There is nothing more annoying than a cracked screen.
Weird lines running across any image, video, or worse, body of text, just makes using your phone off-putting. Coming hand in hand with a disheartening reminder that you need to replace it sooner rather than later.
And unfortunately, cracked screens happen all too easily, especially if you, like me, have no regard for a protective cover.
So with the release of the latest generation of the iPhone last year, we took a look at the cost of replacing the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus screen – and while it doesn’t come cheap, we found the best deal you can get.
So let’s compare:
With over nine years of operation, weFix provides immediate, walk-in and walk-out service satisfaction and if you repair your either iPhone screen with them, you get a free headphone jack adapter (which would otherwise cost you R249.)
Although none of us are planning on cracking our screen anytime soon, it’s good to know what’s out there.
We looked a little more into weFix, and found out they have at least nine stores here in Cape Town and 34 stores nationwide.
Let’s just hope those prices dwindle a bit.
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