Dr Apple San Diego iPhone Repair Specialist:

Contact Us:

1-833-Dr Apple

Location:

549 H Street Chula Vista Ca 91910

Hours:

Mon/Tues/Thur/Fri:  10 AM - 6:30 PM

Wednesdays and Saturday: 10 AM - 5:00 PM

Sunday: CLOSED

Common Repairs Include: 

Screen Repair, Battery Replacement, Speakers, Charging issues, Microphone, Buttons, WiFi, GPS, Camera, Sound issues, and Minor Liquid


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  • Open 6 Days A Week
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Button Repair by Dr. Apple San Diego

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Dr. Apple San Diego iPhone Repair, first began repairing and fixing iPhone home buttons in 2008 after iPhone 3G users began to experience issues with their iPhone home button. The introduction of the iPhone 3GS offered a slight improvement of the home button and its durability however home button and on off button failures may still occur after a drop or prolonged usage.  The iPhone 4 home  button sticking is also a common problem after 1.5 years of prolonged usage, and eventually the button may fail and require replacement. The iPhone 4S does feature a small design change of the home button flex cable that has significantly increased durability of the home button and repairs for this are seldom seen as of yet.

Dr. Apple first began fixing iPhone broken shattered screens in 2008 after the release of the iPhone 3G. At that time Apple used a Glass Digitizer which secured to a plastic mid frame by use of adhesive. The LCD (Video Display Portion) was separated from the the glass replacement and secured the the display housing with micro screws. The iPhone 3GS follows the same form factor as the iPhone 3G however most parts are not interchangeable. The introduction of the iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4th Generation brought along a new design change inside and out. The Glass Digitizer on the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S is fused with the LCD, this means that Glass and LCD must be replaced together with an original assembly specific to the carrier. The fact that the LCD and Digitizer are fused has added to increased parts cost but has leveled off in the last year to affordable prices. There is still much risk and labor that goes into an iPhone Screen Repair due to the fact that an entire disassembly and reassembly is necessary to replace the screen on an iPhone 4 or 4S.

*****A complete disassembly of your iphone 4 is necessary to fix a stuck iphone home button, iPhone Power Button Stuck, iPhone buttons not working, iPhone lock button broke, or any broken iPhone button.******


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iPhone Screen Repair by Dr. Apple San Diego:

The iPhone 4 and 4S does infact use a form of gorilla glass however uneven surfaces or prolonged drops may weaken the glass over time and eventually your iPhone glass may shatter before your very eyes. As you may know they are various Do It Yourself Kits for iPhone Screen Replacement online. Most of which promise to be original parts and offer some sort of warranty and if you are lucky they may even throw in a few tools that slightly resemble something made for small children. Or maybe you happen to see a video on YouTube of a kid fixing an iPhone Screen. I'm not going to say its Rocket Science but it does involve a high level of concentration, precautions, a steady hand, patience, good eyesight, and some sort of formidable background in computer hardware assembly. If you do not feel up to the task or would like a truly professional installation for your replacement iPhone glass then Dr. Apple San Diego iPod iPad iPhone Repair is ready to serve you. Dr. Apple first began fixing iPhone broken shattered screens in 2008 after the release of the iPhone 3G. At that time Apple used a Glass Digitizer which secured to a plastic mid frame by use of adhesive. The LCD (Video Display Portion) was separated from the the glass replacement and secured the the display housing with micro screws. The iPhone 3GS follows the same form factor as the iPhone 3G however most parts are not interchangeable. The introduction of the iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4th Generation brought along a new design change inside and out. The Glass Digitizer on the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S is fused with the LCD, this means that Glass and LCD must be replaced together with an original assembly specific to the carrier. The fact that the LCD and Digitizer are fused has added to increased parts cost but has leveled off in the last year to affordable prices. There is still much risk and labor that goes into an iPhone Screen Repair due to the fact that an entire disassembly and reassembly is necessary to replace the screen on an iPhone 4 or 4S.