iPhone Repair St Albans

If you are unsure which model you have, there will be a model number on the back; see model numbers below. If you cannot find the repair you are looking for, feel free to call 01727 261112 for inquiries on iPhone repair St Albans.

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iPhone 6s
Model number on the back cover:iPhone repair St Albans
A1633, A1688, A1700

iPhone 6s Plus
Model number on the back cover:
A1634, A1687, A1699

iPhone 6
Model number on the back cover:
A1549, A1586, A1589

iPhone 6 Plus
Model number on the back cover:
A1522, A1524, A1593

iPhone 5s
Model number on the back cover:
A1453, A1457, A1518, A1528, A1530, A1533

iPhone 5c
Model number on the back cover:
A1456, A1507, A1516, A1529, A1532

iPhone 5
Model number on the back cover:
A1428, A1429, A1442

iPhone 4s
Model number on the back cover:
A1431, A1387, A1387

iPhone 4
Model number on the back cover:
A1349, A1332

For more information visit the Apple Support Page

Service and After Sale Support

We can resolve many iPhone issues quickly and easily and usually for free, for example microphone, charging port and speaker issues. A friendly member of staff will clean these components for you free of charge as they can easily get blocked up.

We endeavor to carry out repairs without loss of data. However it is the customers responsibility to keep data safe and backed up.

We give 6 months warranty on all repairs apart from water damage repairs because latent damage can cause future failure. Phones that have previously been water damaged are also not covered by warrenty.

Soon we will be offering original quality screen replacements for iPhones. These will essentially be original screens that have been re-manufactured. The broken glass is removed from a working LCD. A new glass is then, as close to original as possible (oleophobic etc), is fitted to the display panel. Therefore giving repair indistinguishable from the original. Watch this space!