Apple Brings In-Store Screen Replacement Service To iPhone 5C

According to CNN Money, Apple has brought its in-store screen replacement service to iPhone 5C users. The service costs $149 and uses Apple’s advanced display calibration machine that hit Apple Stores in June of last year. The machine originally launched to provide replacements for iPhone 5 screens, and the company has only offered screen replacements for the iPhone 5 to this point. Apple’s iPhone 5S and iPhone 4S are still not eligible for in-store screen replacements.

The iPhone 5C was released in September of 2013 and is a lower-end alternative to Apple’s popular iPhone 5S. The iPhone 5C features an Apple A5 CPU and comes in five different color variants. The device starts at $99 in the United States on a new two-year contract.

Via: AppleInsider
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