• Apple to allow broken screens on trade-in iPhones


    Apple Stores will soon reportedly adopt two new measures related to the problem of cracked iPhone screens, including allowing some broken iPhone's into its 'Reuse and Recycle trade-in' program, and offering installation of purchased screen protectors.

    Beginning sometime this week, Apple Stores should be able to give credit for iPhone 5s and iPhone 6/6 Plus models with damaged screens, or even broken buttons and cameras. However there will be certain limitations on the amount of damage. Apple has mentioned that it will encourage more people to buy a new iPhone instead of opting in for a screen repair. Typical Apple eh.

    Apple will apparently be offering $50 for an iPhone 5S and $200 for an iPhone 6, and $250 for an iPhone 6 Plus.

    Screen protector installation is claimed to be launching at some stores on Thursday made by a possible partnership with at least one 'protector maker' - Belkin - on distributing specific dedicated machines for the application of screen protectors. If the process fails, Apple will offer a free protector replacement and try again.

    Do you have a cracked iPhone screen that needs replacing?

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    Comments 2 Comments
    1. Al226's Avatar
      Al226 -
      You'd have to be crazy to trade in at those prices.
    1. swifty7's Avatar
      swifty7 -
      $50 for the 5s....LOL
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