Once the parts are re-affixed, the cables are re-connected, screws re-inserted via the most painfully tedious, not-for-the-impatient-of-heart onlooker, and all primary functionalities like keyboard, mic, music, camera, and fingerprint scanner get tested.
And, voila! The entire repair from start to finish usually takes as little as 30 minutes. These guys are good.
To combat dropsies anxiety, the company has now started offering iCracked Advantage, a new protection plan and membership program that costs $7 a month and charges just $25 for every replacement (A normal cracked iPhone 6 screen would cost about $120-150 to repair). If you don't feel like getting the phone insurance for $10 per month, it might be a good move.
Michelle No is an editorial assistant at Supercompressor and has been shamed out of wearing UGGs in the snow for the last time. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.
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