Out of Warranty iPhone X Screen Replacement will Cost $279

With iPhone X available to preorder, Apple on Friday announced service pricing for the device, ranging from $279 to replace a broken screen to as much as $549 for any other damage to the device not covered by the standard one-year limited warranty.

In the United Kingdom, customers will pay £286 for screen repairs and £556 for other out-of-warranty damage. In major European Union markets, the price of iPhone X screen repairs is set to €321 and a whopping €611 for other damage.

AppleCare+ costs $199 in the U.S. and comes highly recommended to save big on repair costs, especially after the standard one-year warranty expires.

The costs mentioned above are limited to the U.S. Below are the rates Apple will charge in other regions:
Australia – $419 for screen repairs, $819 for other damage
Canada – $359 for screen repairs, $709 for other damage
Germany – €321 for screen repairs, and €611 for other damage
United Kingdom – £286 for screen repairs, £556 for other damage
 Each incident under the AppleCare+ protection plan incurs a service fee. As an example, if you have AppleCare+ coverage you’ll pay only $29 to have your iPhone X screen replaced (other damage is subject to a one-time $99 service fee), and that’s way easier to swallow than shelling out $279 for a new screen without AppleCare+.

 


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