The BatteryGate Timeline

In December 2017, after more than a year of reliability issues and speculation, Apple confirmed that they were intentionally slowing iPhone performance in an attempt to prevent phone-crashing power spikes. Essentially, they were applying a software band-aid on a hardware issue. Wireless World iPhone Repair called the conflict “Batterygate”.

Right to Repair is Front Page Again

Just three weeks into the new year, Wireless World has discovered Right to Repair laws are being proposed across the country. These laws would restore our ability to fix the things we own by making parts, manuals, and diagnostic software available to consumers and independent repair shops such as Wireless World iPhone Repair. The fight is being waged coast-to-coast, with small mom-and-pop shops up against some of the most profitable corporations in the history of the world.

BatteryGate is Over, but the Need for Battery Replacements is Still There

Another year, another “gate.” It’s become an unexpected tech industry tradition to be accused of a major design flaw after the launch of a flagship device, and Apple has gotten the lion’s share of the attention with Antennagate. Bendgate. Flexgate. While these scandals received public backlash, they were quickly resolved and forgiven without much financial penalty to Apple according to Wireless World iPhone Repair. That was until Batterygate—the gate that slowed every iPhone owner in their tracks. Literally.

Is Apple Sabotaging iPhone Repairs?

Apple’s iOS 12.1.4 update for iPhones ranks among the most anticipated mid-cycle software releases in its history. But while it brings much-needed closure to the painful batterygate “throttling” debacle, it also comes with a bagful of new problems for iPhone repair shops such as Wireless World

Do You Need a Tempered Glass Screen Protector for your iPhone?

Our iPhones are devices that we can’t live without anymore. It’s no wonder that we can’t imagine our day without these things. But, what if something happens to your precious phone’s display? How will you be able to use it? We have wondered the same, so Wireless World has decided to explore the screen protector market and how they help protect your iPhone screen from breaking!

Don’t Put Your iPhone in Rice. Rice is for Dinner.

Wireless World says liquid damage in electronics is a bit like egg yolks on a plate after you eat: on Sunday morning, it’s relatively easy to wash off. Dried egg yolks on the plate on Sunday night—now that’s a different story! The same thing happens with water/liquid damage in your iPhone.

How to Fix the Most Common Problems with iPad Air Repairs

Wireless World technicians are here to answer the most common questions about how to fix common problems with Apple iPad Air repair process. Depending on the device, mobile phone and tablet repairs can be a tedious process. Troubleshooting is a vital part of both diagnosing a broken part, and discovering what step was missed after repair. Relax, we are here to make your life easier!

The Pros & Cons of the iPhone XS

After the success of iPhone X, Apple released iPhone XS on September 2018. As the name infers, it’s an upgrade to the iPhone X having same overall design and major features, with a handful of big improvements and new and better enhancements. Here is what Wireless World has found to be the pros and cons of the iPhone XS for iPhone repair.

Apple’s Attempts to Kill Thousands of Independent Businesses

Here at Wireless World, we were shocked to find out the cell phone repair business is estimated to be a $4 billion  industry (yes, Billion!).  A big portion of those repairs are done by 3rd party repair shops – and Apple hopes to put an end to that.

How to Disable iPhone Battery Throttling with the New iOS 12.1

With Apple’s most recent operating system update, you now have the ability to check your battery’s health and disable iPhone battery throttling. Continue reading for information from Wireless World to learn how you can check your beloved iPhone’s battery performance and avoid needing an iPhone repair.