It is annoying or even impossible to use the phone with a bad iPhone Charging port.
Our skilled technicians will do iPhone 5 Charging Port replacement while you waiting, using quality parts only.
Your device will function like new after iPhone 5 Charging Port fix in Richmond, VA has been completed.
If your iPhone 5 can’t charge or exchange files via the Lightning (charging) port, that’s probably because the port is broken. After years of constant use of your iPhone 5, you charged the device several hundred times. You may have also loaded tons of content using the Lightning port. And, maybe, some liquid infiltrated inside and played its part in damaging the pins and port.
The broken charging port is arguably the third most often reason why iPhone 5 stops working properly. (The other two are shattered screen and worn-out battery.) Still, there’s no need to ditch your iPhone 5 and spend $800-$1200 on a new device.
You can ask our technicians to replace the charging port for you. But you can instead repair the charging port yourself. With the last option, you’ll also have to consider buying half a dozen additional tools besides the connector itself.
Qualitative & fast iPhone 5 charging port replacement
If you don’t want to waste time waiting while your five-point security screwdriver, razor blade, suction cup, and other tools arrive, just contact Mr.Fix. Not only will you avoid buying new tools for just one repair, but you’ll also get the charging port replaced in no time.
Besides, replacing the charging port on an iPhone 5 isn’t the easiest labor. You don’t want to meticulously take the device to pieces only to occasionally break something when you reach the internals. You’d have to remove the front panel (LCD screen with several other components), the battery, and only then do you get access to the port.
Mr.Fix technicians will be extremely cautious not to poke a hole in the battery as the battery may burn out. Extreme attention will be paid not to damage the logic board and many tiny connectors inside the gadget.
Hopefully, we’ve given enough information to help you decide. You can take an opportunity to replace your iPhone 5 charging port really fast or you can wait for a couple of days before you can replace the port yourself. In the modern world, however, it’s often best to have your smartphone repaired as soon as possible.