FAQ & Section Info
The iPhone SE is a fairly straightforward and simple phone to fix. Some common repairs include:
Screen Replacement: Usually done by swapping out your broken one with a new one.
Charging Port: If you've ruled out dust/lint stuck in the port, you would replace yours with a new part.
Microphone: Bad microphones can usually lead to people not being able to hear you or inability to record audio.
Headphone Jack: Can cause you to hear muffled or unusual sounds, low sound, or no sound at all out of the jack.
Home Button: Stick, stuck, or unreponsive home buttons can be easily swapped out.
Ear Speaker: Low audio sounds when you're on a call, fuzzy noise or unusual sounds in the background are all signs of a bad ear speaker. This is a part you can swap out.
Side Button: If your volume/awake buttons are sticky or no longer responding, they can be changed.
Front/Rear Camera: No video/picture capturing or low-quality results can be attributed to the camera. This is a part that can be changed.
Power Button: If your button gets stuck or isn't working anymore, this is something that you can replace.
Loud Speaker: If you're unable to hear when you're on speakerphone or if the sound is garbled, your loud speaker may need to be replaced.