Did you already crack your iPhone X’s display? Don’t worry, you’re not the only one.
The display is a 5.8-inch OLED that renders great sharp details and colors.
With the iPhone X being on sales for the past week there have been a lot of videos on social media showing users that smash the smartphone to the ground. And most of us cringe when we drop our smartphones on the ground and panic thinking the screen has cracked. We already imagine the costs for repairing it.
And Apple has released their iPhone X the non-warranty prices for repairing the screen of your new iPhone.
How Much Does an iPhone X Shattered Display Replacement Cost?
Unfortunately, the iPhone X OLED screen is quite expensive and repairing it will cost you at least US$ 279. This is 65% more than fixing an iPhone 8 display. The iPhone service webpage states that the Apple warranty will not cover accidental damage. If you’ve damaged more than the screen, repairs might cost you double.
The prices of repairs from Apple are different from country to country, but these are the cheapest places that replace iPhone X screens: Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, the United Arab Emirates, Canada and the US will charge you about US$ 279 / € 240.
The next countries charge a bit more: US$ 300 – Mexico, Turkey, Singapore and Taiwan. In Australia, Liechtenstein and Switzerland you will have to pay about US$ 320 to repair your iPhone X display, and in New Zealand and China you will pay about US$ 340.
The second costliest countries where you could fix your iPhone X display are Sweden and Norway – US$ 360, and the most expensive countries are in Europe. Expect to pay about US$ 373 for replacing your shattered display if you are from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Spain, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Austria, Finland and the United Kingdom.