The iPhone is a fragile device. Even the lowest impact can cause its screen to crack, break or turn blank. Because we use iPhones on day to day basis, it’s extremely hard to practice caution all the time. The only solution for such a situation is iPhone screen repair.
Fortunately, there are several options for fixing the damaged iPhone screen. One of the options is getting it repaired/replaced from Apple. But the Apple iPhone FAQ states that:
“Apple's Limited Warranty for iPhone excludes coverage for damage resulting from accident, disassembly, unauthorized service and unauthorized modifications. Please review the warranty for further details. An iPhone that has failed due to damage resulting from accident, disassembly, unauthorized service, or unauthorized modifications is not eligible for warranty service, however, your iPhone may be eligible for Out-of-Warranty (OOW) Service if the damage is repairable"
Therefore, an iPhone that has been damaged due to an accident will not be eligible for warranty service. The iPhone user will have to shell out $199 along with $6.95 shipping charges for its repair.
However, with the success of Apple’s iPhone, the iPhone repair industry has exploded with third party iPhone repair companies that can fix your iPhone’s screen at a much more competitive price. But by doing so you may violate Apple’s warranty.
Another option for repairing your iPhone screen is to do it on your own. There are many online training tutorials and videos that take you through the process of repairing your iPhone screen step-by-step. If you opt for this option, you will have to order service parts and tools to carry out the repair and take extreme caution while repairing your iPhone’s screen.
Now that we are done exploring iPhone screen repair options, let’s look at a few faults that occur with the iPhone screen and solutions for the same.