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Modesto's Budget Cell Phone Repair repairs all iPhones: Whether you have the latest iPhone 7 or an older model such as the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 4S, iPhone 3GS or iPhone 3G, our repair services provide you with the finest quality and the fastest repair times in the Modesto area. We do iPhone screen repair, broken glass, cracked screen, iPhone batteries, iPhone charging ports, home buttons, headphone jacks, antennas, Apple phone Repair, screen replacement. So whether its a broken screen or something more involved we can handle your iPhone issues and get your phone back in service.

Now that we’re all tied to our smartphones, it’s particularly frustrating when they no longer work. Suddenly you’re cut off from your world, unable to talk, text, search, and, perhaps worst of all, play your favorite game. So, what if your iPhone jumps out of your hands and hits the pavement and or decides to go for a swim? Should you repair it on your own or hire and expert? This depends on your level of electronics knowledge and the tools you have available. While iPhone screen repair, or cracked screen replacement is not something Budget Cell Phone Repair recommends the layperson attempt, if the problem is not obvious—that is if the screen was not cracked by being dropped—there are a few things that you could try before bringing it in to our Modesto shop. You could try powering your iPhone down and turning it back on to reset the software—checking the screen to see if it works afterwards. You could even try charging the iPhone overnight, but unless you have worked as an electronics repair tech recently it is not a good idea to attempt a iPhone repair yourself. Cell phone components are easy to break, and you always run the risk of causing further damage to your iPhone when you take it apart. Professional diagnosis and repair is the best option for most phone issues. So, whether you dropped your iPhone, your pet knocked it off the table, or it’s a complete mystery, Modesto's Budget Cell Phone Repair can restore your iPhone to its former glory.

Not all iPhone repair shops are the same. Budget Cell Phone Repair is your trusted iPhone Repair Professional. We repair all models of Apple iPhone and have the experience and tools to do it fast and well. Don’t take your iPhone to shops that use cheap knock-off parts and lack the experience to do the job right. Budget iPhone Repair uses only quality OEM parts made for your iPhone and gets the repair done same day. With Professional & Affordable Same Day Service, 7 Day a week 9am-9pm Availability, and Free Diagnostic why take your iPhone repair work anywhere else? We can fix any iPhone problem but we specialize in iPhone Screen Repair and iPhone display issues. Whatever the display issue: Cracked screen, White screen, Red Screen, Blue screen, Rainbow Screen, Black Screen, No display, Ink spots, Bleeding LCD we can diagnose and repair the problem. Bring your phone into our Modesto shop today and experience top notch service.

The iPhone 7 &
7 Plus

The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus were released on September 16, 2016. These became the latest iPhone installment and replaced the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus as the most current iPhones on the market. The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are similar in size and shape to the iPhone 6S, but there are new color options, a new home key, a quad-core system-on-chip, improved graphics, performance, and cameras with enhanced zoom. Much has been made of screen improvements to this model. Some of the many complaints are that there just are not that many serious improvements that make an upgrade worthwhile for everyone, the jet-black version scratches easily, the click-free home button is strange, and there is no headphone jack only a dongle compatible wired headphones. In addition only the larger 7 Plus model has the cool dual camera system.

The iPhone 6S &
iPhone 6S Plus

The iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus were announced on September 9, 2015, to be the updated versions of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus of 2014 and were Apples flagship phone models until September 7, 2016 when they were replaced by the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. As one might expect the iPhone 6S models are similar to the 6 models but updated hardware, including a more rugged frame and upgraded logic board There is also a 12-megapixel camera, and improved fingerprint reader. Maybe the most notable the new feature was "3D Touch". This tech allows pressure-sensitive touch inputs.

The iPhone 6 &
iPhone 6 Plus

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were announced on September 9, 2014, and released on September 19, 2014. The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were a significant change to the iPhone 5S. They were wider, larger, and easier to use than the previous iPhone 5s. The larger 4.7 and 5.5 inch displays were the most talked about feature change but there was a faster processor, better cameras, improved Wi-Fi connectivity and more. The reviews were over all positive but there were also some serious issues. "Bendgate" was the name for a design flaw making the phone easy to bend under pressure. A byproduct of this called "touch disease" happens when this pressure unplugs the internal components making the phone insensitive to touch. The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus became the mid-range of Apple's iPhone lineup when the new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus were released in 2015.

iPhone 5s &
iPhone 5c

iPhone 5s & iPhone 5c were released on September 20, 2013. The iPhone 5S included major system upgrades but looks much like the iPhone 5 it replaced. The new phone had Touch ID. This was a new technology using a fingerprint recognition system to unlock the phone and authenticate purchases. There was an entirely updated camera system that was much improved and the first 64-bit dual-core processor in a smartphone. EarPods came with the iPhone 5S. Some criticized the iPhone 5S for its small display size and there were security concerns about Apple’s Touch ID system. The iPhone 6 in September 2014 would have a larger display size.

The iPhone 5

The iPhone 5 was the sixth generation iPhone, and released on September 21, 2012. The iPhone 5 was the first iPhone to be completely developed with the leadership of Tim Cook. It featured an aluminum-based frame that was lighter than previous models, the Apple A6 system-on-chip, and a smaller dock connector. It also had the new Sony made 8MP Camera. The phone was well received but there were complaints about, among other things, camera issues and the new connector making old model accessories incompatible. The phone broke many records for sales however. It was difficult to keep them in stock at first. The preorders sold roughly twenty times faster as the previous models.

