Cult of Mac offers cheap iPhone repairs, iPad repairs and MacBook repairs

Cult of Mac will repair your broken iPhones, iPads and MacBooks!


The high-quality, personalized service your device will receive with our new repair program!

Starting today, we are offering high-quality repair services for Apple products to all our U.S. readers. Following the great feedback we’ve received on our trade-in program — to date we’ve paid our readers almost $200,000 for their old devices — we are extending our partnership with MyPhones Unlimited to include repair services with unbeatable prices.

Shipping is always free, and there’s no need to worry about hidden fees. Plus, every repair comes with a 180-day warranty. Find out just how cheap iPhone, iPad and MacBook repairs can be!

Our repair service runs on the same easy-to-use platform our buyback readers have come to love. You simply click on your device and select the desired repairs to get a quote.

Then we’ll Priority Mail you a prepaid box so you can ship your device to us. We complete repairs within 24 hours of receiving them. We’ll often get your device in the mail back to you the same day it arrives in our shop.

MyPhones spent the last 12 months designing this process. Thanks to the efficiencies they’ve developed, and the scale they operate at, we’re able to offer the best pricing available anywhere on repairs.

Repairs offered include screens, cameras, buttons, ports, and batteries, as well as virus removal for MacBooks.

Our iPhone screen repair prices versus Apple’s

Below you’ll find our price for iPhone screen repairs versus what Apple charges (in parentheses). Plus, if you don’t live near an Apple store, you’ll pay them an additional $7 to mail in your devices.

  • iPhone 5/5C/5S/SE — $69 ($129)
  • iPhone 6 — $69 ($129)
  • iPhone 6 Plus — $89 ($149)
  • iPhone 6s — $89 ($129)
  • iPhone 6s Plus — $119 ($149)

As mentioned, we offer free shipping on Apple repairs. And there’s no tax (unless you live in Arkansas). That means the prices you’ll see when you visit the links below are the prices you will pay.

Every repair comes with a 180-day warranty for any part defect (note this doesn’t cover accidental damage). And, following a recent policy change by Cupertino, getting repairs done by third-party providers will no longer void your Apple warranty.

To see our prices, click through to your device and find out just how cheap and easy Apple repairs can be.


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