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This is the moment a mobile phone repair worker escaped getting hurt after a smartphone allegedly caught fire in his hands.youtube.com Ms Wang, who claimed to have bought her iPhone 6S Plus from the United States, found her phone getting hot and took it to the shop in east China to be fixed. However, the fire and sparkles burst out as soon as the worker opened up the cover of the phone. It is not yet known what caused the incident, and Apple is in touch with the customer to investigate the issue. Previous incidents have often been caused by third party cables, unauthorised repair or external damage. Ms Wang sent her iPhone 6S to a phone repair shop last Sunday as her phone was heating up (left). Share 18 shares Ms Wang told Hangzhou News that the battery of her iPhone 6S Plus had been dying faster than usual.


The handset was also said to have shut down on its own sometimes. She decided to take her phone to the repair shop near Xiangjisi in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, on October 8 after finding it getting hot. The worker told Ms Wang that the battery of her phone had swollen. He suggested its battery be changed.youtube.com Surveillance footage then captures the moment he opened the aluminium case. Smoke and flame can be seen bursting out from the phone after a loud bang. The man quickly threw the phone on the working station and ran away from the desk. However, he said he could not tear off the tape completely due to the swollen battery. The man was not injured but the explosion had set his working station on fire. The fire was quickly put out.


LOS ANGELES, Calif., Nov. 17, 2011 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — iBroken, Inc., the Apple® iPhone, iPod and iPad repair company, is proud to announce the launch of its new mobile repair truck division along with a new company website. Based out of Simi Valley, CA, iBroken has expanded operations at its office/warehouse facility and now has the first mobile iProduct repair vehicle successfully servicing the greater Los Angeles area. "In today’s mobile world, many customers simply cannot be without their phone for a day or two to send it in for repairs. The iBroken truck comes to you, the customer; and repairs are done on-site, usually in about 20 minutes. "Millions are spent every year on iPhone repairs," said Mr. Shuemaker. Broken is working on grabbing a significant piece of the national repair business. Future plans include increasing the mobile repair truck presence in Los Angeles and expanding throughout the nation via iBroken truck franchises. Broken™ hits the streets on November 21, 2011 and is easily traceable via Twitter @iBrokenTruck and Facebook/iBroken. Original Keywords: Brett Shuemaker, ipad repair in Los Angeles, iBroken Inc, mobile iphone repair service, electronics service, Simi Valley California, Apple repair services, iBrokenTruck iBroken, Inc. Los Angeles California LOS ANGELES, Calif.


The owner of an Apple iPhone 7 Plus got a surprising wake-up call earlier this week. Her smartphone was on fire. A video posted on Twitter on Wednesday by Brianna Olivas, an 18-year-old college student in Tucson, Arizona, shows the rose gold iPhone in a clear, melted plastic case sitting on a bathroom basin and billowing smoke. Olivas' boyfriend captured the 21-second clip with his phone. An Apple representative told CNET that the company "is looking into it" and that it talked to Olivas at the Apple Store when she brought in the damaged iPhone. News of a flaming smartphone causes some jitters, particularly following the issues experienced by Apple rival Samsung.


The South Korean company's popular Galaxy Note 7 was pulled from the market after dozens of units caught fire worldwide. Two separate battery flaws were to blame, and Samsung has changed its manufacturing and test processes to catch any future battery problems before devices hit the market. Reports of combustible iPhone batteries have been more isolated, but they have surfaced. In October, an iPhone 7 reportedly caught fire in Australia and destroyed a user's car and an iPhone 6 Plus reportedly flamed out in New Jersey. Apple has previously blamed reported iPhone fires in China on "external damage." As of Friday afternoon, Olivas' iPhone video had been retweeted over 30,000 times. When the iPhone finally came back to life, it stayed on for only a few moments before shutting off again. Olivas plugged the phone in again, and the screen started flashing the Apple logo.


It then went dead and wouldn't turn on again. The next morning, Tuesday, Olivas took the phone to a Sprint store. A tech support worker at the store was able to get the device to turn on, but the screen was an unusual yellow color, she said. Sprint ran diagnostics on the iPhone but found nothing wrong with it. The next morning, things -- er, the phone -- heated up. Olivas said she was asleep when the phone caught fire on a dresser next to her bed. The squealing noises from the smoking phone woke up Olivas, and her boyfriend threw the device into the bathroom. Olivas said. She said she never dropped the phone, and it had no water damage or cracks.


