Simple solutions to complex problems
Our specialty is explaining complex technical concepts in a simple, easy to understand way. This makes it perfect for a smartphone owner with average, or below average computer skills to understand.
We try not to talk down to you – and do our utmost to explain the background behind issues so you can learn why a problem occurs. This means you get to fix your problem straight away and have enough knowledge to avoid it happening again.
In short, our iPhone troubleshooting & repair tips and guides are designed to make fixing your Apple device easy.
Best of all – they are all completely free!
Tom said: “Very easy with pictures attached to verbal directions. Better than most directions I’ve seen. Thank you so much!”
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Our solutions are sourced from reputable websites around the web such as Apple Support and use words, images, and video to show exactly what you need to do. Unlike these websites, the instructions are simplified with easy to follow steps guiding you what to do at each stage of the process. This approach guarantees results as long as you follow along.
We have found many visitors prefer our articles to those found on the Apple site because they are so easy.
Articles such as:
- How to remove iCloud Activation Lock
- How to bypass iCloud
- How to remove iCloud lock from locked iPhone
- Unlock iPhone without the passcode
- How to unlock iPhone X, XS, 11, & 12
- Reset iPhone passcode without using a computer
are easy to read and are packed with useful and actionable tips that will help you fix and maintain your device. We are happy to report that what we do seems to work with over 15,571,378 visitors helped with their Apple product issues since 2011.
Download our FREE iPhone troubleshooting checklist!
Click the button below to download our FREE iPhone troubleshooting checklist (which also works for iPad & iPod Touch devices too).
This simple to follow checklist explains the steps you should take to try and fix your device. It fixes most generic issues such as:
- Non-responsive or hung devices
- Devices that don’t switch on
- Charging issues
- Hung Apps
- Devices that won’t upgrade
Of course, it doesn’t cover everything so if you can’t find the solution to your exact problem then feel free to search for your specific issue using the search bar. Or feel free to browse through our extensive list of common issues.
No signup required – just click the link and download it!
P.S. If you still can’t find a suitable solution then feel free to contact us and we’ll try to find one for you.
What visitors say about our help
Some kind comments left on my articles
- 2 hours troubleshooting on the Apple forums
- 30 minutes at a Genius Bar
- countless minutes working with my isp and trying different settings
to solve this problem. And then 2 minutes with this article not only solved this problem but also fixed the problem with sent mail not showing up in the sent folder. This is on 4 devices my wife and I own.
Thank you. I can’t believe no one else knew this.
Thank you so much! The problem has been driving me crazy for weeks. I went to the Apple store, my phone provider, my email provider, none of them can fix it. I searched and found this article, it just solved my problem in a minute! So relieved. Thanks.
After visiting several other sites and trying many of their “solutions” which were not solutions at all, I was thrilled to find yours. Your step-by-step instructions were very easy to follow and best of all, it worked! Thank you!
About the Founder
Kevin Craighead has been iChimp’s lead technology writer since 2011.
His passion for Apple products such as the iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Apple Watch flows through the expert tech help he provides. Since getting his first iPhone in 2009 he embarked on the intensive study and support of Apple devices. Kevin is an Apple Certified Independent Technician after gaining AppleCare service certifications for both iOS and Mac.
With 10+ years of experience with iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and iPod Touch products and his instance on producing clear, simple instructions he has helped make iChimp one of the most popular Apple support websites online.
As well as writing for iChimp Kevin is also a highly regarded Web Designer & Developer with a career spanning over 30 years.