|Jan 9, 2013, 12:36 PM||#1|
self-refurb iPhone 4 Verizon
Is it worth it to refurbish a 32GB Verizon iPhone 4 my self?
A friend is giving it to me for free. I'm thinking about using it as a music player since I'm on T-Mobile.
How much should I put into it? It has a smashed back glass, cracked front glass (not a big problem)and broken power button. I might want to replace the battery too. I hope to spend less than $100 on this.
Any tips, advice on purchasing replacement parts for this?
|Jan 9, 2013, 12:43 PM||#2|
"worth" is a subjective term.
To me, it'd certainly be worht it but then again I've been wanting to get my mitts on a broken iPhone and try my hand at fixing it.
...so yeah, I say go for it. I've browsed iFixit and they seem to have everything you would need.
|Jan 9, 2013, 12:45 PM||#3|
The A4 is showing its age now so don't expect it to run everything smoothly, but depending on the price - if dirt chip - I'd say go for it.
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