How much does it cost to get a screen replaced on an Apple iPhone 3GS


You can now replace a defective screen for free if your under warranty or, if not warranty-related, for a nice hefty $199.

How much does it cost for screen protectors for the iPhone 3Gs

You can buy the Power Support Anti-Glare Film Set for iPhone 3G, which doubles as a screen protector for $14.95 from Apple store.

How much does ATT replace an iphone 3gs lcd screen for

The iPhone is a line of Internet and multimedia-enabled smartphones designed and marketed by Apple Inc and AT&T will charge about $50 to replace an iphone 3gs lcd screen!

How much does apple charge to replace a broken iPhone 4

If it’s not a warranty issue, the cost of having the screen replaced on your Apple iPhone is $199.00. !!

6 Responses to “How much does it cost to get a screen replaced on an Apple iPhone 3GS”

How much does the apple iPhone 3gs cost?The iPhone 3Gs costs $200 dollars with a contract.The iPhone 3Gs costs $500 dollars without a contract.

By Christy August 5th, 2012 at 22:53:18

A damaged application or low battery level may cause the screen on an iPhone 3GS to freeze up from time to time. The device works best when the the battery level is high and the latest software updates are installed. If it’s still not repaired, it’s

By dpetersman August 6th, 2012 at 02:06:46

The iPhone 3Gs costs $200 dollars with a contract. The iPhone 3Gs costs $500 dollars without a contract.

By mlotziii August 6th, 2012 at 03:57:28

The iPhone 3GS rate plan will cost $30 per month, with spe…

By hypoharry August 6th, 2012 at 06:04:40

Apple iPhone 3GS 32 GB hot tipiPhone 3GS 32GB White for £ 538.30 at Apple Mobile Phone / Apple iPhone 3GS – 32? Company Information Company Details -THE MK ELECTRONICS STORE

By badseed00 August 6th, 2012 at 07:49:12

Which smartphone is right for me? I am looking for a smartphone to replace my iPhone 3G 16GB. It has been a great phone for about a year, serving my entertainment needs successfully. However, I now need something that can also do business-y stuff like:
-Have a better mail client. I need push Gmail and need to have a unified inbox, as well as additional mail management options that are not present on the iPhone (delete prior, delete only on handheld or also on the server, you know, all the stuff BlackBerry does).
-Edit Word documents. Yes, there is an “app for that” on the iPhone, but I need one built to work with the phone in the first place. It should have spell check, copy/paste, font formatting, and the like. This also needs to have seamless integration with the mail software so I can edit and turn around documents in a few clicks.
-MULTITASKING. For heaven’s sake Apple really needs to get themselves on this one. I have been driven mad constantly by trying to answer an email, then an SMS pops up. I have to exit the Mail app, open SMS, wait for it to load, answer, exit back, and open Mail up again, remember what I was doing, and continue. This is a simple example, but typically I will be trying to run a Web browser, email, SMS, instant messenger, and an app or two at the same time. I need fast switching between apps.
-Faster processor. Wow, this phone has such slow load times and a long time you must wait after clicking on an app and having it load! I realize the 3GS has a faster processor but I cannot buy another iPhone because of the lack of multitasking.
-Syncing with Mac. One of the main reasons I have an iPhone is because it syncs with Mac computers, which are the only ones I own. My new phone must be able to sync with iCal, Address Book, and preferably iTunes. Drag and drop data is also acceptable.

My phone must also have non-work strengths, such as:
-A quality camera, 3+ megapixels, autofocus, with manual adjustments and a flash. I cannot always carry my bulky DSLR camera or even my tiny Canon with me all the time, and need a quality camera so I can whip it out whenever I need to and snap a picture.
-VGA or better, 30 FPS video recording. For the same reason as the camera, I need to have constant access to video recording.
-Full QWERTY keyboard of some quality. The iPhone’s keyboard is OK but I cannot tolerate not being able to type anything without looking at the screen. I also need to be able to type quickly so I can get more done while I am away from my computer.
-Decent screen size/resolution. The iPhone’s display is mediocre in its resolution-to-size ratio. A display comparable to the BlackBerry Bold’s size would be acceptable. Even a little smaller.

I know I am asking for a lot here but isn’t there anything that can do this? This phone must work with AT&T in the United States. I do not care if it is unlocked, or what country it comes from, or how much it costs. Please list your possibilities below!

By Smilefresh August 6th, 2012 at 09:54:08

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