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Wednesday, April 11, 2018

If you have an iPhone 8 with iOS 11.3, try not to break the screen


If you have an iPhone 8 and are thinking about changing the screen for a fall, it is better not to update to iOS 11.3, since you can not change it in an unauthorized technical service.
Taking our iPhone to repair an unauthorized technical service or changing the screen ourselves , saves us a good amount of money in front of an Apple Store or official technical service, but Apple is not about the work.
So if you're a handyman and you've had an accident with your device, you'd better not try it, since you'll spend the buck's money. For now, the only option is to take an official technical service or directly manage the repair with Apple

The iPhone 8 only wants authorized personnel

iPhone 8 golden

This problem is found in the processor to control the screen next to the iOS version 11.3Basically, when we change the screen of our terminal, it detects the replacement and it is not updated so that it can work normally.
This could have an easy solution through an update , at least so claimed by experts in device repairs, where their complaints to Californians are increasing because of the obstacles that are found. Even, many technicians are refusing to make some repairs of the iPhone, as the iPhone 8 screen that we discussed.
Aakshay Kripalani, director of Injured Gadgets , an online store dedicated to the repair of mobile devices, states that "It seems as if Apple did this to prevent customers from going to third parties to repair their terminals . The truth is that it is not going very badly.
Although Californians still have not spoken about it, perhaps in some upcoming update , this problem is solved, giving the user the freedom to repair their equipment where it suits them best.
A few years ago, there was a similar dispute in iOS 9.2.1 and the Touch ID , where the famous error 53 appeared and Apple had to give up, launching a security update so that customers could repair themselves or in unauthorized centers their terminals if they wanted to.

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