Monday, September 30, 2013

Options for iPhone Screen Repair

Some mobile devices like the iPhone can be incredibly sensitive and damage-prone. A simple trip or fall may damage your iPhone‘s screens or, worse, ruin its primary features. Fortunately, there are quite a number of options to save your iPhone from complete destruction.

One upside to choosing iPhone devices is that you get the chance of having two repair services at a pre-determined low cost by way of AppleCare. For a low premium, you can have your iPhone screen fixed or replaced. AppleCare premium costs $99, while touch screen replacements cost an additional $49 – certainly a cheaper option compared to purchasing a new phone.

If you don't have AppleCare by the time your iPhone screen is damaged, you have the option to go directly to the manufacturer to have your screen replaced. Depending on your location, the cost of the screen may vary. Expect to pay around $276 for screen replacement.

For minor types of damage that can be repaired or replaced using conventional tools and materials, you might want to take your phone to a third-party repair specialist. At a more affordable cost, the skilled technician can bring back the look and function of your iPhone and allow you to make the most out of its useful service life.

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