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30% off iPhone Screen Replacement for a Range of Models at iSmash (From £31.49) @ Groupon

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Posted 2nd Jul 2018
Some decent savings for screen repair on your iPhone. Prices start from £31.49, and repair usually takes around 30 minutes. iSmash will also provide a 12 month warranty on the repair.


  • £31.49 for iPhone 5 screen replacement (30% off)
  • £34.99 for iPhone 5c screen replacement (30% off)
  • £41.99 for iPhone 5s screen replacement (30% off)
  • £59.49 for iPhone SE screen replacement (30% off)
  • £62.99 for iPhone 6 screen replacement (30% off)
  • £62.99 for iPhone 6 Plus screen replacement (30% off)
  • £69.99 for iPhone 6s screen replacement (30% off)
  • £87.49 for iPhone 6s Plus screen replacement (30% off)
  • £83.99 for iPhone 7 screen replacement (30% off)
  • £90.99 for iPhone 7 Plus screen replacement (30% off)
  • £83.99 for iPhone 8 screen replacement (30% off)
  • £90.99 for iPhone 8 Plus screen replacement (30% off)
  • £188.99 for iPhone X screen replacement (30% off)

iSmash boasts a team of trained, accredited technicians ready to tend to a wide range of electronic devices. Android phones, iPhones, iPads and MacBooks can be purchased, repaired and personalised with an array of skins and cases. iSmash can be found at numerous locations across London, Essex, Surrey and Kent. The average phone repair takes approximately 30 minutes. iSmash will provide a 12-month warranty once the device is repaired.

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Call me frugal, but you can order the screen and install it yourself for 1/3 of the price. There's plenty of YouTube videos about.

If not this seems like a decent "deal" from a reputable company.
Weird the iPhone 5/5c/5s/se have different prices as the screen is identical as far as I know and would imagine it would take similar work/parts /time
PIPS02/07/2018 11:20

Call me frugal, but you can order the screen and install it yourself for …Call me frugal, but you can order the screen and install it yourself for 1/3 of the price. There's plenty of YouTube videos about.If not this seems like a decent "deal" from a reputable company.



1/3rd?

Iphone 6s replacement screens cost al little as £10 in ebay.
lukaes201125 m ago

Weird the iPhone 5/5c/5s/se have different prices as the screen is …Weird the iPhone 5/5c/5s/se have different prices as the screen is identical as far as I know and would imagine it would take similar work/parts /time



does the 5/5c/5s not have a finger print scanner where as the SE has therefore your old fingerprint scanner would need to be taken off and refit to the new screen?
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dijital02/07/2018 11:54

1/3rd?Iphone 6s replacement screens cost al little as £10 in ebay.


And are probably not genuine parts.
deleted4437722nd Jul 2018

And are probably not genuine parts.


While true, nothing wrong with a aftermarket screen. Probably made in the same factory
Overpriced and also a terrible company. You are just paying for the name but in reality (and literally) they’ll do it no better than you or me armed with the right tools and a video guide - have done it for friends plenty of times in the past but it’s just not worth the hassle for peanuts with variable quality third-party parts.

And those prices! I think before this claimed 30% off some were more than Apple! And they do it properly!
deleted44377202/07/2018 12:10

And are probably not genuine parts.



If you think iShamsh are using genuine parts you would be wrong. Its nigh on impossible to get genuine parts from anywhere other than Apple (who do not sell them) and salvaged from other broken phones.
Edited by: "dijital" 2nd Jul 2018
dijital02/07/2018 16:40

If you think iShamsh are using genuine parts you would be wrong. Its nigh …If you think iShamsh are using genuine parts you would be wrong. Its nigh on impossible to get genuine parts from anywhere other than Apple (who do not sell them) and salvaged from other broken phones.


A £10 screen won’t be as good as a more expensive screen, even if neither are original. You get what you pay for with displays, so a cheap as chips display will likely have lower brightness, worse contrast ratio, poor colour calibration and inferior durability. You can get some really good aftermarket (OEM) screens...but not for £10
TechnoDonkey02/07/2018 18:34

A £10 screen won’t be as good as a more expensive screen, even if neither a …A £10 screen won’t be as good as a more expensive screen, even if neither are original. You get what you pay for with displays, so a cheap as chips display will likely have lower brightness, worse contrast ratio, poor colour calibration and inferior durability. You can get some really good aftermarket (OEM) screens...but not for £10



Thats why I said "as little as £10"
Edited by: "dijital" 2nd Jul 2018
dijital9 m ago

Thats why I said "as little as £10"


If this company uses quality components though it’s hardly fair to compare with a £10 job if it means inferior parts and no warranty. There’s also the effort involved. The prices here look pretty decent to be fair. There’s a level of risk for them as if they break the phone they have to replace it, and they’ve got to cover all the screens for 12 months.
As mentioned further up you cannot buy any genuine parts only salvaged parts from broken phones. The best screens to try and source are genuine LCD panels which have had their glass replaced only. Also the prices for iphone 5/5c/5s are different as they are different screens, they may look the same but connections are different inside. All them prices are pretty steep. Although some companies such as ipadrehab source genuine refurbed screens they charge a premium for them. They eveh have them stopped by customs ( gizmodo.com/rig…376 )