She also used the charger included with the iPhone, not any third party products. And despite some reports, Olivas' case wasn't a special liquid-filled iPhone case but was a clear plastic case. Olivas, who usually sleeps with the phone next to her head. Olivas went back to the Sprint store on Wednesday, where she was then instructed to go to an Apple Store instead. The Apple Store employees examined the phone and replaced it with a new model, as well as replacing Olivas' melted plastic case. Olivas hasn't had any contact with Apple since exchanging the phone on Wednesday. Sprint didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. Mashable reported on the damaged iPhone earlier. First published Feb. 24, 8:43 a.m. Update, 9:46 a.m.: Adds more context and links. 5:10 p.m.: Adds comments from iPhone owner.


Cell phone repair is a seemingly complex affair and seems tricky. You need parts to make repairs obviously and if you're in Canada,LG parts Canadais a great option. Experience is the key that helps fixing a phone, and technicians can gain experience by using the vast resources around them. Certification can be obtained only from private cell phone repair courses. Some people might need to be certified, but distinguished professionals can be found through word of mouth or online reviews. An iPhone or Samsung phone with a broken screen is already warranty voided. Retailers will try and convince you to replace it. However, going to a repair shop will not void the phone warranty and repairing it will be cheaper than replacing it most of the time.


The actual cost varies based on location, but it is usually worth it once you learn how much the value of your device is. The value of flagship devices like the Samsung Galaxy and the iPhone is greatly underestimated. The parts are of high quality and have to be replaced sometimes leading to the misconception. Don't worry, it isn't. While self-sufficiency is something to be encouraged, you should be experienced or extremely confident person to try this. The process is harder than it looks and a technician might be able to get your disassembled phone working again, but it will be frustrating and time consuming. Let the professionals do their jobs. The industry shouldn't be seen as bad because of a few faulty parts. 90% of phone repair shops are owned independently and are small business shops that thrive on community reputation. The industry is at the most, filled with experienced technicians who love to help people. LG Phone Repair Canada is a great option if you're in the area and want an efficient job done.


The moment a smartphone, believed to be a brand new iPhone 7, exploded in a man's hand was captured by CCTV footage. The video, filmed in an unknown location, shows two men casually talking in a phone repair shop. One of the men is scrolling through his phone. Without warning there is a huge burst of light as the phone bursts into a ball of flames in the shop workers hand. The video, filmed in an unknown location, shows the two men casually talking in what appears to be a phone repair shop. He is forced to throw the burning device to the floor while his friend stamps out the flames. The phone appeared to be on charge just before it exploded. The video was posted on video sharing website Flyheight with the caption: ' CCTV footage allegedly shows the new Apple iPhone 7 explode while in a man's hand.


Exploding iPhones were reported in China last month and Apple has confirmed that the iPhone 6S has had battery issues. A replacement programme for affected customers is currently ongoing. His friend is seen stamping out the flames. In December Apple released a statement about several iPhone 6s in China catching fire and said external factors were to blame. She added that Apple was widening its investigation into the power-down issue. An exploding iPhone 7, which was released in September last year, was reported last month by a student in New Jersey who claimed the device caught fire in his back pocket. People with concerns are asked to contact Apple.


Mobile is the device which is now part of the lifestyle and most needful thing as well. If in case it gets damaged then to search a mobile phone repair shop in the USA is a quite difficult task. Mobile accompanies us 24/7 as our assistance, our guide, rout tracker, and perform many crucial functions in our daily life. The Mobile phone is the thing which we need every day. The complexity of the mobile varies with the brand, for every mobile repair skills required are different. Apple is a global brand with complex applicability features and highly stuffed functions. Phone repair is the task performed by the skilled persons only.


With every new launch, apple increases its mobile feature and iPhone repair guide with that mobile to make it easy for the user. Nowadays users can fix an appointment at a mobile shop for their iPhone repair. Every kind of mobile damage has its different solution, specifically iPhone repair is the skilled person’s cup of tea. When you are watching something on high resolution, on crisp screen tablet and accidently it slips down and got damaged then it’s difficult to find tablet repair shop. There are very few tablet repair shops which provide fast turnaround and quality services. Every manufacturer has their tablet with a distinct property; it’s a like hanging on a thread to find one stop solution for your tablet repair. Mobile phone repair shop in USA who provides you solution for the all tablet and other device regarding issue at to halt your search. Phone repair or tablet repair or other device repair under single shelter. If your handset or other device gets damaged then besides losing hope just make a search for mobile phone repair shop in Columbia, MO.


The iPad 2 and the iPhone have become increasingly popular over the last few years. With that has emerged a growing industry of iPhone and iPad 2 repair services. The iPhone and iPad 2 repair service industry has emerged as many consumers have needed iPhone and iPad 2 screen replacements or other objects have broken on their iPad 2 or iPhone such as its buttons. Repair Labs has risen up to fill this need in the iPhone and iPad 2 repair industry. In an online interview the owner of Repair Labs, Sean Hennessy stated: “Here at Repair Labs, iPad repair is our specialty. We have the best certified technicians in the cell phone repair industry to ensure that your iPad will be fixed professionally and immediately. We know you dont want to be without your iPad for any period of time. Mr. Hennessy said in a statement: “iPad screen replacement is another common repair we see; many times the iPad screen (or LCD display) will go white or have discolored lines, making it impossible to properly view your iPad content.


