Repairing Your iPhone Just Got Easier

Broken iPhone screens are quite a common occurrence in Charlotte NC, and it’s no wonder this is the case. While
iPhone’s have improved drastically from the days of the original launch in 2007 they are still susceptible to a
cracked or broken screen from even small drops. Also, the more you use your device, the more wear and tear can
cause issues with other your iPhone such as the battery, charging ports and buttons that you use daily. Apple
has a policy of not replacing these individual issues and instead up selling you on a newer device, however
there are cell phone repair options in the Charlotte area available to you, depending on what’s going wrong and
how badly you’ve broken your iPhone.

Easy Fixes For Broken iPhone Screens

For the most common issue, which is always a broken or cracked screen you can actually take your device
straight to the nearest Charlotte Apple Store nearest to you and trade in your broken iPhone for an entirely new device
which has been certified refurbished and sent to your home within 24 hours. The cost for this is $200, which
may seem steep but you are getting a certified official replacement device and it’s in your hands pretty fast
so the convenience and trust factor usually gets people pretty good. If you opted for the official Apple Care
upsell when you initially picked up your iPhone, this is absolutely free for two broken devices then the $200
charge kicks in. Often with electronics the extended warranty is not worth the price but in this case we can’t
recommend it enough especially given how easily the screen can crack or even become unresponsive from small
drops. Having that option at your disposal right away is definitely priceless and you get two replacements
which should cover even the most clumsy user.
Your alternate option is third party iPhone repair services which have exploded in popularity due to lack of
support for older devices and smaller issues. For users with the older iPhone 4 or first generation iPhone 5 a
decrease in battery life or the charging port becoming ineffective is a common problem. Apple themselves do not
warranty these issues, especially past one year so a third party solution is often the most cost effective and
convenient. For example, the standard lithium-ion battery used in your 2 year old iPhone 4S can actually be
replaced by an OEM quality replacement in as little as 1 hour by an experienced technician. Considering the
alternative is a brand new device costing now close to $1,000 in the case of the iPhone 6, this is an excellent