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iPod Touch - Broken Screen?


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I fell on my bike today and my touch screen cracked. I have a screen protector on, so the pieces of glass are staying together. I don't know if this is because they naturally stay together like that, or if it's the protector. Either way, is there something I should do about my broken screen? Everything works completely fine as of now.
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There's not much you can do except get it fixed.

Just because it works doesn't mean you should keep using it. If it's broken, it's only going to get worse if you neglect a proper repair.

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I fell on my bike today and my touch screen cracked. I have a screen protector on, so the pieces of glass are staying together. I don't know if this is because they naturally stay together like that, or if it's the protector. Either way, is there something I should do about my broken screen? Everything works completely fine as of now.

We replace the glass(also known as the digitizer) It costs $65-$70, depending on your generation. This also includes return shipping! Please, let me know if we can help!

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