iPhone die and won’t come back to life?  Lose touch functionality? Backlight very dim or completely blank?  Audio problems?  Micro soldering can fix that.

Microsoldering.com offers a logic board repair service for all mobile devices, including iPhones and iPads.  Most of our customers are at the end of the line when it comes to repairing their broken devices.  They’ve taken it to the Apple store and Apple wants to charge them up to $549 to upgrade their phone.  Apple does not offer micro soldering services, so it’s in their best interest to get the customer to upgrade their phone.  Good news it that we can fix most logic board problems.

We’ve fixed thousands of devices for customers.  Our most common repairs are:

  • iPhone 7/7+ Audio IC/Loop Disease Repair
  • iPhone 6 Plus Touch IC Disease Repair
  • iPhone 6/6+/6S/6S+/7/7+ No Backlight/Half Backlight after Screen Repair
  • iPhone X Data Recovery
  • iPhone X No Power after Screen Repair
  • iPhone 8/8+ Pry Damage Repair after Screen Repair
  • iPhone Water Damage Data Recovery
  • iPhone/iPad Connector Repair
  • iPhone 6/6+ No Charge/No Power Repair
  • iPhone 6S+ No Touch Repair

All of our repairs come at a fraction of Apple’s cost along with free return shipping and a 6-month warranty.  We’ve created hundreds of videos on Youtube to document our work.  Read our reviews on Google and Facebook.  If you’re ready to start your repair, then please fill out the quote request form.

What is Micro Soldering?

With devices getting smaller and smaller and more and more expensive, sometimes fixing these devices is more beneficial than replacing them.  Devices like Amazon’s Kindle Fire that cost less than $100 are usually not worth the time to fix, but iPhones and iPads that cost $300+ with a broken $2 chip or connector makes sense to fix instead of buying a new one.

So what exactly is micro soldering?  Microsoldering is the act of soldering components so small that they can only be seen through a microscope.  These small components usually consist of resistors, capacitors, inductors, connectors, microchips, etc.  They fit all around a logic board with multiple layers into a teeny tiny little space and produce things like cell phones and tablets and even little computers.  We use hot air rework stations, micro soldering irons and a big microscope to see and repair all of these little parts.  All while being ESD safe.

For example, look at an iphone logic board and then one zoomed in about 200x:

iphone 5 logic board real size

iPhone 5 Logic Board

Logic board zoomed in 200x

Logic board zoomed in 200x

Now imagine trying to place a small bead of solder on one of those small components.  Nearly impossible without a microscope and a soldering iron with a pencil tip.

Gone are the days of big CRT TVs and VHS recorders with many moving parts.  These days, devices fit in your pocket and there are zero moving parts inside of the device.

Follow us here and learn all the tips and tricks of microsoldering or just request a quote to have us repair your device.