With the Apple store in Melbourne closed, and iPhone repair stores unable to operate under Victoria’s Stage 4 restrictions, what are your options for fixing a broken iPhone?

Using our mobile devices to stay connected during the COVID-19 pandemic is more important than ever.

As well as providing a vital lifeline to keep in touch with friends and family and stay up to date with the latest news and health information, you may also be relying on your iPhone or your iPad whilst working from home.

With the introduction of Melbourne’s stage 4 restrictions on 5th August, the options for getting your device repaired has diminished significantly, with most retail repair stores, including the Apple store, closed.

Fortunately, fix2U’s “Come To You” iPhone and iPad repair service means that Melbourne residents won’t have to worry – our certified and vetted technicians will travel to your home and repair your device on the spot. fix2U is a permitted business under the stage 4 restrictions.

Our Zero Contact Repair procedure allows us to repair your device without you having to physically meet with your repairer, and more importantly, without you needing to leave home. After you book your repair with fix2U we’ll send you a short e-mail to explain how the process works, and you’ll get the opportunity to discuss any concerns you might have with your repairer in advance of the repair appointment.

As well as iPhone repair and iPad repair, fix2U are also able to provide screen repairs for Samsung Galaxy.

For more information on the fix2U service, and to book a Zero Contact repair, please head to www.fix2u.com. To learn more about current restrictions visit the Victoria Health and Human Services Government page.