At Dr. Gadget we want to help you to understand how your phone works and exactly what’s going on when you bring your iPhone or iPad in for service. While some repairs may be self limiting, such as a cracked screen or spareparts replacement issues, the motherboard has much more impact on the total function of your phone. Let our technicians examine your iPhone or iPad today for the best care for your device along with reliable service without hidden fees.
What is a motherboard?
The motherboard is the main computer center of your phone. Many essential functions can be found here including some sound components, the memory, display functions and so much more. This main station is where your iPhone or iPad receives and process commands to surf the web, turn on or off, access apps, and other functions you may rely on daily.
What is an IC?
An IC or integrated circuit is a small circuit attached to your motherboard. Each is responsible for its own function and may communicate with other IC’s on the board as well. In essence these tiny circuits serve as relays on the motherboard to communicate information to the correct areas of your phone to accomplish each task you want to complete.
What types of problems could occur with the motherboard or IC’s?
- Nonfunctioning touchscreen
- Faulty camera function
- A grey button appears on the Wifi icon - Cannot detect Wifi
- iPhone/ iPad suddenly can’t charge or won’t turn on no matter what is done after several spare parts replacement.
- The iPhone or iPad may remain stuck in iTunes continuously in many cases
This of course is not a complete list of problems that could occur with your iPhone or iPad. Yet these problems are quite common in many cases of incorrect repair or inappropriate spare parts. When you take your iPhone or iPad to other service repair centers you risk damaging your phone beyond repair. Trust your device to Dr. Gadget for the best spare parts and expert repairs. While we are the best in the business, we usually cannot fix the damage that other shops had caused when you take your iPhone or iPad to other service providers first. Contact Dr. Gadget directly for the best repairs for your iPhone or iPad today !