Quality iPhone X Screen Repair: What to Look For

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Quality iPhone X Screen Repair and Tools
(Last Updated On: November 20, 2020)

With so many options available on the market, it’s hard to decide where to go for quality iPhone X screen repair in the unfortunate event that you drop it and need a repair.

iPhone X Screen Repair Warranty

Lowest price isn’t always the best option. Sometimes the only option is to contact Apple or an Authorized Service Provider. There are certain things to be wary of and certain things that you may or may not know of. As a minimum, any quality iPhone X screen repair should include a warranty. All our screen repairs come with a 1-year warranty. Some other 3rd party locations come with a 90-day warranty. Make sure the business is a quality iPhone repair company and not just a fly-by-night person/business. What happens if you go with the cheapest and it turns out that the cheapest was just that, cheapest parts, cheapest workmanship, cheapest non-existent warranty.


First off, let’s start with a little bit of history and information about the iPhone X and how it differs from previous generations. The iPhone X has what is called an OLED screen. You may have heard that term with other phones, computers, and more than likely in the TV industry. Samsung devices have been using AMOLED screens dating back to the S2 and S3 devices. The technology is a bit different with OLED screens. The specifics I’ll save for another post. However, OLED screen technology has improved so much over the years in both brightness and clarity. Therefore, the majority of all new phones now use this tech.

When hunting for an iPhone X Repair, make sure that the service provider uses an OLED screen, even if aftermarket or refurbished. Some parts on the market utilize old LCD technology but fit and function on devices that originally came with OLED screens. While LCD’s serve as still great technology and many devices use this type of tech, the LCD screen is not as bright as the OLED screen. In other words, if you’re trying to save a buck or two the LCD will work fine. However, the iPhone X costs a lot and provides high-end performance, and you’d be sacrificing this performance and quality to save a few dollars.

quality iPhone X screen - OLED vs LCD

OLED vs LCD screens. Image courtesy http://blog.awok.com/

Final Words

In conclusion, you choose what type of repair and the level of quality you’re looking for. Our repair technicians recommend that our customers spend a little more and make sure that you get a quality iPhone X screen to get the most value and best performance.

We offer walk-in locations in Florida and Massachusetts, with the option to mail in your device if you’re not nearby. We encourage appointments but gladly accept unscheduled walk-ins as well. If you have a question or need some help, we’ve got you covered. Our techs will gladly take the time to chat and discuss.

For a list of our locations, click here.