Apple’s newest line of iPhone and iPod’s sport unique construction making them sleeker and feature enriched – front and back cameras hooray! While keeping these newest gadgets sleek and nimble, Apple traded off a few things — screws and connectors for glue and tape. It really makes sense as a phone or ipod gets obsolete quickly these days.
Repairing them is more difficult than previous models. iPhone 4 glass screens are now the final step in take aparts where glass was the first step in the veritable iPhone 3 line. iPod 4’s use adhesive to fasten the screens down which seems like a simple fix when your’s cracks but here’s the kicker. Even though the iPod 4 glass comes off first, the cable attaching it to the iPod runs underneath the innards, making for even trickier repairs than earlier iPod models.
With iPod and iPhone prices ranging between 230$ and 400$, broken screens are still worth repairing. If your touch glass breaks, figure on spending between 80$ and 150$ to have it replaced. Our screens come from the same suppliers making them for Apple. You can rest assured your broken screen will be as good as new when you get it back.
So even though we hope you’ll never have an accident, we want you to know that you’re in good hands if you do!
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