iToolab FixGo is an app that lets you fix iPhone issues right from home like a pro. Here are the details on this.

We use our iPhones now more than ever, despite the fact that we might not be leaving our homes as much as we once did. Whether it’s social media, email, or just texting friends, our iPhones are the cornerstone of our lives.

That means that an iPhone misbehaving or simply refusing to work at all, can be a big deal. Getting to an Apple Store for service can be almost impossible right now as well – but you might not need to do any of that. You could use iToolab FixGo instead.

The app, which is available for both Windows and Mac, works with iPhones and iPads not to mention Apple TVs, too.

It promises to fix all kinds of common problems, whether that’s an iPhone stuck at the Apple logo during power on, or a device that locked up during an update and now refuses to work. And all of that can be fixed without having to leave your home.

Standard mode has been designed so it won’t affect any of the existing data on your device. Both restoring from iTunes and iCloud are likely to lead to data loss but not so with iToolab FixGo.

  • Simply connect your device and with a few clicks.
  • Downgrade iOS without data loss and no jailbreak needed.
  • 1 click to enter/exit recovery mode when home/power button is physically damaged.

Best of all, all of this will happen without any data loss as well, making sure all of your images, videos, and private data are all where they need to be – right on your device.

Right now you can take iToolab FixGo for a pretty sweet price by using our discount code ALABRV50 to save a massive 50% off the normal asking price.

That means you could be back up and running for $25 if you’re going for the lifetime plan.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post but we don’t get any commission from sales made on iToolab FixGo.

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