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Is your iPhone Screen cracked, shattered, pixelated, broken, or smashed? Has the display turned blank, or have white lines appear on it? We provide a fast, reliable, and competitively priced solution to fix your broken iPhone screen at our repair center. The screen module of your iPhone incorporates four parts. The display, touch, front glass, and plastic frame. All these parts are glued together at the factory. Therefore, the complete screen assembly must be replaced if any part of the screen accidentally breaks.
The pricing in this chart only applies to iPhone screen replacement. You’ll pay additional costs if you have any other problems with your iPhone. We offer a 50% discount on the second part and up to a 75% discount on the third part used for the same iPhone. You may refer to the iPhone Back Glass Repair page if the back glass is damaged along with the screen. We will replace your device’s complete back assembly, which comes with a metal frame.
You can refer to the iPhone Repair page for more repair services.
All prices are in Arab Emirates Dirham (AED) and include VAT. Accidental damage isn’t covered under our Limited Warranty. However, if the screen fails again due to a manufacturing issue within 1 year of replacing it from us, it may be covered under our Limited Warranty.
We can replace your iPhone screen the same day we receive it. It will take about 30 minutes to 1 hour to fix your iPhone’s cracked screen if you visit our store in Dubai. Please call the store you will be visiting to check for stock availability before arriving.
We use an Original Equipment Manufacturer – OEM screen in our iPhone repairs. It is the same part that came with your iPhone when it was new. This allows us to deliver the same high-quality service the repair industry can offer.
We don’t offer compatible screens referred to as copy, china original, and A+
We provide a 1-Year warranty for OEM screen replacement.
*Warranty is considered void if your device has accidental damage, liquid ingress, or has any symptoms mentioned in the Damage Symptoms section above.
If your iPhone model is not on the above list, then we don’t have the parts for it yet as our cost for new parts is higher than Apple screen repair pricing.
If you purchased your iPhone less than a year ago and there is no visible damage on your device, you might be eligible to get your screen replaced under Apple Limited Warranty at the Apple Store or any Apple Authorized Service Provider.
Cracked or broken screens are not covered under the Apple Limited Warranty. You might be able to fix the screen for a fee if you are covered under Apple Care+
Not sure if your iPhone is under warranty? Check if you have an Apple Limited Warranty or Apple Care+ by entering the iPhone serial or IMEI number.
Important Display Message
Apple tries to make screen replacement harder for third-party repair services. In iPhone 11 and later models, the screens are coded with an OTP (one-time programmable) serial number linked to the device’s serial number. Once the screen is replaced, the iPhone detects the serial number stored in the software no longer matches the new display serial number. Hence, it starts showing “Important Display Message” on your device. Similar to the recent addition of battery warnings, this warning happens even if you swap a genuine Apple screen from one iPhone to another. Apple uses cloud-based proprietary software to link the serial numbers again, which removes the message, and this software is only accessible to the Apple Store and Apple Authorized Service Providers.
Your iPhone will report if the screen on your device has been replaced with a message: “Unable to verify this iPhone has a genuine Apple display or the repair is incomplete” It starts as a persistent message on your lock screen, lasting for four days. After that, the warning lodges itself in the Settings for 15 days and then in Settings > General > About after that. These notifications don’t affect your ability to use your iPhone or your display.
Here are some of the customers’ most common questions about the iPhone screens.
Yes, it makes sense to replace your iPhone screen from the Apple Store for AED 99 if you have an AppleCare+ plan. If not, then Apple charges an (out of warranty) fee if you don’t have one.
The top glass, touch screen, and screen are glued together during the manufacturing process at the factory, so if any of them breaks, then the whole screen module needs to be replaced.
iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max are part of Apple’s 2019 generation of smartphones which feature an OLED display that is superior to the LCD display used in the iPhone 11.
Corning has been supplying its gorilla glass for every iPhone since 2007.
Bright green lines on your iPhone screen, also known as the green line of death, may happen when your iPhone was accidentally dropped, causing internal damage to the screen module. The only way to resolve the problem is by replacing the screen assembly.
Going for a replacement iPhone Screen is always better than buying a new iPhone; it saves customers time and money. In most cases, an affordable screen repair can not only extend your device’s life by several months or years, but it is also good for the environment, which reduces e-waste.
While it is technically possible to replace the iPhone screen at your home, but not recommended. Repairing these devices requires set processes, and they cannot be completed correctly without specialized tools. Thus, CelMetro recommends against availing of a home repair service.