One of the more commonly replaced parts is the iPhone 3G logic board. The iPhone 3G logic board is to the iPhone what a motherboard is to a personal computer; in fact, all Apple computers use the term logic board to describe their equivalent of a motherboard. Like a motherboard, it essentially acts as the heart of an Apple computer or an iPhone, meaning that this is one of, if not the single most important part of an iPhone. When an iPhone 3G logic board has been damaged, users will likely be unable to access any functioning screen on their iPhone.


In many instances, a destroyed board will result in an iPhone displaying a screen that demonstrates that the battery is being charged, followed by a blank white screen, or the inability of users to turn their iPhone on at all. While many users assume that this is an indication of a lethal problem for their iPhone, prompting them to simply discard their phone, users should always consult an iPhone repair expert prior to throwing their phone away. This is especially true if the iPhone in question is in good working condition. Many times, a single (albeit severe) drop can damage a logic board, meaning that a discarded iPhone may be in perfect condition, with the exception of the damaged board. By consulting the advice of an iPhone repair specialist, users with a damaged iPhone 3G logic board can save hundreds of dollars by having it replaced rather than replacing the entire iPhone. In fact, for technically savvy iPhone users, the replacement of an iPhone 3G logic board is a do-it-yourself procedure that deserves some consideration. With a number of used iPhone parts dealers available, and the wealth of information of the internet, many users will be able to purchase a replacement board and perform the installation themselves.


Your iPhone is capable of storing a large amount of different kinds of data - apps, pictures, videos, sound clips, documents and even emails. Though the small device packs a powerful punch, it's still very susceptible to physical damage and lost data. If you're in the unfortunate situation where you lost data on your iPhone, read on for some helpful tips on how to get it back! There are two ways to go about recovering lost iPhone data: the do-it-yourself software recovery method and the spend lots of money and hire a profession option. If you're still able to connect to your iPhone, the first thing you need to do is scan your system and get an overview of what files you have. I recommend using a program called recover4All Pro v2.26.


Last time I checked it's free and available for download online. The full scan could take up to 3 hours, so you will probably just want to connect the iPhone to your computer, load up the software, and let it do its thing. After the scan is complete, sync up to iTunes and click the 'summary' tab; then click 'restore'. This will prompt a message asking you if you'd like to restore your previous settings, to which you should answer 'yes'. Your iTunes will then put all the files back onto your iPhone that were saved last time you synced up.


This is certainly the easy way out; if your phone is damaged and you're unable to connect, you've got a bigger problem. My first recommendation with a damaged iPhone is to take it to your nearest Apple store. Talk to the techs there and see if they can help you recover your data for free. This is a hit or miss situation in my experience; sometimes they can help and sometimes they can't do anything. If they can help you for free, you're in luck. If not, you'll have to search for a professional data recovery services company, which may cost you hundreds of dollars when it's all said and done.


When it comes to iPhone repairs, one has several options to choose from. You can take your damaged iPhone to an Apple store, try fixing the damage yourself, or you can choose to go to a good iPhone repair shop. It is better if you get yourself aware of the benefits of going to an iPhone repair shop. A damaged iPhone, or any other smart phone, is no good if the damage is severe. You certainly won't want getting your smart phone damaged right after you have bought it. But, if you have gotten it damaged somehow, you tend to look for solutions that are comparatively economical and cheaper.


There can be several problems that might arise in your iPhone that need professional handling. The most common way people get their iPhone damaged is by dropping them. This can have very damaging effects on your smart phone. It can even shatter the screen. A shattered screen leaves your iPhone almost useless. Not only an iPhone, but your iPad screen can also face same consequences if dropped. Several iPhone repair shops also deal with other Apple products. An iPad screen replacement can be easily handled by a good technician. Cracking the screen is not the only way in which you can get your iPhone damaged. Imagine the damaged caused if you drop your smart phone in water.


A good professional can fix this problem as well. Going for an Apple store can be very costly, but if you have the original purchase receipt and a warranty that can be availed, then it's no issue. Still, waiting at an Apple store for your turn to come can become quite tiring and repulsive. So, why not go for an iPhone repair shop instead? The service is quick and you get the same quality work done at a cheaper rate. It is often advised that you do not try to fix iPhone damages yourself, unless you are a professional or you have the required skills. Your one single mistake can leave your device useless or can cause further damage. By carrying out the repair yourself, you may create more problems and end up losing more money than before.


