iPhone 8 Repairs
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The Device Shop has the ability to fix water damaged iPhone 8 as well. Between our expert technicians and state-of-the-art Drybox®, there’s a good chance we can get your water damaged iPhone 8 back to life.
What to do if your iPhone 8 has water damage:
- DO NOT under any circumstance charge your phone.
- Turn your device off immediately
- Bring it into one of our locations as quick as you can. Time is of the essence.
iPhone 8 Repair Services
The iPhone 8 is the 8th iPhone released by Apple. The iPhone 8 was announced on September 12, 2017 and screens, power buttons, and batteries began breaking soon after.
The models are as follows: A1863, A1905, & A 1906
The parts across for these models are the same and most repairs can be fixed within an hour. The Device Shop offers iPhone 8 screen replacements in just 20 minutes using original LCDs and flex cables.
The iPhone 8 is also known to have poor battery life. The battery on the iPhone 8 can be changed in less than 15 minutes.
The Device Shop also is easily able to replace the dock connector on the iPhone 8 in about 30 minutes.
If your iPhone 8 Camera doesn’t open, has spots, or is blurry you may need a new camera. The Device Shop can fix that as well. Bring it in so we can diagnose it, and if we can fix it, we’ll have you in and out in 30 minutes. We can also replace the glass camera lens on the back of the camera.
iPhone 8 Screen Replacements are the most common repair preformed by The Device Shop. Average Repair time is about 20 minutes and appointments are suggested.
For pricing and availability of the iPhone 8 screen replacement please call the Times Square location at 212-869-0458.
The iPhone 8 battery replacement takes about 15 minutes. If your device shuts off randomly, looses charge quickly, and you don’t get at least 5 hours of constant use, a battery replacement may be in store.
For current pricing and availability of the iPhone 8 battery, please call the Times Square location at 212-869-0458.
The iPhone 8 Dock Connector / iPhone 8 Charge Port regulates several important components of your iPhone.
First and foremost it regulates the charge. If your iPhone 8 won’t charge, or charges intermittently, there are several steps to take before you come to The Device Shop. Try different chargers and see if your charging cable is going all the way into your device. It should sit flush against your phone and the charge should be constant. If it’s not sitting flush there may be something blocking it, often times lint. If you have a tweezer you can try to get it out yourself, but be careful not to damage any pins.
For current pricing and availability of the iPhone 8 dock connector / charging port please call the Times Square location at 212-869-0458
iPhone 8 Water Damage repair can be tricky to fix. Whatever you do, DO NOT CHARGE YOUR PHONE.
Once you retreive your device and realize it’s gotten wet, turn the device off immediately. It’s very important you bring your device to one of your locations as quickly as possible, as time is of the essence. Once you bring the device in, first thing we’ll do and open it up and see if there is any liquid still inside the device. If it is, we’ll stick it in our DryBox® to remove any excess liquid. Once the device is completely dried out, we’ll go through a series of steps to try to power on your iPhone 8.
If we’re able to power on your device without replacing any parts, the cost would be $74.99 + tax.
If it does not turn on after drying it out, we’ll try a combination of a new screen, a new battery, charge port, cameras etc. as it could be any number of issues causing the device not to power on. The cost of the replacement parts are listed above, depending on what needs to be replaced.
It’s also important to note that we do not offer a warranty on iPhone 8 water damage repairs. Even if the device turns on and is functioning properly, residual issues can appear. The Device Shop is not responsible for any residual damages.
The iPhone 8 Back Camera replacement is generally required when the camera shutter doesn’t open, or the app is crashing automatically. You may be able to toggle the front camera, but could freeze on the back camera.
The iPhone 8 Back Camera is $59.99 + tax to replace and takes about 20 minutes.