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iPhone 8 Back Glass Repair: Find Out What Your Options Are

Your precious iPhone 8's cracked back screen is growing increasingly larger by the day. It is now your goal to get the device repaired in order to avoid further damage to the phone and your fingers.

Not only can a broken iPhone back screen cut your fingers and hands, it is simply difficult to continue sending text messages and emails with such damage. Even the simplest task such as holding your device while waiting for the train to arrive could become a bloody disaster. If you're in dire need of an iPhone 8 back glass repair, continue reading to learn what your options are.

The question is, what can you do to ensure your iPhone 8 is repaired in the most professional manner? DIY repairs can lead to tons of future complications such as screen malfunctioning in the form of unnecessary freezing, etc. For a full list of iPhone 8 troubleshooting tips, check out another article from The Beat, in which we cover this topic in more detail.

In terms of preventative measures that can be taken, there are a few that will assist in reducing the risk of injury and to avoid showing off your iPhone’s new not-so-fashionable look. First, you can purchase a protective case - there are tons that are waterproof and even shatter-proof. You can also avoid texting while walking, as this has the potential to result in cracked or damaged rear glass.

If you're out of warranty with Apple, repairs can go well into the hundreds, raising the question: Why didn’t I just purchase a new device for a bit more? You can eliminate this question and others you might have by booking an appointment with one of our skilled professionals who will come directly to you.

If your warranty with Apple is still valid, you could pay as little as $99 for rear glass replacement. For those of you who are not protected under Apple’s warranty - know that you do have options to get your iPhone 8 back glass repair resolved in a flash.

Note: Puls no longer offers iPhone 8 back glass repair but does offer other phone repair services. 

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We Offer Superior Value

iPhone 8 back glass repair

What a shattered iPhone 8 back glass panel looks like. (Photo Credit: iFull Support)

We’d be more than happy to help repair your iPhone 8 or 8 Plus screen in select cities nationwide. With Puls, you aren’t going to spend hundreds of dollars on a half-done repair with cheap parts manufactured without standards or supervision.

Note: Puls no longer offers iPhone 8 back glass repair but does offer other phone repair services. 

You will, however, receive professional service from the best technicians in the country. Along with top-rated customer service, our technicians actually come to you - no matter where you’re located. We’ll meet you at the office, the gym, your home, a restaurant, you name it.

 

What Will it Cost?

Puls iPhone 8 repairUnlike other companies that charge hundreds, we charge just $99 for iPhone 8 screen replacement and $109 for an iPhone 8 Plus screen repair, and we use only the finest parts. We don’t believe in the use of low-quality parts, nor do we take shortcuts in the replacement process.

This allows us to provide excellent service at an affordable price because we know you’ll be satisfied with the quality of the repair. Not to mention, we’re cheaper than an out-of-warranty repair at Apple, and we save you the time and convenience of waiting in line at the store. 

 

We Believe in Quality

iPhone 8 screen repair with PulsWe know how important it is to get your phone working properly as soon as possible. While our offered services are always changing, we’d be more than happy to repair the front screen of your iPhone 8 or 8 Plus.

We offer iPhone 8/8 Plus front screen repair in over 30 markets nationwide, with more to come in the near future. So if you need your iPhone 8 or 8 Plus front screen replaced, book an appointment with one of our skilled technicians today - you can even click here to get 5% off your first service.

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Moshe B.
Moshe B.
Moshe Beauford is a journalist, copywriter and blogger. His work has appeared in publications like GeekTime, Paste Magazine, Property Casualty 360 and Claims Magazine. In his spare time, he loves to cook, write music for and play the violin.

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