Got an iPhone problem?
We work with these devices every day, so we probably have the solution you’re looking for.
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Onsite and Remote Support in Los Angeles is available 7 days a week.
You can resolve most problems on the iPhone with a Force Restart. This procedure is safe and will not lead to any data loss. The most common issues we work on are:
- Forgotten Passcode – iPhone needs to be recovered.
- Lost iPhone – Assisting user with Find My can help secure and locate the device.
- Missing Passwords – Apps are inaccessible or locked.
- Email Failure – Accounts are corrupted and cannot send or receive email.
- Sync Issues – Data not syncing across Macs and devices.
- Poor Battery Life – Batteries are drained by device settings, charging habits, and hidden App activity.
- Excess Cellular Data Usage – Incorrect settings cause the device to quickly burn through a data plan.
- Facetime and Messages – Features do not work or sync with other Macs and devices.
- Photo and Video Errors – Camera settings can cause compatibility and storage problems.
- Duplication – Contacts, Calendar and Reminders are duplicated.
- Music File Corruption – Music will not play or files are missing.
- Frozen Apps or Apps Not Functioning Correctly – Apps display this behaviour when they are corrupted.
- Low Device Storage – Low space prevents upgrades and causes App errors.
- Low iCloud Storage – Inadequate space impacts data retention.
- Network Profile Corruption – Even with correct information a corrupt profile will not connect to Wi-Fi.
- Organization – Users need help organizing hundreds of Apps on their devices.
- Privacy Settings – Poor setup of device or iCloud Plus can lower user privacy or reduce App functionality.
- New Features – Each generation of iOS adds features that confuse users. Auto upgrades compound the problem.
- No Bluetooth Connection – Cars, speakers, and keyboards have specific instructions that must be followed to make a bluetooth connection.
- Printing Problems – Almost all printers use AirPrint, but there are a few that won’t connect to iOS devices.
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