iPhone 7 Plus Lightning Dock Repair



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Since the iPhone 7 Plus does not have a headphone jack, users have to use the Lightning Dock to make a wired audio connection. While Apple says that this port and its connections have been reinforced to stand up to this double-duty, we still anticipate receiving more orders for malfunctioning Lightning Dock connectors. If your iPhone 7 Plus is charging slowly or not at all, and the battery is not the issue (see our FREE diagnostic test), or connected headphones won’t produce any sound, iFixYouri is here to help.


While the iPhone 7 Plus is built to Apple’s exceptional standard of quality, any electronic device can break with overuse. The Lightning Dock on the iPhone 7 Plus will receive double the use compared to previous iPhone models, and the repeated use can bend or break parts of the charging port, leading to slow or no charging, or lack of sound coming from wired headphones.


As a major electrical component, broken Lightning Dock connectors can lead to other problems: the loudspeaker acting up, the microphone not functioning, and more. We’ll pinpoint any related problems with our thorough diagnostic tests.


Physical trauma, water contact, dirt/corrosive deposits all can cause malfunction. Our technicians will provide a detailed repair quote if any other issues are discovered.


Our replacement parts are always of the highest quality and include a 90-day warranty for everything but accidental damage.


A tracking number is provided so you will always know when your device will arrive back to you in perfect working condition.

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