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iPhone Battery Replacement Cost vs. Worth: Why it Matters

iPhone Battery Replacement Cost vs. Worth: Why it Matters

Getting your iPhone battery replaced when it starts to slow down should be a no-brainer. In fact, the benefits far outweigh the costs. For starters, you’ll want to see if you are still under warranty with Apple. If you’re covered, having your battery replaced will be free of charge.

iPhone 8 Battery Replacement: How to Tell if You Need it Now

Does your iPhone 8 always seem to die quickly? What about restarting in the middle of a text message?

iPhone X Screen Repair: How Much Should It Cost You?

There’s no debating the fact that virtually everyone loves the iPhone X – and there’s plenty to love, with its edge-to-edge no-bezel OLED screen, razor-fast processor, and dual wide-angle cameras.

Technician Spotlight: Meet Puls Technician Jerry L.

At Puls, we have service technicians with all different backgrounds, walks of life, specializations and experiences throughout most major cities nationwide.   Want to get to know our Puls technicians? Read real stories, insights and fun facts from our team of experts to find out what it's like to be part of the Puls team, how they got started, and more.

  • 9 min read
  • 09/09/18

iPhone 7 Won’t Turn On? Here's What You Can Do

There are a multitude of reasons why an iPhone 7 or 7 Plus won’t turn on – but don’t worry, there’s a good chance we’ve got a solution for you!

iPhone 6 Battery Replacement: 5 Signs You Need It Now

Apple’s iPhone 6 battery lasts up to ten hours between charges, but this can vary depending on how often you use your device. According to Apple, the iPhone 6’s battery maintains 80 percent of its capacity for up to 500 charging cycles.

Technician Spotlight: Meet Puls Technician Everett P.

Get to know our Puls technician Everett P. - read real stories, insights and some fun facts from our experts to find out what it's like to be part of the Puls team.

  • 10 min read
  • 08/08/18

iPhone X Screen Problems? How to Fix Them Fast

If you’re already an iPhone X user, you know that having the device can be both a blessing and a curse. Apple’s iPhone X is loaded with features and extras - the likes of which have never been seen before.

Cracked iPhone X Screen? Here's What You Can Do

It almost goes without saying that one of the standout features on the iPhone X is the display – 5.8 inches of beautiful no-bezel Super Retina OLED with a notch camera that set off a string of copycats across the board.

The Ultimate Guide to Finding the Best Protective Phone Case

After dishing out nearly a grand on a smartphone with the latest capabilities, finding the perfect protective case is paramount.

iPhone 6 Won’t Turn On? Here's What You Can Do About It

Despite its 2014 release, the iPhone 6 is a real workhorse of a phone. It has proven its resilience through a battery-related performance throttling scandal, and continues to be as snappy and reliable as ever for hordes of happy owners.

Technician Spotlight: Meet Puls Technician Ayhan S.

  Get to know our Puls technicians! Read real stories, insights and some fun facts from our team of experts to find out what it's like to be part of the Puls team.

  • 9 min read
  • 07/18/18

iPhone X Battery Problems? Here's What You Can Do

If you’re having problems with your iPhone X battery, chances are, you’re not alone. Despite the phone’s obvious charm, the smartphone can sometimes cause quite the headache when it comes to its battery.

How to Safely Clean & Sanitize Your Phone: Our Comprehensive Guide

 If you remember Anderson Cooper’s adorably gross discovery back in 2011, you know that your cell phone can be covered in all sorts of unsavory substances. In fact, studies show that your iPhone or smartphone is probably much dirtier than you think – most phones make even a public toilet or the soles of your shoes seem clean in comparison.

Audio IC: What You Need to Know About iPhone 7 Loop Disease

 iPhone 7 users beware – some might call it karma, but Motherboard cites one tech expert as calling it “loop disease,” essentially a next-generation cousin of the iPhone 6’s “touch disease.”

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