I have personally seen and heard from hundreds of people who have damaged their iPhone’s LCD screen one way or another. It’s actually not that tough to break your iPhone’s screen. How you break your iPhone screen doesn’t really matter. Repairing it does. Thankfully, there are a few options available on the market that you can take advantage of to fix your iPhone yourself. I know a lot of people feel uncomfortable opening up their iPhones and replacing their screens all by themselves, but it’s not actually that hard.
If you are confident enough to give repairing your iPhone by yourself a go, here are 5 screen replacements for iPhone & iPod Touch you will need:
Apple Iphone 3GS Replacement Front Glass: if you have damaged your iPhone 3GS’ front glass, you are going to need this kit to repair your iPhone. It includes front glass and digitizer but only works with iPhone 3GS.
Apple iPod Touch 2G Screen Replacement: pretty self explanatory. If you own an iPod Touch 2G, this is the replacement screen for your device.
iPhone 3G LCD Replacement Screen: this screen the one you need if you are planning to repair your iPhone 3G’s broken screen.
iPhone 3G LCD + touch screen replacement: if you have damaged your iPhone 3G severely, this is going to be the part you need to make it look like new again.
iPhone screens on eBay: one of the best places to look for replacement parts for your phone is eBay. It’s true that some of the sellers on eBay ask for obscene amounts of money for their parts, but there are bargains to be had on eBay as well. So it’s worth checking out once in a while.
There you have it. 5 replacement parts for your iPhone and iPod Touch that let you make your gadget look like new again. Stay tuned for the 3rd part of this series as we demonstrate exactly how you should go about changing your phone’s screen all by yourself. In the mean time, don’t miss these other iPhone repair items that may come handy depending on the state of your device.
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