Pesky Problems Solved on the Cheap: Cracked iPhone Screen

Farnoosh Torabi
September 11, 2013

Technology is great, but it can also be expensive to repair. If you don’t have insurance on your iPhone, it could cost upwards of $200 to replace a cracked or broken screen.

If your iPhone screen has seen better days, skip the Apple store and jump online to a third party repair service where you may be able to get your screen fixed for a fraction of the price.

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For example, at you can repair iPhones, iPods and iPads by mail. The company can also connect you with a local service technician or send you the parts to replace the screen yourself.  Your phone can be good as new for as little as $65.

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