Apple has updated its website with the latest repair and replacement prices for its iPhones, and things have become more expensive across the board…
Yesterday it was reported that AppleCare+ for all the iPhone Plus models was raised to £149, while the same coverage for the iPhone X is set at £199. Apple also quietly raised the prices of its higher storage iPad Pro models by £50. Now, we’re seeing the replacement and repair prices of all iPhones jump with the introduction of the iPhone 8 and iPhone X.
|Screen repair only||Other damage|
|iPhone 8 Plus||£ 176.44||£ 406.44|
|iPhone 8||£ 156.44||£ 356.44|
|iPhone 7 Plus||£ 176.44||£ 356.44|
|iPhone 7||£ 156.44||£ 326.44|
|iPhone 6s Plus||£ 176.44||£ 336.44|
|iPhone 6s||£ 156.44||£ 306.44|
|iPhone 6 Plus||£ 156.44||£ 336.44|
|iPhone 6||£ 136.44||£ 306.44|
|iPhone SE||£ 136.44||£ 255.44|
|iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c,
|£ 136.44||£ 255.44|
|iPhone 4s||See “other damage” fee||£ 204.44|
iPhone 6 and SE pricing see a £30 jump from previous screen repairs, iPhone 6s and 7 see a £20 jump from previous cost, as well as all the Plus model iPhones seeing a £20 jump to £176.44
iPhone X screen repair isn’t listed yet, but if the AppleCare+ pricing is any indication, we could see a £200+ cost to fix a damaged bezel-less display.
As for “Other damage” which often means an iPhone replacement due to any factor besides malfunction or defect, the new prices jump by a little for the iPhone 7/7 Plus, but the iPhone 8/8 Plus come in at the highest replacement prices we’ve ever seen at £356.44 and £406.44
I think it’s safe to say that we’ll see more people using cases with the new iPhone 8 and iPhone X than ever before.