iPhones are unquestionably the best mobile device when it comes to offering smooth and fluid performance. They also have the best cameras to capture the adorable koalas at Lone Pine and the smoothest interface to give you directions to QAGOMA. That isn’t to say that Apple’s most-noted machine hasn’t had its fair share of problems.
When updating to the latest iOS, transferring data from an old iPhone to a new iPhone, or launching any new app on their device, iPhone owners can experience a variety of issues. There are many reasons for iPhone issues, ranging from hardware/software problems to a simple bug in iOS that may need to be rectified.
Fortunately, there are a few solutions that service providers for iPhone repair in Brisbane use to resolve frequent iPhone issues.
1. Black Screen
A black screen on your iPhone can be the result of hardware problems resulting from dropping your phone, accidentally getting water in/on it, or software problems like installing a virus.
To resolve the problem, start by trying to charge your iPhone. This is to rule out the battery as the issue. If it isn’t a battery problem, force-restart your phone by pressing the power button. Doing this will not erase the data on your device.
If force restarting doesn’t work either, you can restore your iPhone to factory settings using iTunes. However, doing this WILL erase all your data, so unless you have a backup, the next best thing to do would be to take it to a professional who deals with iPhone repair in Brisbane.
2. Not Connecting to Any Wi-Fi
Did you spot Brisbane while watching San Andreas on your iPhone? Great! But imagine your disappointment when the movie halts abruptly because your WiFi got disconnected? Some of the iOS updates often lead to users complaining about not being able to connect their phone to any Wi-Fi. Your first step should be to restart your iPhone and verify your Wi-Fi connection. You should be able to connect to Wi-Fi when the phone has rebooted.
If a simple restart doesn’t work, then check that your router is in working order and that the firmware is up to date. It should also be compatible with Apple products. If the problem persists, then selecting the ‘Reset Network Settings’ option in the iPhone’s Settings menu should do the trick.
If not, go to your Settings → Wi-Fi, then scroll down to the bottom of the screen to change the HTTP proxy to “auto”.
Overheating is probably not new to the people in Brisbane, and neither is it to your iPhone.
If your iPhone overheating is a recurring problem, the best thing to do would be to remove any phone cases and/or accessories on your iPhone and keep it away from direct sunlight. Also, make sure that you turn on Airplane Mode for a while to give your iPhone some rest while it cools down.
Never charge your phone while it’s still hot. If the problem persists, upgrade to the most recent iOS or simply ‘Reset All Settings.’
4. Battery Drain
You’re clicking a pretty picture at Rocks Riverside Park when your phone dies and kills the mood. One of the most prevalent issues that all iPhone users around the world complain about is the rapid battery drain.
The most typical cause of battery life problems is an iOS update. So the iPhone battery performance can just be improved by doing a quick factory reset and disabling auto-updates for iOS. Limiting the use of power-intensive apps is also a good idea for people with much older iPhones.
Rule Of Thumb
As a general rule of thumb, with any problem that occurs, a simple restart or reset should ideally fix your issue. However, if simple, intuitive fixes do not resolve your problem, then you must take your device to a professional who deals with iPhone repair in Brisbane. For a device as precious and as handy as an iPhone, you don’t have to hesitate when it comes to get it serviced now and then.