New iPod LCD Replacement Services Offered

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When your iPod screen is cracked, the folks at the website can replace it with a brand new one that is covered for ten years.

Having a damaged iPod screen is perhaps the second most common ailment after needing a new battery

Known for providing iPod battery kits and services for the past three years, industry leader Milliamp LTD from their website has just announced their brand new iPod LCD replacement program today from their San Antonio location.

"Having a damaged iPod screen is perhaps the second most common ailment after needing a new battery," said Anthony Magnabosco, the owner of the iPod repair company.

The LCD's, or liquid crystal displays, inside every iPod and iPhone are very fragile pieces of equipment, but they typically hold up pretty well under normal use. However, if the iPod is dropped or is exposed to wild temperature swings, the screen can show a noticeable crack or defect, or simply may not work at all.

Since the LCD inside every iPod is a bit challenging to change, the website prefers to replace them at their shop. Most LCD's, regardless of the type of iPod you have, run just $20, and there is a modest installation fee to cover labor and return shipping.

New screens for the iPod touch and iPhone are significantly higher, simply because of the scarcity of these parts. However, Milliamp LTD does offer new iPhone screens as well, for people who would rather keep their iPhone instead of spending a ton of money on a brand new one.

"When you have a working iPod or iPhone but the screen does not work, it is worth the minimal expense to get it fixed," continued Magnabosco.

As is the case with their new ipod batteries, a new LCD from the website is also guaranteed for ten years, so it should be the last iPod screen you will ever need to buy for your Apple music player.

Quick and painless iPod repairs can be obtained at Milliamp LTD's website

The website and the company Milliamp LTD are in NO WAY associated with Apple Computer, Inc., in the event there was any confusion between the two websites.

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


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