Breaking an iPhone screen is a great way to ruin your week. Once you get past the guilt, shame, or embarrassment of bungling your phone, you have to face Apple’s overpriced screen replacement fees. But just how much does Apple overcharge for this stuff?
Well, let’s just say that you should consider some alternatives. Check our top story to see how much an iPhone screen replacement costs, plus some ways you can save money on the repair.
Breaking an iPhone screen is never a fun experience. While nearly every electronics repair store will help you fix your iPhone, the job isn’t free, and you could walk out with a much lighter wallet. So, here are all your repair options, plus the prices you can expect to pay for an iPhone screen replacement. Read More »
As a child of the ’80s and ’90s, owning a pinball machine wasn’t something I could fathom when I was young. But if it had occurred to me, I would have loved it. With Arcade1Up’s pinball cabinets, the company tries to thread the needle between accessibility and realism. And it gets pretty darn close. Read More »
Qualcomm is a leader in mobile technologies, and naturally, its processors are popular in mixed reality headsets like the Meta Quest (formerly Oculus Quest). But what about AR glasses? Well, Qualcomm now confirms that it’s working with three companies to develop Snapdragon-powered smart glasses, and it’s even published a “reference design” to prepare us for the future. Read More »
This week, Tesla opened up access to let users download its service manuals, parts manuals, and repair guides for free, which is a pretty big deal, especially if you’re a DIY type of person. However, we’ve seen this happen before, and it didn’t last long, so download them while you can. Read More »
The upcoming Pixel 6a costs just $450 and offers some of Google’s flagship features, including the Tensor processor and Live Translate. But there’s a bit of controversy surrounding one missing spec—a high refresh rate. And to be honest, the controversy is unwarranted. Read More »
It’s that beautiful time of year, in between Spring and Summer. It’s also the best time of year to buy a bird feeder and invite all of the adorable birds in your area to stop by and get a snack! This feeder can hold up to 2.15 pounds of seeds at a time, which is enough to feed a variety of birds for a while. The twist-and-lock lid is easy to remove, when it comes time to clean and refill it. To clean it, just use mild soap and water once a week. It comes fully assembled and ready to hang—all you need to do is buy some seeds, find a good place to hang it, and enjoy watching your new friends enjoy a tasty meal!
An unusual new iPhone bug is apparently deactivating iMessage and Facetime for some users. The leading solution requires owners to go down to a physical retail store and get a new SIM card. Read More »
When you hear the phrase “dash cam,” it’s easy to think of those ridiculous dash cam videos recorded by Russian drivers. But the truth is, the car accessory has far more functionality beyond catching crazy drivers, like for security or capturing a particularly beautiful drive. Read More »
Bad news for some Kia and Hyundai EV owners! Both brands are recalling approximately 20,000 electric vehicles—the Kia EV6 and the Hyundai Ioniq 5—over a dangerous issue with the parking brake function. Read More »
After several recent leaks, Sony unveiled its new premium WH-1000XM5 headphones with an all-new refined design and countless upgrades. While everything is a little better than the previous generation, they cost $399, a $50 price increase over the 1000XM4s. Read More »
Facebook has a shaky reputation when it comes to privacy, but it’s a useful tool for keeping in touch with friends and family. If you’re going to use the social network, there are a few things you can do to lock things down as much as possible. Read More »
Speakers have come a long way and can suit a variety of needs, which makes shopping for one a tricky process. Need a little help? Just take a look at a few of our favorites to get you pointed in the right direction. Read More »