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Current version by: Andrew Optimus Goldberg (vote details) ,

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Hello,

You can defiantly replace this screen yourself on the iPhone 6. I will be adding a guide to iFixIt for it, it is much easer the the 5s.

However if you do have Apple Care or Insurance you are most likely look at a much cheaper fix, since the phone is still so new. I say this because part cost for the Front Assembly of an iPhone6  4.7 still ranges between $130-$200 just for the part alone.

Most Cell Phone Repair shops are charging between $199-$299 for this repair and if you have Apple Care your looking to spend $109 for it which is a great price considering you have already paid into Apple Care. So...at this time i would let a pro handle it.

Hope this helps, if it does please mark it up!

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Edit by: iRobot ,

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Hello,

You can defiantly replace this screen yourself on the iPhone 6. I will be adding a guide to iFixIt for it, it is much easer the the 5s.

However if you do have Apple Care or Insurance you are most likely look at a much cheaper fix, since the phone is still so new. I say this because part cost for the Front Assembly of an iPhone6  4.7 still ranges between $130-$200 just for the part alone.

Most Cell Phone Repair shops are charging between $199-$299 for this repair and if you have Apple Care your looking to spend $109 for it which is a great price considering you have already paid into Apple Care. So...at this time i would let a pro handle it.

Hope this helps, if it does please mark it up!

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Original post by: Shaina O ,

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Hello,

You can defiantly replace this screen yourself on the iPhone 6. I will be adding a guide to iFixIt for it, it is much easer the the 5s.

However if you do have Apple Care or Insurance you are most likely look at a much cheaper fix, since the phone is still so new. I say this because part cost for the Front Assembly of an iPhone6  4.7 still ranges between $130-$200 just for the part alone.

Most Cell Phone Repair shops are charging between $199-$299 for this repair and if you have Apple Care your looking to spend $109 for it which is a great price considering you have already paid into Apple Care. So...at this time i would let a pro handle it.

Hope this helps, if it does please mark it up!

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