What happens if i crack my iphone 5 screen

Best answer: Basically you're asking how to become a legend. Well in order to do that, you will need to truly be unique and crazy talented. If you are a musician, you will have to be a musical genius (something most of the people you mentioned had in common). If you wanted someone to sound like Michael Jackson, the only person you could listen to was Michael Jackson himself, because he had something to offer that no one else could. Not only was he a musician, he was also a dancer and I'm pretty sure girls liked the way he looked as well.

It also helps to have an attractive personality (i.e comedy, morals, etc.)

To sum it up

1.Lots of talent

2.Uniqueness

3.Originality <-----BIG ONE (Try to do something no one has seen before. If other people want to imitate you, consider it a success)

4. It helps to know the right people but if you can get your foot in the door on your own then you should be fine

5.Give people something to talk about (whether its your looks, something you did, whatever it is it has to be newsworthy)

6. It helps to have a nice personality so people will want to work with you

*As for Adele, she just has the perfect timing. While there are a bunch of garbage artists doing everything for money nowadays, she is one of the few artists that actually sings from the heart, and that's why a lot of people like her because people can relate to her music and feel her emotions

Apple Stores Can Now Replace iPhone Displays While You Wait

by Chris Ryan Jul 6, 2009 - 8:02 AM PST

For many of us, the iPhone has become a staple item in our daily assortment of tech gear. Like any product that gets heavy use on a daily basis, sometimes it can fail. For the iPhone, that means a trip to the often-crowded Genius Bar for help. Now, as more consumers are adopting the digital device, Apple (s aapl) is facing an increasing number of iPhones in need of repair. The good news for consumers is, the majority of those repairs can now be done by your local Genius.

When the iPhone first launched, Apple offered a “loaner” program (with a fee) for consumers who had iPhones that needed to be repaired. This program, which received little attention in the press, finally disappeared from Apple as it began offering instant iPhone swaps, instead of asking a consumer to wait a few days for an offsite repair. (Come to find out, the “waiting” technique may work well for iPods, but doesn’t fly for iPhones). In an even more efficient move, Apple now offers a new service allowing Geniuses to perform actual repairs of the screen assembly to your iPhone at the store.

What? No more free swaps?

Cracked screen? No worry!

They should do battery replacements if they can take screens out… All you have to do is take out 8 tiny little screws after the screen is out, pull out the motherboard(easy as cake) and the battery is just stuck down. Pop it out, pop in the new one…. bet i could do the whole process in LESS then 5 minutes… (of course i have done a LOT of them for friends) Putting in the bigger 1600maH battery, instead of the 1150maH stock one…

I had my iPhone 3GS lcd screen replaced by a Apple Genius because of a dead pixel. And do you know what happen when I got my phone back? Dents on the bezel and back cover, I only found out next day, because my 3GS is always in a case.

[…] The Apple Blog reports that Apple has started to replace defective or cracked iPhone screens while you wait at the Genius Bar. However, if you’re past the warranty period and need to do some DIY repair work, Jeff Carlson documents that painstaking of fixing his wife’s iPhone screen over at TidBITS. […]

What happens if i crack my iphone 5 screen

[…] The Apple Blog reports that Apple has started to replace defective or cracked iPhone screens while you wait at the Genius Bar. However, if you’re past the warranty period and need to do some DIY repair work, Jeff Carlson documents that painstaking of fixing his wife’s iPhone screen over at TidBITS. […]

John July 8th, 2009

Just had this happen to me for the second time. They’re great phones, but this time it cracked when I dropped it in the grass. The first time this happened, I paid $200 at the Apple Store for a swap. However, this time, I found a more affordable solution. If you are in the Dallas area, I would recommend CrackedPhoneScreen. They will replace the cracked face for $89.99 while you wait. It took the technician a few minutes and the phone is as good as new. You can even mail them your phone and they will fix it and mail it back. Their number is (214) 550-0707 and their web site is crackedphonescreen

Is it the same quality as the Apple store? I need mine replaced & live in Dallas so was thinking of taking it in.

[…] week, Apple announced that a specific repair, screen replacement, can be performed at Apple Store Genius Bars while the customer waits. The service is free if your phone is under warranty, otherwise it will […]

[…] week, Apple announced that a specific repair, screen replacement, can be performed at Apple Store Genius Bars while the customer waits. The service is free if your phone is under warranty, otherwise it will […]

[…] week, Apple announced that a specific repair, screen replacement, can be performed at Apple Store Genius Bars while the customer waits. The service is free if your phone is under warranty, otherwise it will […]

Apple Replaces iPhone Glass In-house | macdavid pro July 7th, 2009

[…] to the Apple Blog, you can now get your warranty-less cracked iPhone glass fixed for a whopping $199 bucks. […]

[…] week, Apple announced that a specific repair, screen replacement, can be performed at Apple Store Genius Bars while the customer waits. The service is free if your phone is under warranty, otherwise it will […]

Answer to Your 7 Most Common Questions

1. What is the OtterBox Warranty Policy ?

We have a one year limited warranty that covers damages to and defects within OtterBox products and reserve the right to charge a small shipping and handling fee in connection with the fulfillment of any valid claim. We are not able to extend our warranty to any smart phone or other device or product manufactured by anyone other than OtterBox.

For OtterBox Clearly Protected line of products only, we provide a warranty for the life of the product, provided the Clearly Protected product is used on only one device and has not been removed from that device at any time. We also provide a one-time replacement of the product for defective installation by the customer (including air bubbles that don’t go away within 24 hours of installation).

2. May I change the color of my case for a warranty replacement?

The OtterBox warranty covers the same product that was originally purchased. This includes color. We are unable to switch colors for warranty replacements.

3. How do I know my warranty claim was submitted?

After hitting the “submit” button on our online warranty form, or after disconnecting with our CS team on the phone, you will receive an email. This email will have your incident number, and a link for you to follow so you may upload pictures of your damaged case.

Be sure to check your spam folder for our email, as sometimes our communications are accidentally routed there. This is especially true with Yahoo accounts.

4. What does it mean if I receive an email requesting additional pictures of my damaged case?

This simply means something was missing from your pictures. Please be sure to read and follow these 3 instructions carefully.

  1. Each picture needs to include a piece of paper with your name and the date written on it. This should be included with your case, in the same picture.
  2. One picture needs to clearly show your entire case; one picture needs to clearly show the circle/square stamping on the inside of the silicone piece.
  3. If your case has a pattern on it (e.g. Realtree camo), this must appear in your picture.

5. Does OtterBox have a store?

We do not currently have a retail location. However, we have several authorized resellers that consistently have our products available. You are also welcome to contact our distributors for assistance in locating a product in your area.

6. Why doesn’t OtterBox have a case for my device?

We truly wish we could create a case for every device in the industry. However, as a medium-sized company, that is not something we are able to do. We greatly appreciate customer feedback, and would love to hear your suggestions for future products.

7. How do I know if the case I purchased is a genuine OtterBox product?

The best way to guarantee you’re purchasing an OtterBox product is by ordering directly from our website. You can learn about counterfeits and how to report counterfeits by contacting our brand protection team.

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