Apple installed an advanced iPhone 5 screen repair machine for $49 in-store damaged screen replacement service at Apple Retail Stores. These machines automatically calibrate the display screens and help employees in conducting iPhone screen replacements.
Apple's New In-Store iPhone 5 Screen Repair Machine
Apple is already offering iPhonescreenrepair service in its stores for $149. Now Apple has installed a brand new machine at its retail stores that have much advanced displayfeatures that will help employees. The picture of this brand new display calibration iPhone 5 screen replacement machine is first published by 512pixels.net. This new machine works automatically to 'calibrate the display's functionality' as soon as the employees at retail store done the repair of damaged screen.
Apple is actually giving priority to iPhones. According to AppleInsider, company has instructed its all employees at Apple Retail Stores to conducts the iPhone screen repairs on priority basis. It can be because Apple has sold more than 47.8 million iPhones during last quarter. This recordsale is alone more than the total products sold by Apple during last quarter. Apple has just started reparing in-storeiPhone 5 screen repairs last week. Before last week, damaged iPhones are replaced for refurbisheddevices.
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