The iPhone 11 Pro Max tops the list with a whopping $329 premium for getting the 6.5-inch OLED display replaced. The iPhone 11 Pro screen replacement is priced at $279, while as expected, the “least expensive” is the iPhone 11 display available for $199. Nevertheless, situation changes completely if your iPhone is covered by an AppleCare+ insurance. In this case you’ll only pay a $29 repair fee on top of the $199 AppleCare+ insurance fee, that you fork out when you buy the device!
Important: AppleCare+ covers two incidents over the span of two years. You will have to pay $29 for each incident. If a third screen damage occurs within the AppleCare+ an iPhone screen replacement will be considered out of coverage and you will have to pay the full price!
Apple’s Official Screen Repair Prices For All iPhone Models
Below you can find the detail list of the pricing for replacing the cracked screen of your iPhone. First column shows the price for out of warranty repairs, while the 2nd price, the smaller one is for those terminals that fall under the AppleCare+ protection:
iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone XS Max – $329 or $29
iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone XS, iPhone X – $279 or $29
iPhone 11, iPhone XR – $199 or $29
iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7 Plus – $169 or $29
iPhone 8, iPhone 7 – $149 or $29
iPhone 6S Plus – $169 or $29
iPhone 6S – $149 or $29
iPhone 6 Plus – $149 or $29
iPhone 6 – $129 or $29
iPhone SE, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C – $129 or $29
Samsung Galaxy Note 10, S10 5G – $279 or – (no AppleCare+ available with Samsung)
Fact: The Samsung Galaxy listing is only for comparison purposes. You won’t be able to replace the screen of your Samsung smartphone in an official Apple repair shop!
What’s your opinion regarding the costs of the screen replacement fees for the iPhone 11 lineup? Have you purchased AppleCare+ or you prefer to invest money in Screen protectors and cases?