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Hailed as the costliest iPhone yet, the iPhone 7 Plus is very similar in design and appearance to the iPhone 6s Plus, although it is available in two new colours (Jet Black and Black) and has a number of more advanced features. The iPhone 7 Plus falls into the phablet range of products, and therefore benefits from the larger 5.5” screen, but also suffers from the difficulty in handling these large-scale and relatively slippery devices. It may be water resistant, which means if you let it get wet you won’t usually need a water damage repair, but if you are a bit fumble-fingered, there is a real danger of dropping this device, which may result in you needing a screen replacement or iPhone 7 Plus glass repair more quickly then you had imagined.
Like the iPhone 7, the iPhone 7 Plus has had the headphone jack removed, which means you need to buy wireless headphones, or fit the supplied plug-in adaptor into the Lightning jack. Critics have complained that this means you can’t charge the iPhone 7 Plus while listening to music as both activities use the same port, but people are getting used to the idea of cordless headphones, so this isn’t a massive problem. With the fast A10 Fusion processor on board, excellent display quality and large screen size, the iPhone 7 Plus could be just what you’re looking for in a phablet.
However, accidents do happen, so if your iPhone 7 Plus has suffered a hard collision, or you need a replacement screen, help with the Home button, or if you’ve locked it up and don’t know what to do, you can rely on the iTechnician repair network to get you out of trouble, fast. There are iTechnician repair centres in all parts of the UK, and it’s easy to find your nearest on and get a no-obligation repair quote.
How to find your nearest iTechnician:
Go to the top of the page and enter your location. You will be presented with a selection of approved iTechnicians near you, along with all their contact details and locations. Most repair centres offer three types of service.
Visit the repair centre in person
Most regular iPhone 7 Plus repairs take less than an hour, so take yours along to your nearest repair centre, and you can soon walk out with a repaired iPhone.
Invite the repairer to visit you
Many repair centres offer this very convenient service, so make an appointment for a technician to come to your office or home and carry out your iPhone 7 Plus repair while you get on with something else.
Send your iPhone 7 Plus in for repair
A more traditional type of service is the mail-in approach, which takes a bit longer, but you get the same standard of service as the other methods. Mail in your iPhone 7 Plus, and it will be expertly repaired on arrival, and posted back to you via a secure route.
Quotes are free, no obligation, and quick
To avoid any shocks, it’s always a good idea to get a quote before you commit to any work being done on your iPhone 7 Plus, so a quick click on the ‘Request a repair quote’ button gets the process started. You can trust the iTechnicians to give you the best possible quote for your work, and the best possible quality of repair.