Since the iPhone 4 and 4S have screens made of glass, they are prone to being damaged. While this glass has a very high quality look to it, it doesn’t tend to respond well to bends or sudden shocks. This can mean that cracked iPhone screens are unfortunately common, impairing the user’s ability to adequately operate the device. The good news is that they can be repaired for under £30 by purchasing an iPhone screen replacement. This typically includes the back panel and the LCD screen with digitiser meaning that the screen will be refreshed as well. With the iPhone 4 and 3 series no longer in production, this is the only way to fix them without going for the latest model.
iPhone screen repair does require some tools to complete. A screwdriver will be needed to remove the screws from the bottom dock connector, which is pretty easy. A suction cup is needed to then lift the display assembly up. This should be done as gently as possible lifting from one end before removing the connectors that holds the screen to the rest of the iPhone. If the screen is still working, then the owner might want to simply replace the glass. This will require the screen to be removed by using a Philips screwdriver to remove the display assembly. Black tape will need to be removed. When the LCD screen is up, do not touch the screen since it is difficult to get rid of. Then simply replace the glass and reattach everything.