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The ability to wirelessly charge your iPhone 8 was made possible by the phone having a glass rear case, which is joined to the front glass via an aluminium strip. However, the convenience of wireless charging has to be weighed against the increased risk of damage from a drop. Even though your iPhone 8 has a core of steel for strength, and toughened glass, it is still more susceptible to damage than some previous iPhone models. If you do suffer damaged glass, you need to get it repaired by someone who really understands the ins and outs of the latest iPhones.
The iTechnician network has Apple repair centres all over the UK, and when it comes to iPhone repairs, they are the real experts. If you need your iPhone 8 repairing, you can rely on them to understand exactly what to do. From an iPhone 8 screen repair through to rear glass repairs, and even liquid damage, they work quickly to put everything right, at affordable prices. Even if you just need help and advice, get in touch with your nearest iTechnician.
We’ve made it totally simple to locate an iTechnician network member – just select iPhone from the menu, and then enter your location, what could be easier? You will see a list of locations of all the iTechnician approved Apple repair experts in your area. Get a free online quote for your iPhone 8 repair from one or more of them, and then make your choice. Whether you take your iPhone 8 into the repair centre, mail it in, or call out the iTechnician to your home or workplace – the choice is yours, and you’ll be delighted with the result.
Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the iPhone 8 at the 2017 launch event, which was held in September, and took place in the new Steve Jobs Theater – a venue within Apple HQ which had been set up specifically for these events. The iPhone 8 was released during the same month, alongside the iPhone 8 Plus. Also featuring in the launch was the hotly-anticipated iPhone X (wrongly rumoured to have been named the iPhone 10), which was released 2 months later. Successor to the iPhone 7, the iPhone 8 had a different construction, consisting of a glass rear as well as a glass front, with an aluminium joining strip. This feature enabled wireless charging.
The iPhone 8 retained the Retina HD Display of the iPhone 7, but this display was enhanced by True Tone technology for improved viewing and gaming. The new phone also retained the same camera, with the addition of a new sensor. The iPhone 8 had the solid-state ‘Home’ button, which uses a ‘buzz’ to replace a physical click. iPhone fans were initially unhappy with this feature in previous phones, as the physical Home button has always been a comforting feature of the iPhone range. However, it has been proved that a solid-state button removes the risk of failures which can occur with push-button technology (usually due to dirt ingress and damage) as the iPhone gets older, and this is now widely accepted as a good feature.
Screen repair / replacement (LCD / Glass)
Volume button repair
Rear glass replacement
Front or rear camera repair / replacement
Speaker repair / replacement
Lightning port repair / replacement
Hardware and software repairs
Water damage repair
These are all the other iPhone devices our technicians can repair: