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iPhone Repair

Fixmyphonenow in Prahran is a professional electronics repair shop, with thousands of satisfied customers. Our trained technicians are experts on a huge variety of iPhone repair services- whether they're working with an original iPhone, an iPhone 11, or anything in between. At Fixmyphonenow, our same-day diagnostic services won't cost a dime, and repairs are usually finished on the spot too. Regardless of what kind of iPhone issue you’re dealing with, our repair pros are here to help! We offer a plethora of repair services, sure to meet all your tech needs.

iPhone Repair in Prahran, Vic

Iphone Repairs

  • iPhone 5/5c/5s repair
  • iPhone 6 and 6 plus repair
  • iPhone 6s and 6s plus repair
  • iPhone 7 and 7 plus repair
  • iPhone 8 and 8 plus repair
  • iPhone x repair

Iphone Services

  • iPhone Screen Replacement for 4g, 4s, 5, 5c, 5s , 6, 6Plus
  • iPhone Camera Replacement 4g, 4s, 5, 5c, 5s , 6, 6Plus
  • iPhone Water Damage Repair 4g, 4s, 5, 5c, 5s, 6, 6Plus
  • iPhone Speaker, Mic Replacement 4g, 4s, 5, 5c, 5s, 6, 6Plus
  • iPhone Network, Wifi Repair 4g, 4s, 5, 5c, 5s, 6, 6Plus
  • iPhone Charging Port Replacement 4g, 4s, 5, 5c, 5s , 6, 6Plus

Services Offered

  • Front camera replacement
  • Proximity sensor replacement
  • Screen repair
  • Screen replacement
  • Battery replacement
  • Loudspeaker replacement
  • Ear speaker replacement
  • Home button replacement
  • volume button replacement
  • Audio port replacement
  • Microphone and charging port
  • Screen Protectors
  • Tempered Glass Protectors

iPhone Screen Repair Prahran

Broken screens are one of the most common issues iPhone users have. Usually, a broken screen is the result of an iPhone taking a nasty fall onto a hard surface. There's only so much a screen protector can do to protect the delicate glass that makes up your touchscreen; and although a splintered phone is often still usable, it’s a hassle to see through a shattered screen-- and it's dangerous to text on a shattered screen.. Getting your screen fixed can be simple, and it prevents your phone from hardware issues that can't be fixed, even by an expert. At Fixmyphonenow, a splintered iPhone screen is a piece of cake. Our technicians have mastered the art of screen replacements to provide a swift and efficient fix you can rely on. Bring your broken iPhone to Fixmyphonenow today, and we'll have you back to enjoying all the features your treasured tech has to offer again in no time.

iPhone Battery Replacement Prahran

Owned your phone for a while? We bet your iPhone's battery life just isn't what it used to be. You might find your phone dying more quickly than it used to, or your phone might stop charging altogether. If that happens, it's likely that you could use a new battery. At Fixmyphonenow, we have access to genuine Apple parts. The iPhone battery is no different; so if you’re having battery-related issues, bring your iPhone to Fixmyphonenow in Prahran for a quick repair from a trustworthy tech.

iPhone Camera Repair Prahran

The iPhone's advanced camera is perfect for getting spectacular landscape photos, portraits and other pictures. If you're dealing with a broken iPhone camera, or one that's just not working, our experts can help! We care for every kind of iPhone, so it doesn't matter if you need a iPhone 7 repair or a XS lens fixed. Come by Fixmyphonenow today, and you'll be able to snap the perfect picture on your newly fixed iPhone cam again before you know it. Need a new lens? No problem. Want to get the whole thing replaced instead? Your wish is our command. We have your back!

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The Most Common Types Of Mobile Phone Repairs:
Cracked Screen 21.7%
Battery Repairs 16.1%
Won't Charge 9.7%
Broken Buttons 6.3%
Sound Problems 6.3%

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About Prahran

The home to the famous Chapel street in Melbourne, wedged between South Yarra and the edgier suburb of Windsor, Prahran is known for its stylish bars, Southeast Asian eateries and late-night clubs. Greville Street is a long-time hotspot, with hip cafes, specialty boutiques and the institution that is Greville Records. At Chapel Street Bazaar, treasure hunters rifle through stalls selling vintage clothes and furniture. Prahran, an inner suburb and a former municipality, is about 5 km south-east of central Melbourne. It was originally surveyed for farm allotments and land sales occurred in 1840 and later in 1849-50. Although intended for farming the allotments attracted house construction, on large blocks in the north and east of the district, and on smaller, subdivided blocks in the south and west. The resulting distinction between grand residential (partially superseded by upmarket apartments), and worker's cottages remains. The latter was stimulated by the need to house gold rush immigrants.

The north and east are today's Toorak and South Yarra, and the south and west are today's Prahran and Windsor.

Prahran's name evolved from ‘purraran’, understood to be an Aboriginal word for ‘almost surrounded by water’. The proximity of the Yarra River and swamp to the south-west part (of which Albert Park Lake is a remnant), explain the description. Purraran was rendered as Prahran by Robert Hoddle, Government surveyor, in 1840.

Public transport
In 1859-60 a railway line was constructed through Prahran from Melbourne to Brighton. A second line branched westwards from Windsor to St Kilda, Windsor being the station after Prahran. The Gippsland to Melbourne line traversed the northern localities of Prahran by 1879. Prahran had a web of public transport routes when cable trams were opened in Toorak Road and Chapel Street in 1888 and 1891, and two major shopping strips grew along the tram routes. Chapel Street is the main one, with several large emporium buildings still standing. By 1927 the Prahran municipality had five electric tram routes: Dandenong Road (1911), High Street (1910), Malvern Road (1915), Toorak Road (1927) and Chapel Street (1926). The Prahran and Malvern Tramways Trust built the first three routes.

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