You may be feeling at rock bottom when you see your iPhone screen is shattered. Well, that definitely will make me sad. And the next thing you must be thinking about is how to get it fixed? Or is there any repair for the iPhone at all? Below, you will be learning about what you should do when your iPhone is cracked.
Try repairing it by yourself
You can get an iPhone screen fix kit from any store nearby and try it on your own. The first advantage of doing it on your own is that you will be saving money. The second is that you will be able to fix your iPhone screen.
Get it repaired by Apple
Well, if you think it is better that Apple do the repair than that is all your choice. However, be ready to pay them a handful more than any other options available. Because, unfortunately, the AppleCare warranty which comes with your iPhone does not cover any accidental damage including screen damage too.
Get a local iPhone repair shop do the job
If you still want to keep using your iPhone but want the screen replaced without having to pay much, then you must probably try the local repair shops. All you will have to do is a little bit of a Google search.
Resale your iPhone
I bet there are many people out there who would still like to have your iPhone even if it has a broken screen. Just find the right customer in any of the sites below:
In this way, you can get some money for a brand new phone.
Bear with the cracked screen
If you are sort of money and you are so attached to your iPhone that you are not even willing to sell it, well, then, all you have to do is keep using it. Pretty obvious, right. But, wait, if your screen just has few hairline cracks, that is not gonna be an issue. What about the glasses that are coming off. That might hurt your finger. A quick solution will be to use adhesive tape to keep the shattered glasses from falling off.
Buy a new phone
Well, if none of the above options seems attractive, you are left with buying a new phone. So, before you buy a new phone, research on it: the warranty duration and the damages that it covers.