iPhone Screen Repair Services
iPhone 6s Plus
iPhone 6 Plus
iPhone 7 and 7 Plus repairs are not currently being offered as the display cost is higher than what Apple charges to replace the display. We recommend going directly to the Apple Store for display replacements on an iPhone 7 or 7 Plus.
There is no appointment necessary to have your iPhone repaired or recovered. If you have any questions at all feel free to contact us, but no need to setup an appointment… just come on in!
We understand the importance of your iPhone in this day and age. Our iPhone screen repairs are completed within 2 hours of drop-off, so you can be back up and running as quickly as possible. Our checkin and checkout process only takes a couple minutes, so you will be in and out in no time.
60 Day Warranty
Our 60 day warranty covers manufacture defects in the part we replaced. If the screen or battery has issues that are caused by a manufacturing defect within 60 days of the service being completed, we will replace the part again free of charge!
Apple authorized repairs vs third party repairs like ours
Here we will discuss the difference between getting your iPhone serviced by Apple, or getting it serviced through a third party repair shop like ours.
Currently you have a couple options for going through Apple for an authorized iPhone screen repair. You can schedule an appointment at the nearest (or your favorite) Apple Store, you can drop your phone off for repair at an Apple Authorized Service Provider (AASP) who will then mail the phone out to Apple for repair, or you can call Apple over the phone and request to mail your phone into them for repair.
Once you replace a component in your phone outside of Apple, Apple will likely not offer you the same options if you need future repair and seek authorized repair. For instance, if you get your screen replaced at a third party repair shop (like ours), then go to Apple the next time you break your screen, they will likely not offer the screen repair to you but will instead require you pay a larger amount to replace the phone completely as it has had “unauthorized modifications”.
Repair from a third party shop will also likely void any warranty you have with Apple. So if you crack your screen, get it replaced at a third party repair shop, then 6 months later your phone stops working in some way completely unrelated to the screen, Apple will still likely deny service under warranty due to the “unauthorized modifications” or “not genuine parts” that are present.
How can you tell if a shop is a third party shop (like ours) or an Apple Authorized shop? A third party shop will complete the repair while you wait or within a few hours, an Apple Authorized shop will take days as the device must be mailed out for repair. This may change in the future, but for now this is a quick and easy way to tell immediately which are authorized and which are not. Obviously any Apple Store is offering Apple Authorized repair.
But what if you use Apple genuine parts, will that still void the warranty? The short answer is yes, third party shops who use “OEM” parts for iPhone repair are still likely voiding the warranty on the iPhone. Apple has many parts serialized in the phone including the display and battery. When Apple replaces the screen they note the new serial number of the display they installed. When a third party installs a new display, even if it is an Apple part it will have a different serial number from what Apple has in their system for your phone. So if that phone is brought in for something, they will be able to tell that the display was replaced outside of Apple and the warranty will still likely be voided.
You will probably notice I have used the word “likely” and “probably” a lot in my descriptions of Apple’s behavior. That is because the managers at Apple stores have leeway in how to handle situations that arise with third party parts. Sometimes the manager on duty will allow an exception and everything will go through fine, other times it won’t. So everything that is described here is dependent somewhat on who is working at the Apple Store that day, how they feel at that moment, and how many times they have given leeway that month already.