It will cost you $279 to Repair the iPhone X Screen

Apple logoIn less than a week, the 10th anniversary iPhone, the iPhone X, will be available for purchase worldwide from Apple Stores or Apple Retailers, and it will cost you $999 USD to own one.

iPhone X costs a lot, indeed, for a 5.8-inch smartphone that ships with the same iOS 11 operating system that you're using on your iPhone 7 or iPhone 8 devices, and it looks like it costs a lot to repair its screen or any other damage.

Now that the iPhone X pre-orders are open to anyone, Apple recently updated its iPhone service pricing page to inform users that they will have to pay $279 USD in the United States to repair the screen if you accidentally broke it.

Apple's warranty doesn't cover accidental damage to your iPhone, so it looks like you'll also have to pay as much as $549 USD for any other damage that may happen to your new iPhone X device. Prices are only available in the US, so it might cost more in other countries.

Apple iPhone X

Every iPhone X comes with one year of hardware repair coverage, which covers any manufacturing problems, so if the screen stops working all of a sudden you're all good. Also, some Apple Retailers are offering an additional year of hardware repair and support.

And you can also buy the AppleCare+ extended warranty, which will cost you only $29 USD to repair the screen of your new iPhone X and $99 USD for any accidental damage. The good news is that the battery won't cost a dime to replace with warranty or AppleCare+.

When your iPhone X is out-of-warranty, Apple will charge you $79 USD to replace the battery. In conclusion, we recommend buying an iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus device at this time if you want a new iPhone, as it's cheaper to repair, and costs less than the iPhone X.

Source: Softpedia

Tags: Apple, iPhone, smartphones

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