iPhone Repairs and Upgrades
In 2012, Mactek merged with The iPhone Professor, and now provides the complete range of iPhone and iPad repairs with the same quality and friendly smile, that you’re familiar with, from Mactek. The iPhone Professor is the premier iPhone and iPad repair business in Bend, Oregon. Walk-ins are always welcome.
- Screen Repair
- Battery Replacement
- Liquid Damage Repair
- Speaker Repair
- Microphone Repair
- Charge Port Cleaning
Repairs Start at $10 and go up depending on the Model
iPhone Repair FAQs:
Q: What kinds of repairs do you guys do?
A: We can do essentially any repair that is possible on an iPhone. Common ones we see often include:
- Cracked or broken front glass/LCD
- Cracked or broken back glass (iPhone 8 and newer)
- Poor battery life
- Bad charge port/dock connector
- Bad headphone jack
- Power buttons that don’t work anymore
- Volume buttons/mute switch not responding
- Home button working inconsistently
- Main speaker not working
- Dead microphone
- Bad vibrate motor
- Water damage recovery
Q: How long does it take to repair an iPhone?
A: Some iPhone hardware repairs are faster than others, but in general it rarely takes us longer than 1 hour to get an iPhone fixed and back to you. Broken screens take about 1 hour. As a result, you get back to using your phone within a reasonable amount of time whatever the repair.
Q: What models of iPhones can you repair?
A: We repair essentially all models of iPhones. Specifically, the models of iPhones we work on include: 5 and newer! We have all the parts necessary to do most repairs onsite in a reasonable amount of time.
iPad Repair FAQs:
Q: What models of iPads can you repair?
A: We repair every generation of iPads and iPad Air.
Q: What iPad repairs do you do?
A: Our most common repair is broken glass, but we can also replace bad LCDs, or repair non-functional power, volume, screen lock, and home buttons.
Q: How long do iPad repairs take?
A: It typically takes us 24 hours to get an iPad repaired and ready to be picked up. This is longer than an iPhone because the iPad is built with a large quantity of adhesive, so the repairs themselves take much longer, but then in addition, we apply new adhesive to it when we put it back together. We like to let the iPad sit overnight if possible to make sure that the new adhesive cures and gets a good seal.
iPhone Water Damage
Q: I dropped my phone in the water! What should I do?
A: If you completely submerged your phone and water got inside, it is very difficult to dry it out without opening up the device. Make sure to power it down as soon as possible. Water itself does not damage the phone. However, water plus electricity makes for a dangerous combination! The best thing to do is to bring it in to us and let us open it up and get all the water that is inside of it dried out. The sooner you can get it in the better!