I believe anyone with 5 brain cells should repair their own screens as they come with the necessary tools for the job.
lukaes20112nd Jul

Weird the iPhone 5/5c/5s/se have different prices as the screen is …Weird the iPhone 5/5c/5s/se have different prices as the screen is identical as far as I know and would imagine it would take similar work/parts /time


Screen prices for the 5/5C/5S are the same and the SE slightly more - they are all different screen housings and take the same time to fit yes
PIPS02/07/2018 11:20

Call me frugal, but you can order the screen and install it yourself for …Call me frugal, but you can order the screen and install it yourself for 1/3 of the price. There's plenty of YouTube videos about.If not this seems like a decent "deal" from a reputable company.


plewis0002/07/2018 13:27

Overpriced and also a terrible company. You are just paying for the name …Overpriced and also a terrible company. You are just paying for the name but in reality (and literally) they’ll do it no better than you or me armed with the right tools and a video guide - have done it for friends plenty of times in the past but it’s just not worth the hassle for peanuts with variable quality third-party parts.And those prices! I think before this claimed 30% off some were more than Apple! And they do it properly!



All of their screen prices even before the discount are less than Apple
wezzel9876506/07/2018 16:58

All of their screen prices even before the discount are less than Apple


Apple used to charge £99 including VAT for iPhone 6 Plus and £79 for the normal sized one if I remember rightly. Anyway, I'd still rather Apple do it than some amateurs with knock-off third-party parts.
plewis0006/07/2018 17:21

Apple used to charge £99 including VAT for iPhone 6 Plus and £79 for the n …Apple used to charge £99 including VAT for iPhone 6 Plus and £79 for the normal sized one if I remember rightly. Anyway, I'd still rather Apple do it than some amateurs with knock-off third-party parts.


That would be for Apple Care replacement not standard customers
wezzel9876506/07/2018 20:10

That would be for Apple Care replacement not standard customers


I’m not stupid enough to pay for AppleCare and I paid £99 when I smashed my iPhone 6 Plus. Still got the receipt somewhere. Like I said, they’ve put the prices up (as I checked just now). Even so I’d pay double rather than take my phone to cowboys like iSmash, unless I literally didn’t care and just wanted it in sellable condition for Gumtree (which is not a position I’ve been in).
plewis0006/07/2018 20:30

I’m not stupid enough to pay for AppleCare and I paid £99 when I smashed my …I’m not stupid enough to pay for AppleCare and I paid £99 when I smashed my iPhone 6 Plus. Still got the receipt somewhere. Like I said, they’ve put the prices up (as I checked just now). Even so I’d pay double rather than take my phone to cowboys like iSmash, unless I literally didn’t care and just wanted it in sellable condition for Gumtree (which is not a position I’ve been in).


Yes that would have been back in 2014 before they massively upped their prices
wezzel9876507/07/2018 00:32

Yes that would have been back in 2014 before they massively upped their …Yes that would have been back in 2014 before they massively upped their prices


2016 actually but close enough.
plewis0007/07/2018 07:56

2016 actually but close enough.


Google lied to me I repair devices for a living and it seems like forever ago and Google supported my thoughts but lied
wezzel9876508/07/2018 15:18

Google lied to me I repair devices for a living and it seems like …Google lied to me I repair devices for a living and it seems like forever ago and Google supported my thoughts but lied


Why would you repairing devices for a living (allegedly) have any bearing on whether you know how much Apple charges. Anyway, I have the receipt from Apple West Quay that’s how I know it was February 2016 that I dropped my phone and had to take it in. I really don’t care if you do or don’t believe it, as if somehow trying to prove someone wrong on the internet gains you anything whatsoever.
plewis0008/07/2018 16:55

Why would you repairing devices for a living (allegedly) have any bearing …Why would you repairing devices for a living (allegedly) have any bearing on whether you know how much Apple charges. Anyway, I have the receipt from Apple West Quay that’s how I know it was February 2016 that I dropped my phone and had to take it in. I really don’t care if you do or don’t believe it, as if somehow trying to prove someone wrong on the internet gains you anything whatsoever.


Why have you turned this into an argument for no reason?
I was was merely stating that I work in the industry - to suggest that we would usually know the cost that Apple charges for repairs because we would prefer to refer customers directly to Apple to retain their warranty of the cost if repair is similarly or cheaper at Apple, which it is usually for neweer handsets.

I thought it was a few years further back than you said and pulled myself up on my mistake
Edited by: "wezzel98765" 8th Jul 2018
wezzel987652 m ago

Why have you turned this into an argument for no reason? I was was merely …Why have you turned this into an argument for no reason? I was was merely stating that I work in the industry - to suggest that we would usually know the cost that Apple charges for repairs because we would prefer to refer customers directly to Apple to retain their warranty of the cost of repair is similarly or cheaper at Apple, which it is usually for neweer handsets.I thought it was a few years further back than you said and pulled myself up on my mistake


Because I thought you were telling me that I got the date wrong. If that wasn't then intended meaning then I genuinely apologise but I did pay £99 for an iPhone 6 Plus screen repair with Apple without AppleCare in 2016. I am acutely aware they put the price up substantially when the iPhone 7 launched because of the waterproof construction. I think we may have misinterpreted each other, so don't worry about it in that case, no offence meant.
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