Apple just released a few new iPhones that completely surprised the market… the iPhone 8 lineup and the iPhone X’s. Both models are impeccably beautiful and can provide you with a liquid mobile experience. Both devices are glass edge to edge for a great device experience and bring you a beautiful retina display. In the past, when Apple released new devices such as the iPhone 5, 5s, 6, 6s etc.. Small business that repair phones were not worried and neither were the consumers. But the question naturally arises, what will the repair process look like for this device.
Apple recently announced on their website that the latest repair prices for each model are increasing across the board. So what does this mean for small businesses that solely repair iPhones? Well to start, all Apple care prices have gone up in value according to Apple.com The iPhone X’s price to repair is close to $400…
Take a small shop in Connecticut for example, iDoctor Kiosk, if the small shop can strategically figure out how to beat Apple’s prices they can easily maintain their reputation for the best iPhone repairs in Waterbury CT. It is well worth to repair these devices based on the cost of the new phones.
Looking at it from the iPhone 8 you immediately realize the price increase to the iPhone X. It’s roughly a $300 increase just to get that edge to edge retina glass. Places like iDoctorKiosk will need to test multiple different parts just to figure out if they can successfully repair the device. In the past, iPhone Repairs were tested as the screen on every previous device was very similar.
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