iPhone 11 (AMOLED) and Glass Replacement
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iPhone 11 (AMOLED) and Glass Replacement is one of our specialties. The screen is everything when it comes to your phone, and the 11 Pro has a large state-of-the-art display for any web browsing, gallery scrolling, or game playing. Our quality parts and pro services can give you peace of mind, knowing that help is just a call away. Splintered, smashed it doesn’t matter. If it can be fixed, our technicians at iFixGalaxy will fix it!
The screen on your iPhone 11 is a cutting-edge yet fragile piece of technology. There are several mechanisms at work within the iPhone’s screen assembly, and any one of these functions can fail or become damaged when we drop our phones. A Digitizer can have a limited or a complete lack of touch response. The AMOLED display can suffer from display lines, bleeding, feathering, dead pixels, hot spots, water spots, dead spots, or can go completely black and not display at all. It’s amazing how much punishment our devices take but, If your iPhone is experiencing any of these issues, iFixGalaxy’s display replacement service is what you need. If your screen is cracked, but still responds to touch and has a fully functional display, you may only need to have the screen replaced.
When the screen on your iPhone cracks, it may become impaired, and if left unrepaired, the damage may worsen. A smartphone display is made of an AMOLED and glass assembly, and when your smartphone’s glass cracks but your touch response (digitizer) and display (AMOLED) is left unharmed, a simple glass replacement can fix your issue. However, if you are experiencing problems with touch response or AMOLED, you may need to have the complete assembly on your iPhone 11 replaced. Fortunately, at iFixGalaxy, we are your one-stop shop for device repair and well-stocked to take on all devices you have for us. The iPhone 11 (AMOLED) and Glass Replacement is just another day at the shop here!
Repairing is not just recycling! In fact, it’s much better. It is difficult to overstate smartphones’ impact as part of a digital transformation that has revolutionized communications, financial inclusion, and agricultural productivity, but as smartphone sales have skyrocketed, so has the device’s contribution to waste streams and carbon emissions.
iPhone 11 (AMOLED) and Glass Replacement is just one thing we can do to counteract e-waste!
Smartphones have the potential to power economies and improve lives without damaging the earth – but only if we reconsider their lifecycles and think beyond recycling. Global electronic waste generation reached a record high of 53.6 million metric tons in 2019. That’s an increase of 21 percent in just five years and worked out at approximately 7.3 kilograms of e-waste per capita. While recycling smartphones is required when phones genuinely reach the end of life stage, keeping phones in use for longer keeps materials in use for longer, reduces waste streams, and means less energy is required for recycling processes.
Extending the smartphone’s lifespan should be a key aim for all stakeholders trying to reduce e-waste. In the USA, smartphones are replaced approximately every three years. The restart project estimates that on a global level, increasing the lifespan of a smartphone by 33% (e.g., replacing after four years instead of 3) could prevent annual carbon emissions equal to the yearly emissions generated by the entire country of Ireland. Additionally, using phones for more extended periods and throwing them away less regularly can reduce the waste streams needing to be recycled.
The best way to slow the rise of e-waste is to keep our electronics in use as long as possible. Repair lets us do that. Repair lets us replace batteries, add memory and upgrade processing, all of which can prolong the lifespan of our electronics. It diverts usable devices away from landfills and back into use. Not only does repair prevent waste, but it prevents natural resource exploitation. If cell phones were used for one year longer on average, the United States would save 7.8 million tons of raw materials per year.
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