DIY iPhone Glass Repair


An iPhone is a bit of a costly purchase to begin with – so it can feel really stingy to learn that you have to pay a proportionally large amount of money for an official repair from Apple in case anything goes wrong that’s not covered by your warranty. However, instead of pouring money into the company and waiting for weeks before you finally get your iPhone back, you should pay some consideration to the much more logical and effective idea of doing the repair yourself. Believe it or not, you don’t need to be a tech guru to perform a simple iPhone glass repair – you just need to know what to do, and have the right tools and equipment for the job!

First, keep in mind something important – the glass on your iPhone is more than just glass, it also holds a part known as the “digitizer” – which is responsible for accepting your input and converting it to electric signals. To put it simply, if you replaced your iPhone’s glass with regular glass, you wouldn’t be able to do anything with the device anymore! This makes it important to buy specially made iPhone replacement glass; on the other hand, it doesn’t mean that you must buy this glass from Apple themselves and you have no other options; quite on the contrary, there are plenty of choices to make when it comes to replacement parts for Apple’s products, and the iPhone is certainly no exception.

Don’t be fooled by the price difference – just because it costs the most from Apple doesn’t mean they’re the only ones who provide you with high-quality replacement products. Apple have their own strange ideas about pricing policies, which makes it a bad idea in general to trust them about what costs how much. You can often get an iPhone glass replacement/repair kit for half the price they’re sold for by Apple themselves, and you won’t be compromising the quality of the materials/build in the slightest!

Also, keep in mind that sometimes you may need to do a lot more than simply replace the glass on your iPhone – depending on how heavily it’s been damaged. As a simple check, look at the actual screen behind the glass – can it still display any images? If it seems to work fine then you’ll probably be able to take care of the repair yourself for the most part. On the other hand, if the screen is also malfunctioning, then you’ll likely need to replace it as well – and that will set you back considerably more. The screen is one of the most expensive parts in a mobile device, and the high-quality screen of the iPhone is certainly no exception, so if yours is dead you should prepare yourself to pay quite a bit for a new one. In addition, the labor involved in replacing that screen is a bit more than you’ll likely be able to handle, so keep that in mind and if things seem too difficult, turn to a professional service for your iPhone glass repair.

Source by Steve Mc Karmik

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