browsing that got us.

    Is it better than the 3GS? Yes - by a country mile. Is it better than the HTC Desire? In some ways yes, in some ways no... the iPhone 4 hits higher points but thanks to the reception issue hits lower points too.

    Essentially it comes down to a straight choice: are you interested in the geek chicness of the rapidly-improving Android, or are you all over the slick iPhone eco-system?

    You won't be disappointed by the iPhone 4 by any means - if you're happy to spend nearly £200 more on a phone and are willing to wiggle your hand a little bit then this phone will delight for the next couple of years.

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