The iPhone 6 was first introduced to the public September 14, 2014, featuring a larger display, faster processor, upgraded cameras, and NFC support - in essence, the iPhone 6 introduced a newer, higher performing and more functional smartphone from the world's leading technology company. The launch of the iPhone 6 (and its sibling, the iPhone 6 Plus) signaled the biggest technological lead forward in the iPhone model since the release of the original in 2007.

The expansion of the iPhone 6's new screen was introduced as a response to the market, as new competitors were succeeding by offering new, larger displays than previous iPhone models. While the iPhone 5 featured a taller screen, it remained the same width as previous models. The iPhone 6, on the other hand, was a nod to the changes in the market, as it featured a significantly larger 4.7-inch Retina HD Display.

In addition to the larger screen size, the iPhone 6 also introduced NFC support through a mobile payments system called Apple Pay, upgraded LTE and Wi-Fi connectivity, the ability to shoot video in 30, 60, 120, and 240 frames per second, and a repositioned power button at the top of the phone.

Despite all the technological advancements, the iPhone 6 is far from an indestructible device. It's as easy to break or damage as any other mobile device on the market. Whether it's a shattered screen or damaged charging port or broken speakers, iCracked's expert iTechs will come to you whenever, wherever you are and provide an iPhone 6 repair or iPhone 6 screen repair in less than 1 hour, with a lifetime warranty included at no additional fee. iCracked will come to you and fix your iPhone 6 on your schedule, we'll make sure your iPhone is working like it's brand new and out of the box, and we'll get you back to your day without a hassle. Contact us today for a fast and affordable iPhone 6 repair!

Specifications for iPhone 6 Repairs

 

Color options: Space Gray, Gold, Silver

Resolution: 1334 x 750

Storage capacities: 16 to 128GB

CPU: Apple A8 64-bit

Size: 138.1mm x 67.0mm x 6.9mm

RAM: 1GB

Weight: 4.6 oz

Front camera: 1.2MP

Display: 4.7inch Retina HD

Rear camera: 8MP

 

iPhone 6 Repairs 

 

iPhone 6 Screen Repair

If your iPhone suffered a tumble down some stairs, a fall onto the pavement, or any other horrible tragedy, you might have been left with a broken glass screen. Keep your worries at bay, we can fix it.

Charging Port

If your iPhone 6 isn't holding a charge, you might have a faulty cable, some dirt stuck in your charging port, or simply just need a full-on charging port repair.

Microphone

An iPhone without a microphone is no phone at all. Do callers hear muffled, fuzzy, or even no sound from you? There's a good chance you’re in need of a mic iPhone 6 repair.

Headphone Jack

If listening to music has become impossible due to fuzzy or crackling noises in your ear buds, more than likely a headphone jack replacement is in the cards.

Home Button

If your iPhone's home button isn't taking you where you want to be, it's possible you have lint, dirt, or other debris interfering with it. It's just as possible, though, that you require a repair to your home button.

Ear Speaker

A crackling or static noise in your iPhone 6's ear speaker could mean you've got some dust stuck in there, but if cleaning it doesn't work, your next option might be to get the part on your iPhone 6 replaced.

Side Button

The iPhone 6 has many side buttons, and if even just one of them isn't working, it can spell disaster. iCracked has the skills and the expertise to fix what's wrong.

Front/Rear Camera

Blurry photos? Lagging or crashing Camera app? Maybe your lens needs a good scrubbing or your phone needs a reboot. If all else fails, though, you might be in need of an iPhone 6 repair.

Power Button

Pressing a power button shouldn't be a difficult affair, but if it is for you, maybe you need to take a look at what's going on with yours. See if dirt or grime is causing stickiness. If not, let us figure it out.

Loud Speaker

A loud speaker that's making fuzzy or crackling sounds or no sound at all, could mean you're dealing with a broken one. Let's get you moving on the path to your iPhone 6 repair.