Yes, you can fix a broken phone during the coronavirus lockdown. See 3 ways to repair it
A cracked iPhone display or faulty Android battery shouldn't make you panic. You can still get your phone repaired. Here are your options.
Accidents happen. Cracking your iPhone's ($699 at Apple) screen or breaking your Android phone's charging port is the last thing any of us wants to worry about right now. Especially with most of us under stay-at-home orders, practicing social distancing and wearing face masks in public during the coronavirus pandemic.
You may be spending more time at home, but chances are you're still texting, watching videos and making more calls than ever from your phone. So what happens if it takes a tumble onto the sidewalk when you're out for a social-distancing walk? What if it slides off the counter top when you're making dinner? What if it just starts acting buggy?
Normally you might pop into a retail store, but in an effort to stem the spread of the COVID-19 disease, retail stores across the country have closed, including Apple Stores, and wireless carriers have closed the majority of their brick-and-mortar stores, too. So where do you go to get your phone repaired? You still have several options to get it fixed.
Fixing a broken iPhone
If your iPhone isn't physically broken, and you're experiencing software or performance issues, use the Apple Support app to talk to an employee who can help troubleshoot your issue. The app allows the support representative to run diagnostic reports and guide you through any potential fixes.
For physical damage or an unresponsive device that needs to be fixed or replaced, you can find iFix Sobe at 1454 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL, 33139 or check out the website for schedule and appointments www.ifixsobe.com
Located in Miami Beach they will fix any problem you may encounter with your iPhone and that's guaranteed.