Hitting the market in September 2014, the iPhone 6 was launched in partnership with the larger format iPhone 6 Plus. These two new smartphones replaced the iPhone 5s, and the iPhone 6 was noted for having a larger display (4.7 inches compared to 4), better cameras and battery life, a faster processor and better Wi-Fi and LTE connectivity than the earlier models. Fans were delighted with the new iPhone, considering it a considerable leap forward in smartphone technology, and it gave Apple iPhones an edge in a market that was demanding ever-larger handsets with larger displays.
The size of the phone and of the display were not the only visible changes – on the iPhone 6, the power button had been relocated to the side of the phone near the top, making it less susceptible to contamination from the user’s hands. Changes not apparent to the naked eye were the introduction of near field communications (NFE) support for Apple Pay, and the ability of the camera to shoot films in 30 to 240 frames per second. The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus combined managed to set a record for Apple iPhones, when pre-orders exceeded 4 million within the first 24 hours it was on sale.
The higher the technology of a smartphone such as the iPhone 6, the more likely it is that something will go wrong, no matter how much you love and care for it. From the battery not holding a charge to dropping the phone and cracking the screen, or the camera failing to function properly – if the worst happens to you, there is help at hand from iTechnician. Our iTechs love everything Apple, and they are the real experts at delivering rapid, on-demand repair services for your iPhone 6. They can fit a new battery or do a screen replacement in under one hour, and if you can’t get to the repair centre, they can come to you at your work or home. There’s no need to manage without your iPhone 6 – get a free, no-obligation quote from one of our iTechs, and put the repair into their capable hands today.
iPhone 6 repair costs vary and are constantly changing. We will keep updating this page so you can get an idea on what you should be paying for repairs in your area.