iPod Screen Replacement

The iPod’s liquid crystal display (LCD) began its evolution in 2001 with the 1st generation model which boasted a 2” monochrome screen with LED backlight and 160×128 resolution. By the end of its run in 2014, the 7th generation iPod Classic featured a 2.5” QVGA LCD color screen with a 320-by-240-pixel resolution capable of displaying both photo and video.

The iPod’s screen is easily one of its most fragile components, and unlike most other failures, LCD damage is visibly noticeable. Replacement of the screen will resolve issues such as a cracked screen, shattered glass, busted display, faulty backlight, dead pixels, and everything in between.

It's as easy as 1-2-3 !


Place your order

Add the service to your cart & proceed to checkout.


Print the work order

Complete the work order & include it with your iPod.


Ship us your iPod

Package your iPod securely & mail it to us for repair.

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