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Broken Headphone Jack

Broken Headphone Jack

iDoctor sees a wide variety of issues with iPhones and iPads. One of the most common is headphone jack malfunction. This can range from lint being jammed in the port, headphone jack broken off inside, to the jack simply not responding any longer.Headphone jacks breaking off inside the port is by far ...
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Button Repair

Button Repair

iPhones and iPad buttons have the tendency to stop working. Sometimes they click but don't fire, and sometimes they won't even click. The causes can vary widely. iPhone 5 series phones will have the power button stop working for no reason. A couple years ago there was even a recall (now expired) for ...
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iPhone Camera Lens Repair

iPhone Camera Lens Repair

A common issue we see at iDoctor is the rear camera lens on iPhones being broken. With the newer models having protruding lenses, they break much easier than generations past. Some people choose to simply pick the glass out and have no lens. This isn't the best idea if you enjoy your camera. The len ...
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iPhone Charging issues

iPhone Charging issues

Does your iPhone charge to a certain percentage, then stop? Does it go from 100 down to 55 (or similar) spontaneously? Or, perhaps your iPhone battery just doesn't last that long anymore. You are not alone. Often times the battery needs to be replaced in the phone. Bring it to iDoctor and we can che ...
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iPhone Charge Ports

iPhone Charge Ports

Are you having a hard time getting your iPhone to take a charge? Does the charge cable just not go in all the way, or do you have to hold it in a "special" way to get a charge to take? You are not alone. Everyday iDoctor sees people come in with similar issues. Often times people have been delaying ...
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Waterproofing Test

Waterproofing Test

What's more fun then testing a new product offering? Aside from a day on the boat, we can't think of anything - so iDoctor is pleased to bring you the results of our recent waterproofing test.On Friday we waterproofed our in-house iPhone 6. The iPhone had no known issues, had never been exposed to l ...
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Tis’ the season

Tis’ the season

Holiday greetings from iDoctor! We wish you the happiest of holidays this season and wanted to give everyone a friendly reminder to make a habit of backing up their content to a computer regularly.With memories being made at holiday parties, family gatherings, and just festive events - many picture ...
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OsX tip – Signatures on PDF

OsX tip – Signatures on PDF

Looking for an easy way to insert your signature into that bloodletting contract sent from some lawyer? Free your mind and the rest will follow.Instead of writing this in my own words, here is a nifty link that was well written. Enjoy! ...
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Change your passwords!

Change your passwords!

Recently there have been a few articles about the Heartbleed bug that compromised programs that allow for our passwords to be stolen and accounts accessed (good way to avoid the topic of the 3am Facebook post last Saturday!). Here is a link to one of those articles, with a list of websites that are ...
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Restricting iDevice Access

Restricting iDevice Access

With technology becoming engrained in our daily lives we find that yesterday's problems are now solved... As any new fad takes society by storm a segment of society has to adapt - and goes crazy doing so. Yes, the parents. Parenting is tough. Many of the same challenges exist today that were around ...
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