SugruUsually, when something goes wrong with your iPhone or Mac, the first move is to an Apple Store to get it looked at by a professional.
But the Apple store can be expensive for repairs, and minor problems can often be solved at home with stuff you already have lying around.
Over the past eight years, Apple users have found all sorts of clever hacks to fix your iPhone without going out and buying pricey parts or accessories.
Some hacks can even make your iPhone better than it was out of the box.
So the next time you're having iPhone issues, try a DIY solution first. Not only will it save you a trip, but it could also save you some cash.