With e-commerce startups breaking into eyewear, beauty, shaving, monthly subscriptions products and more, there will be plenty of need for boxes and packaging. That’s where Pakible, a Y Combinator-backed startup, is hoping to come in. Founded by Nick Carson and Phillip Akhzar, who used to work for iPhone and iPad repair startup iCracked, the company makes it simple for any business to prototype and then ship product packaging. While at iCracked, they had done packaging for phone and tablet buyback programs, but found that it was tedious. "It was taking forever," said Carson, who said he’d have to call back and forth between dozens of providers to find the right fit. "It’s a nightmare, and we wanted it to be easy.


We assumed there would be a Teespring for packaging.youtube.com Akhzar added, "Manufacturers have this highly optimized process with machines that produce the packaging. Once everything’s ready to go, they just churn them out rapidly with thousands of units an hour. They’ve invested a lot of money in this. But it doesn’t feel like any of them invested in the customer side of the business to actually help people to get started easily. Carson and Akhzar vowed to each other that they’d tinker with this idea for six months. 40,000 worth of letters of intent. Now, they’re at orders for 800,000 units.


If you go on their website, there’s some online box designer software where you can choose the type and size of packaging and then customize it with your own text, logos and colors. 1 a box, which they emphasize is significantly lower than what you’d get to do a test-run at different individual packaging makers. The point of that pricing is to get customers hooked for larger orders. The company can handle quantities as small as 10 and as large as 10,000 units. They also have an in-house designer for more complex needs like custom logo designs. They have racked up partnerships with many kinds of packaging manufacturers who have different techniques and specialize in lithography or photography. "Part of our vision is to get to that point where people have multiple options. Right now, our products are focused for early starters like companies that are launching their own brands," Carson said, referring to Pakible’s LaunchPAK Series. Among their initial clients are Level Frames, which does on-demand custom-sized framing. Then there’s Sirum, another Y Combinator-backed non-profit that redistributes unused prescription medications.


We've all been there before, the feeling of being lost and disconnected from the rest of the world when your iPhone breaks. While many iPhone repair options could leave you phoneless for a couple weeks and will cost a pretty penny, do-it-yourself iPhone repair is quick, inexpensive, and isn't as difficult as you may think! Whether you need iPhone 4S screen repair, dropped your iPhone in a pool, or, shattered the screen into tiny little pieces, there is an iPhone repair kit for you! In order to fix your iPhone all you need is a trustworthy source for repair parts and a little bit of technology know-how. Certain repair services sell all-inclusive, do-it-yourself kits that contain everything you need to repair your damaged iPhone. High Quality Parts. Make sure you are purchasing the highest quality iPhone parts to fix your device.


The purpose of DIY phone restoration is to save money, so it is extremely important to obtain the parts and tools needed from a trustworthy source. Otherwise, you could end up spending a fortune trying to find quality parts by trial and error. Buying parts that are questionable will only set you back and cost you more in the long run. Phone Specific Tools. Having the right tools is a crucial part of do-it-yourself repair. By attempting to take apart your device without the right tools, chances are your iPhone will end up in worse shape than when you started.


High-quality repair kits come with all of the tools you will need for repair. Detailed Repair Instructions. Comprehensive repair instructions can be the difference between a quick, stress-free (sometimes even fun) repair experience and throwing your phone across the room in frustration. Look for flowcharts or videos that guide you step-by-step through the repair process specific to your problem. Trustworthy Source. Reliable iPhone repair companies will have a customer service support team ready to assist you at all times with any repair problems you may encounter. Look for iPhone repair companies that back their products with a warranty. There are many companies that sell refurbished iPhone parts that could break down the road, so beware! DIY iPhone repair can spare you the grief and save you money when you find yourself with a busted iPhone. Just remember to find an iPhone repair kit that includes the quality guaranteed iPhone repair parts, all the needed repair tools, and detailed instructions. From iPhone 4S repair to battery replacement to screen replacement, you can fix your iPhone with the right tools and parts.


So you have an aging iPhone that's perfectly fine except for one thing: the battery. These days you're lucky to make it to midafternoon before the power gives out. It's a common dilemma. Or perhaps you've noticed another issue? Does your iPhone seem slower than it was before? Turns out there's a reason for that: Apple recently admitted that iOS may impede performance if it detects an older battery. The slowdown is designed to allow older iPhones (iPhone 7, 6S, 6 and SE) to perform tasks without instantaneously shutting down. Now playing: Watch this: Best options to replace your iPhone battery 1:45 Unfortunately, all lithium ion phone batteries lose capacity over time. You'll probably first start to notice it after a year, then really notice it after 18 months. Buying a new phone seems ridiculous, especially given the price.