Apple iPhone X Repairs Will Cost Up to $549 Without AppleCare+

October 27, 2017, 4:54 PM UTC

If you plan to buy an iPhone X, you’d better have some cash set aside in case you drop it and don’t have a warranty.

Apple will charge customers up to $549 to fix problems with its new iPhone X, the company revealed on Friday. Apple didn’t say how much it would charge for each repair like a broken button or water damage.

Under an AppleCare+ warranty, iPhone X repairs for accidental damage will cost $99 while repairs for faulty components are covered in full. The warranty provides up to two years of technical support and accidental damage coverage for $199.

The iPhone X is Apple’s (AAPL) most expensive smartphone. with a starting price of $999. It also comes with several advanced features including a new Face ID facial scanner that verifies users’ identities and lets them access the handset’s software. The iPhone X comes with an organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screen, the first from Apple to use the high-priced display technology, and the ability to charge the device wirelessly.

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While those features may appeal to shoppers, they’re also expensive. Add that cost to Apple’s notoriously high pricing on repairs, and customers should think seriously about protecting their smartphones with a case.

In addition to general repairs, Apple said on Friday how much it will charge customers for replacing the iPhone X’s screen. Through AppleCare+, it costs $29, the same amount for replacing the display for other iPhones. Out-of-warranty replacements cost $279, topping the iPhone 8 Plus’ $169 cost. The iPhone 8 screen replacement costs $149.

It’s a similar story on general repairs, with repairs for the iPhone 8 Plus costing up to $399. Apple’s iPhone 8 repairs can top $349.

Apple will start shipping the iPhone X on Nov. 3.

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