Fast First Generation iPhone LCD Replacement Assistance Program

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The website ipodjuice.com can replace the broken screen in any first generation Apple iPhone, which is good news for owners who may need this kind of service in the somewhat fragile device.

New iPhone Screen

It is amazing how many emails and phone calls we get from people that have cracked their iPhone screen and want to get it fixed.

The iPhone has a gorgeous display, but it can crack if the iPhone slips out of your pocket and hits the ground, or suffers some other kind of unexpected trauma.

Fortunately, iPhone repair company Milliamp LTD, which has conducted business from the website ipodjuice.com for more than three years now, has just launched a new iPhone LCD replacement program to help folks who have a working first generation iPhone, but damaged their screen.

"While a new iPhone screen is more than your typical iPod LCD replacement, most of our customers can justify the cost of the repair.", said Mr. Anthony Magnabosco, the owner of the iPhone and iPod repair website.

When Apple designed the LCD for the first generation iPhone, they joined the screen and the digitizer together, so if the LCD cracks, the entire component needs to be replaced. The two parts that make up the display in the iPhone 3G, in contrast, are separate units.

"It is amazing how many emails and phone calls we get from people that have cracked their iPhone screen and want to get it fixed.", added Magnabosco.

You can get a new iPhone screen for your first generation model at ipodjuice.com and click on 'iPhone Repair' at the top of the screen on the green navigation bar. The online company has inventory on-hand and promises same-day repairs and ships back the very next business day.

The ipodjuice.com website and the company Milliamp LTD are in NO WAY associated with Apple Computer, Inc., just in case you were perplexed about that.

'Apple', 'iPod', and 'iPhone' are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

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