We’re always told to expect the unexpected. Well, we went against the grain with that one. We expect the expected. Somehow, people’s phones and water always seem to mix. New phones, old phone, red phones, and white phones. It’s almost as if phones and water are meant to be together. The thing the really sucks is that electronics and water don’t mix.
With the new outbreak(yes….outbreak), of Verizon iPhone 4’s on the market, we know there will be an outbreak of Verizon iPhone 4 repair following closely behind. We’re locked, stocked, and loaded as the first round of the verizon iPhones are hitting our loading docks and in need of some desperate repair.
This morning we had a water damaged Verizon iPhone 4 graciously enter our doors, tripped sensors and all. The very distraught customer asked us to take particularly good care of their phone when she ordered our Verizon iPhone 4 Water Damage repair, while we assured her that it is in good hands, and we’ll treat it as if it was our own.
Exposing the back was a tangled web of tiny screws and obstacles that Apple undoubtedly made more difficult than needed to prevent people that want to tamper with the insides of their phones. I’ll agree with Apple and them standing behind the idea that if you’re not sure what you’re doing, don’t mess with it. Pentalobular screws, some more tiny screws, and some more tiny screws that sit inside other tiny screws.
We’re going to advise you, this is not something you’re going to want to undertake yourself. You will get lost, you will get mixed up. We took a bit of time to put together strategic method for those in need of DIY iPhone repair. We’ll be following up with that here shortly.
We wish all iPhones were created equal, but fortunately, our technologically advanced society and the nature of competition(even within a company), drives new generations to be quicker, faster, and stronger(sometimes). iPhone 2g < iPhone 3G < iPhone 3Gs < iPhone 4 <= Verizon iPhone 4.
Should you be in need of fixing you Verizon iPhone 4, please, don’t attempt to do-it-yourself. If you insist, we’d be happy to give you some tips on how to not loose your screws and make sure everything goes back together the way it was originally.