Apple’s iPhone 12 series was launched last week and now the company has revealed how much it cost to replace the screen of the device. Though the screen of an iPhone 12 was teased to be 4 times harder to break than the glass on its immediate predecessor – iPhone 11.
Currently, Screen replacement pricing is only available for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro, as these are the only devices from the new range which are currently available to buy in the United States.
iPhone 12’s Ceramic Shield costs the same $279 to replace
The iPhone 12’s new OLED display will costs $279, which is $80 more expensive to replace than last year’s iPhone 11’s LCD panel.
It is expected that the screen repair price for the much smaller iPhone 12 Mini will be significantly lower than those listed above, while the price for an iPhone 12 Pro Max screen repair may be greater.
The cost to repair other damage (such as liquid damage) has remained $549 from the iPhone 11 Pro to the 12 Pro, but has grown from $399 on the iPhone 11 to $449 on the iPhone 12.
The morale of this article is “Do Not Break Your iPhone 12” screen if you ordered for one.