The iPhone 4S

The iPhone 4S was the fifth generation of Apple’s iPhone. Its media coverage coincided the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. The "S" stood for Siri a personal assistant software that was to be included in future generations of the iPhone. New features included the Apple A5 chipset, and the 8-megapixel camera with video recording capability. It also had iOS 5 Apple's new mobile operating system. Reception to the iPhone 4S was good. New features like Siri, the improved camera, and better processing speeds made it attractive to smartphone and tech critics. It was replaced in the Apple iPhone line by the iPhone 5 on September 12, 2012. The iPhone 4S was discontinued officially on September 9, 2014, with the announcement of the iPhone 6. The iPhone 4S continues to be sold at low prices in some countries. The iPhone 4S was the last iPhone to have the original iPhone 30 pin connector later replaced by the Lightning Connector on the iPhone 5.

The iPhone 4

The iPhone 4 smartphone was first unveiled on June 7, 2010, and was released on June 24, 2010, in the It was the 4th generation iPhone, succeeding the 3GS. Apple's CEO Steve Jobs claimed the new phone was the thinnest smartphone in the world; the frame was made of stainless steel. The iPhone 4 had the new high-resolution "Retina Display", A4 system-on-chip with the iOS 4 operating system, and a screen pixel density of 326 pixels per inch. The iPhone 4 also had a front-facing camera. The iPhone 4 received a good reception, but there were issues with its new antenna causing the device to lose its cellular signal. The iPhone 4 had the longest lifespan of any iPhone. The iPhone 4 continued in production until 2013 and was available in some countries until early 2014.

The iPhone 3G

The iPhone 3G is the second generation of the iPhone and was announced on June 9, 2008. The iPhone 3G introduced GPS, 3G data, and tri-band UMTS/HSDPA. The device had the OS 2.0 operating system. This phone was the first to use the App Store—Apple's new third-party application marketplace. On July 11, 2008, Apple released the iPhone 3G and after the release of the iPhone 3GS model one year later, the iPhone 3G became Apple's budget iPhone.

The Original iPhone

The "iPhone" was the first smartphone released from Apple. The iPhone was released on June 29, 2007. The phone featured quad-band GSM cell connectivity, and for data transfer, GPRS and EDGE support. On June 9, 2008, Apple announced the iPhone 3G. Since June 11, 2013, the original iPhone has been considered "obsolete" in Apple retail stores and Apple does not service products it deems obsolete. In 2005, Steve Jobs had the idea for a multi-touch touchscreen that would interface with a computer in such a way that we could type, removing the need for a physical keyboard and mouse, the same as a tablet; later he wanted to implement this on mobile phones. He assembled a team and began in 2005. The original iPhone was announced by Jobs on January 9, 2007. Jobs claimed that "today, Apple is going to reinvent the phone."

Sales of the new
iPhone 7 &
7 Plus

There seems to be evidence that iPhone sales on the newest of the line, the iPhone 7, are not moving in the direction Apple would like. Ming-Chi Kuo at KGI Securities has posted that lower shipments are dragging down sales. Apple has declined to reveal how many iPhones were sold on the first weekend. This policy of limited supply for the latest installment of a product that often breaks sales records does not paint a good picture. While most phone makers would love to sell the volume that Apple does it appears that for Apple the current trend is a movement backward. As Apple has so much invested in the iPhone series and so much of their business is built around iPhones this is not the best news for the company or its investors. Has the iPhone peaked, or worse, has it lost favor in the market? These are questions that many are asking. But before we begin to think of the iPhone as the next Blackberry we should use caution. Sales are always in flux. In the end we have to ask one thing: is it a good phone. We believe the answer is yes.

Since the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus were released on September 16th there has been much to talk about. To no ones surprise the general size and shape of Apple’s newest offerings are nearly the same as their predecessors. There is a virtual (no click) home button, a quad-core system-on-chip, improved graphics, improved performance, cameras with enhanced zoom, and there is the removal of the headphone jack. As one might expect there have also been some strong opinions about a couple of these changes.

In particular the removal of the headphone jack has been controversial. While the phone comes with a dongle that is compatible with headphones some complain that this reduces functionality. What if one wants to charge their phone while they listen to music? To do this one either has to buy new wireless headphones or a special rather clumsy adapter. The fact that Apple does not include this adapter with such an expensive phone does not seem to improve matters. Nor did it improve matters that in the self-aggrandized explanation of this choice Apple claimed that it was a ‘courageous’ move on their part. The fact remains that this was not merely an aesthetic move. It did improve the phones water resistance to some extent. On the topic of ear pods Apple has acknowledged a problem with the volume controls stop working and says that this will be addressed on the next iOS 10 update.

Another complaint has been that only the larger 7 Plus model has the cool dual camera system. Battery life has also been the topic of many criticisms. It seems that many report that the battery life of their new iPhone 7 or 7 Plus does not compare favorably to their old 6 or 6s model. There are complaints that the jet-black version scratches easily and has a tendency to collect dust oils and grime. There is also what has been dubbed “hissgate”. Many users have noted a distinct hissing sound while the phone is in use. This is said to be more pronounced if you put your ear to the back Apple logo. On the plus side the click-free virtual home button is easier to use and one less working part that can be damaged. There are cool new color options, a quad-core system-on-chip, improved graphics, improved performance, and cameras with enhanced zoom. So, while there may be fewer early adopters this time around, you can bet this time next year there will be plenty of iPhone 7’s in the mix.

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Are you having a problem with your iPhone? Modesto's Budget Cell Phone Repair is your full service iPhone repair shop. Our professional technicians are available 9am-9pm seven days a week. We are affordable, and we offer you same day service, and a free diagnostic service. Our iPhone repair services provide you with the finest quality and the fastest repair times in the Modesto area. So whether its Broken Screens, Cracked Screens, Power Buttons, Home Buttons, Batteries, Charging Ports, or Headphone jacks we can handle your iPhone issues and get your phone back in service.