Hard drive / phone troubleshooting

I have a laptop, which has died and an external drive with a damaged disc and would like to recover the data off both (reviving the laptop if possible?).

I have a WD My Passport that is not registering when I plug into my or other laptops. It appears to have a slightly crack in the casing, which I think happened when it was in a drawer.

I’d like to enquire about some data recovery services please.
I have a 500GB WD Passport external USB drive which as of yesterday evening stopped being able to be accessed. It actually only has about 20GB of data on it When connected the blue light comes on (steady state), the drive starts up but after a few seconds it stops and the light begins to flash and there is no recognition of the drive from my pc. I’ve tried changing the cable, I’ve tried getting access from various pc’s and a MacBook without any joy.

128Gb SSD laptop hard drive failure

640GB internal SATA laptop drive failed. Drive makes initial attempt to power up but a clicking sound is audible and is not detected when using an USB SATA adapter on another laptop.

iPhone 7 is completely dead, will not power on at all after being dropped on a stone floor. Replacement battery and charging dock hasn’t made a difference. I’m not bothered about being able to use the phone again but the data (photos and videos) stored on there are priceless. I’m based in Leeds, please advise

iPhone is pretty broke, screen totally broke/cracked, front screen is also lifted off, won’t charge, won’t turn on.
Would like to retrieve data from phone if possible?

I have a samsung galaxy A3 that has been dropped, it wont turn on and the screen is blank . I have connected it to a computer but it does not recognise the phone. I would like the all photographs and contact numbers retrieved if possible. The phone is old so i am not bothered if the phone is no good after.

Iphone6 – When I turned it on it goes into a white screen with the apple logo and after 1 minute it will switch off. Seems there is a problem with the motherboard. I will like to recover the information.