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Reparing Your Own iPhone Versus Getting iPhone Insurance
Going through pages on the internet, you will discover a multitude of companies and websites selling iPhone spares and equipment, enabling you to execute repairs yourself but as expected, with a high cost. The most typical repair needed for the iPhone is the need to replace a cracked or broken screen. Simply to buy a new screen will definitely cost you a minimum of £50. In addition, you will need to purchase some tools with which you will open your precious iPhone with. These “tools” cost about another £15, but be cautioned, even then it isn't as easy as they claim.
I'd tried to dismantle my iPhone to remove the SIM card that got stuck inside the tray. It’s one of the first 3G’s and nobody was interested in trying to repair it for me. I had to remove the screen to gain access and this wasn't easy at all. I wound up itching the edges of the glass which is truly bothersome. My close friend has changed 2 screens before and a communications board and this cost him £370, almost as much as his iPhone did when it was brand new. However, it would have only cost him a fraction of the cost if he got iPhone insurance and safeguard it for damage, and it would also provide it coverage against thievery and fraudulent calls as well.
The sagest advice that you can follow is this - leave the repairs to the experts as repairing your iPhone is not that easy. For only £5.99, you can already safeguard your pocket from future expenses by acquiring your new iPhone with comprehensive iPhone insurance.