Monday, June 2, 2014

What To Do When You Break Your iPhone’s Screen

The iPhone is probably the most popular electronic gadget in the market. Apple Inc. designed and marketed this line of smartphone, and the late Steve Jobs launched its first generation edition back in 2007. Now, it’s 2014, and two new models of their flagship phone are out: the iPhone 5S and 5C.

Despite its seven-year history, Apple and its flock of loyal customers still face iPhone’s archenemy: Gravity (the force and not the Clooney and Bullock movie). Apple loyalists have owned at least one iPhone model, if not all. You’d expect that Jobs fanatics would know better in caring for their phones, but they’re also among those likely to drop their devices and break the screens.

Luckily, Apple launched the Genius Bar where they can repair iPhone damage but at a high price. It also takes quite some time to set an appointment with them. As a result, some tend to order a repair kit online from third-party sources and do the repair themselves, all the while dealing with the uncertainty of how to get the processes right.

The best option moneywise iPhone owners have is to see qualified technicians in their area that do iPhone screen repair. Doing this assures them of professional services and thus come with guaranteed satisfaction.

An iPhone costs money, and people should learn to properly take care of their devices. However, if incidents can’t be avoided, they can rely on professional technicians’ services for their repair needs.

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