iPhone 5c Screen Replacement Program Kicks Off Monday, January 20

Apple specialists will use special calibration machines for the job

By on January 17th, 2014 12:40 GMT

Apple is set to kick off a screen replacement program that benefits iPhone 5c owners with cracked displays. Customers will be able to walk into their local Apple shop and have their phone repaired in no time.

In November 2013, the company slowly began equipping some of its stores with screen replacement machines, and it has continued to do so ever since. On Monday, almost every Apple Retail Store out there will be offering screen replacements for iPhone 5c users, according to 9to5mac.

These repairs typically cost around $150 (€110), and the process reportedly takes about an hour to be completed.

iPhone 5s repairs will be handled under a different program which is scheduled to launch at a later date, according to the report. Apple offers replacements for other parts as well, including buttons.

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