When I first got started back in 2012 doing repairs for iCracked, I was scared silly. I had no idea how to repair a device or get into fixing any electronics. My first iphone repair was a nightmare. This was completely foreign to me. I had no idea what I was doing and my friend was trying to help me, but was also not very effective. What really helped me was just doing it. As Nike says, 'Just Do It'. I went for it and I messed up. I broke the digitizer on my iPhone 4 while trying to replace the cracked screen on my white Verizon CDMA iPhone. This sucked. I failed and it hurt. However, I took this as a challenge by taking on the repair again with another phone. This time it was a little easier and smooth, and most importantly, the phone worked after the repair! Yes! Things are possible by taking an interest and investment in yourself and learning on your own. So, this is not my recommendation to repair your own iPhone screen, but maybe this will at least inspire you to try something new. Something foreign and difficult. Go for it already!
- Mac Frederick - Owner & Founder of Phone Repair Philly & Momentum Digital