Don’t you just hate it when your iPhone starts acting up? We do, too. That’s why we’ve put together this essential guide to help you fix all the common (and some less common) iPhone issues.
These fixes will be quicker than going to an Apple Store and waiting for a Genius Bar appointment, and it won’t cost you a dime.
In this guide we’ll look at, and tell you how to fix the following iPhone problems:
OLEDs are generally better but LCDs are cheaper.
The higher the numbers, the better — generally.
Measured in milliampere hours. The larger the number, the better.
Measured in gigabytes, more RAM allows phones to handle more tasks at once.
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