Cracked iPod screen? No problem. Dead pixels, or your backlight is not working? Piece of cake. Does your iPod screen go black (or white), or your iPod screen lights up but blank? Perhaps you dropped your iPod and now the screen has lines? These are just a few of the many signs of a broken iPod screen. We see and fix iPod screens on a daily basis.
Need to fix an iPod screen? Good news! We offer two easy and affordable solutions.
1) The first option is our do-it-yourself iPod screen repair kit. This is an excellent choice for those of you who know how to fix a broken iPod screen. If you can replace an iPod screen, choose this option to minimize the cost to fix iPod screen damages. We include a free pry tool with every order to simplify the process of replacing the iPod screen while also ensuring a successful repair. But take note that replacing an iPod screen can be risky and very challenging, so proceed only after you have prepared accordingly.
2) Unsure how to fix a cracked iPod screen? Struggling to figure out how to remove the iPod’s screen? No worries, we’ve got you covered! The second option is our professional iPod screen repair service and is designed for those of you without the time, skills, or desire to replace the iPod screen yourself.
Warning: Do not take chances with aftermarket replacement iPod screens! Aside from inferior performance, cheap Chinese knock-offs expose your iPod to a high risk of future issues! Buy from us and have peace of mind knowing that the job will be done right and our iPod replacement screens are 100% factory original from Apple – guaranteed!
Our catalog features replacement screens for all iPod classics, including screen replacement for iPod 6th & 7th generation, iPod video 5th generation, iPod mini 1st and 2nd generation, iPod photo 4th generation, iPod classic 4th generation, and iPod classic 3rd generation.
A few reasons for iPod screen replacement include:
✓ Cracked, busted, or broken LCD
✓ iPod white screen
✓ Black horizontal lines on iPod screen
✓ Blank screen on iPod
✓ iPod turns on but screen is black