iPhone Logo Loop Problem When Charging

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srashid

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Hi,

I have an iPhone 8. I am using it for the last 2 years but now it is not charging.
It was dropped from my hand a few days ago and it turned off. There is no sign of cracks or any break on the LCD.

When I connect it with a charger, the apple logo appears but then disappears immediately. The logo appears again and then disappears again. It keeps repeating.

I attached the charger for almost 2 hours, but nothing happened except this logo Loop.

I asked for a local repair shop and they told me that they have to fix the board as it could get damaged and they will also replace the battery because the strip on the battery gets damaged.

I didn't allow them to open my iPhone. They told me this just by looking at the logo loop when they connected it with the charger.

They told me that they will charge almost 8000- Rs which is almost equal to 60$ USD.

Kindly tell me what should I do? I have doubts that they are not telling me the exact reason for this problem.

If anyone knows what could be the problem and have any idea about the possible repairing charges in Pakistan, please let me know.
 

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Seems like a reasonable fee to me, much cheaper than a new phone.

As for the boot loop, it is hard to know for sure. The board being broken or damaged seems reasonable, though “fixing” a board is questionable. Typically the board is replaced not fixed. It could be the front camera and sensor is not connected causing the boot loop, which is much cheaper than a “board fix”.

A battery replacement in the US is $30, so the fix and battery replacement for $60 seems reasonable. Both things require the phone to be opened.
 

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Seems like a reasonable fee to me, much cheaper than a new phone.

As for the boot loop, it is hard to know for sure. The board being broken or damaged seems reasonable, though “fixing” a board is questionable. Typically the board is replaced not fixed. It could be the front camera and sensor is not connected causing the boot loop, which is much cheaper than a “board fix”.

A battery replacement in the US is $30, so the fix and battery replacement for $60 seems reasonable. Both things require the phone to be opened.

Thank you for your reply. Actually, the price was not the main reason. I was curious about how they could tell that the strip on the battery is broken without looking at it? So I had a feeling that they might keep my original battery and can replace that with a replica.

Anyhow, I consulted with another shop and they fixed the problem for just $30. And the best thing, they told me the exact reason with proof. Before opening my mobile they said there might be two reasons, either your battery is completely dead, or the connector is not properly fixed on the board.

Then he opened my iPhone and he showed me that that the battery connector was not properly connected on the board. He just connected the battery connector with the board and all done. No fixing on the board, no battery replacement. Just a little push to connect the battery connector with the board.


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