iMode Service is Apple devices only service. We repair nearly all iPhones issues, starting from software and ending on hardware, ex. IC replacing on motherboard. If you need any help - contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello, check your battery condition using program coconutBattery on mac or iBackupBot (Device - >More info). There will be actual battery capacity. If the battery is ok then it's probably power IC on motherboard. Regards iMode
Connect iPhone to iTunes and put into DFU mode - hold home and power, after 15s release power button and hold home until iTunes see iPhone. Next restore new firmware. It will delete all data from phone. If iTunes will show any error, please write number there.
When you replace charging port there are 2 antenna parts. One is stick to the jack input and second one is stick to the bottom speaker. Replacing them usually solve the problem. Check if it's not damaged.
Usually when WiFi IC is damaged you have Wireless grayed out in settings. In our case if signal is poor we replace antenna and everything works perfectly. Check antennas again. It's probably the issue.
Problem is that you'll lose your Touch ID function. We replace home buttons for custom ones. We order customised buttons even in non standard colors like green or red. There are also stickers available on market which will change look of your home without lose of Touch ID function. This is a photo of customised iPhone 5.
We have now very similar iPhone in our service. Back camera and flash isn't working. We replaced camera with flash (in iPhone 5 camera and flash are 1 part). Unfortunately in our case it's probably IC on motherboard.
It's battery or power IC on motherboard. You can use iBackupBot to check battery cycles and capacity left. Usually when you buy cheap chinese battery it's even worse than used one, or don't show cycles and capacity. If you buy good replacement it should fix this issue.
Try to clean connectors. Usually after water damage there is a limescale on motherboard and connectors. You need to disassembly logic board and clean it in isopropyl alcohol. Do the same with connectors on LCD flex.