iPhones are brilliant. Until they break.
The iPhone is an amazing phone, but they’re not unbreakable. If you’ve ever been unlucky enough to drop your iPhone onto a pavement or other hard surface it’s quite possible that it has suffered a cracked screen, or even worse, had the screen break so much that you can see the parts underneath. You might think you can live with a cracked screen, but you’re likely to see other problems develop if the screen isn’t fixed. This is because moisture can now get inside your iPhone and cause more issues.
We Fix™ iPhones — Thousands of iPhones.
As careful as you might be, the iPhone’s screen is still made of glass, albeit a scratch resistant and toughened glass called “Gorilla glass”. It’s a horrible feeling — having your iPhone slip from your fingers and tumble to the floor. Then comes the bit where you need to pick up your iPhone, and turning it over slowly, check the screen. That feeling when you see that the glass has broken is gut wrenching, but rest assured that you are not the first person to break their iPhone screen. We have fixed thousands of iPhone screens over the last few years — over 200 every week during the last year. We’re the experts. We hire Apple Certified Technicians, we pay them a Living Wage, and we use the best quality screens for our repairs. That’s why Which? call us a “Trusted Trader”.
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Walk-in iPhone Repairs.
There is no need to book an appointment at SimplyFixit. Just take your broken iPhone to your nearest repair centre and we will take care of it. In most cases we will have it back to you within an hour, and 97% of all iPhones are returned the very same day. Most of our repair centres open 7 days a week, from 9am until 6pm.
Mail-in iPhone Repairs.
If you can’t make it to one of our 7 repair centres in Edinburgh or Glasgow, you can send your iPhone to us for a fast repair. Click to read more about our mail-in iPhone repair service.
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