It has just increased repair fees for the iPhone not just for new ones, but also for the old models. For example, if you crack the screen on your iPhone 7 or iPhone 6S and aren't covered by warranty or AppleCare+, Apple will charge more than it was previously. Screen repairs for older models such as the iPhone 6 and iPhone SE have been raised, while Apple now charges extra for Plus-sized iPhones.
Apple revealed three new iPhones and it seems to be celebrating the occasion with some stomach-churning pricing. If you want to have Apple's premium products, pay a premium price. Whether this is due to expensive components or limited supply, one thing is certain your wallet will feel.
It also charges a pretty much for other damages, which it says includes all damages not limited to the iPhone screen repair. It will cost your iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 Plus a little higher.
The iPhone X is not yet on the service pricing page, but it can be more costly to repair due to edge-to-edge OLED display and premium components.
If you want to avoid paying these high repair costs, you may want to consider getting AppleCare+ coverage. Keep in mind that it isn't cheap, it costs high to fix your iPhone 8, iPhone 7 and iPhone 6s.
Pre-orders for the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus starts Friday, Sept. 15 and pre-orders for the iPhone X starts Oct. 27. If you do try to get the new iPhones as soon as they are available, be sure to take care of them and maybe spend a little extra on a protective case.
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