APPLE DATA RECOVERY SERVICES

macbook data recovery

MacBook

We get data back from Macbook failures
Apple logo bootloop
A folder with a flashing question mark
Macbook Wont turn on
iphone data recovery

iPhone

Failed after update
Water damaged iPhone
Apple logo boot loop
iPhone wont turn on
ipad data recovery

iPad

Wont turn on
Apple logo boot loop
Can't unlock
Physically damaged
imac data recovery

iMac

Wont start up
Folder with question mark on boot
Deleted data recovery
Drive failure
mac pro data recovery

Mac Pro

Drive failure
Boot or startup issues
Deleted or lost data
Virus
mac mini data recovery

Mac Mini

Wont turn on
SSD failure
Physically damaged
Forgot password

iPhone 5 A1442 A1428 Data Recovery

The iPhone 5 was first introduced by Apple in September 2012 as the successor to the popular iPhone 4S. It was the first iPhone to feature a larger 4-inch screen with a 16:9 aspect ratio, and a faster A6 chip that offered improved performance and graphics. The iPhone 5 was also the first iPhone to support 4G LTE connectivity, allowing for faster internet speeds. 

One of the common hardware issues that can affect the iPhone 5 is a faulty logic board. The logic board is the main circuit board that controls all the functions of the device, and if it becomes damaged or defective, it can cause a range of issues, including data loss. Symptoms of a faulty logic board on an iPhone 5 may include the device not turning on or charging, frequent crashes and freezes, overheating, or an unresponsive touch screen. These issues can result in lost data, such as contacts, photos, videos, and other important information.

iPhone 5 A1442 A1428 Data Recovery

A client came in after using their iPhone 5 for multiple years. They explained how they the phone to charge overnight and woke up with it very hot and unable to turn on. In these cases, Zero Alpha recommends to immediately unplug the phone and take it into a Data Recovery specialist like Zero Alpha. Using a phone in this state can lead to further damage to the phone (like an exploded battery), data loss and your own physical damage. 

iPhone 5 A1442 A1428 Data Recovery

Process for Data Recovery of a faulty logic board

The process of repairing the logic board involves a variety of techniques, including soldering, component replacement, and microsurgery. Our technicians who perform these repairs are highly skilled and trained in using specialized tools and equipment to diagnose and repair the logic board.

In some cases, the logic board may be beyond repair. This may be due to extensive damage or a component failure that cannot be repaired. In this case, the service may recommend replacing the logic board with a new one. If this is the case, your iPhone 5 will be restored to its original factory settings, and you will need to restore your data from your backup.

For this client, we were able to restore the original logic board enough for our data recovery programs to save the data onto an external hard drive for the client. Zero Alpha were able to fix the iPhone enough for specialised programs to be able to read the data, but due to the age of the phone, repairing the phone to full functionality may be very expensive and difficult.