iPhone X


There was something rather special about the September 2017 Apple product launch, and that was the big revel for the much-rumoured iPhone X (or iPhone 10) – the 10th anniversary iPhone, and the most expensive to date at nearly £1000.00. In development for over 5 years, the launch of the iPhone X coincided with the launch of the iPhone 8 Plus phablet and the more conventionally-sized Phone 8. There were so many internal and external innovations in the iPhone X that it is difficult to know where to start in describing them. The new iPhone was bezel-less, with a steel and glass construction, wireless induction charging capability, a 5.8-inch display, and most notably, no Home button – a total departure from previous models, which had always had either a physical or a virtual Home button.

Losing the Home button meant that the Touch ID fingerprint scanner was also no longer present, and instead the iPhone X was fitted with the new Face ID system – this was Apple’s newest and most highly-anticipated facial recognition system. A set of dedicated cameras located at the top of the front screen (within the ‘notch’) scanned the face of the user with over 30K infra-red dots. These dots were then used to map the face in 3D, and the system could even cope with alterations over time as the user wore different accessories such as hats, glasses, jewellery and scarves. A genuine revolution in smartphone technology.


  • Colour: Space Grey, Silver
  • Size: 5.65 x 2.79 x 0.30 inches (143.6 x 70.9 x 7.7 mm)
  • Weight: 6.1 oz (174 g)
  • Display: 5.8-inch Super Retina HD
  • Resolution: 2436 x 1125
  • Storage capacity: 64 GB or 256 GB
  • RAM: 3GB
  • Front camera: 7MP
  • Rear camera: 12MP
  • CPU: Apple A11 Bionic


When you’ve paid nearly $1,000 for your iPhone X, the last thing you want is for it to be out of action. The problem is, the iPhone may contain all the latest technology, but it will still be at the mercy of the world around it. Knocks and drops can crack or scratch the screen, everyday charging and discharging will eventually wear out the battery, and there are any number of things that can go wrong, no matter how careful you are. The good news is that iTechnician can provide solutions to all your iPhone X repair needs – from rapid screen replacements and battery fitting, to camera repairs and solutions to other hardware and software problems. The iTechnicians can come out to you at your home or workplace to repair your iPhone X, or you can get your precious handset to a local repair centre for an on-demand repair. Don’t risk putting your expensive piece of technology into the hands of cowboys – get a professional iPhone X repair from an iTechnician Apple iPhone expert.

  • Screen repair (LCD & Glass)
  • Battery replacement
  • Charging port repair
  • Water / liquid damage repair
  • Diagnostic service
  • Power button repair
  • Earpiece repair
  • Microphone repair
  • Loudspeaker repair
  • Front camera repair
  • Rear camera repair
  • Software fix
  • Vibration repair


iPhone X repair costs vary and are constantly changing. We will keep updating this page so you can get an idea on what you should be paying for repairs in your area.

Date Device iTech Location Repair Cost
12/11/2019 iPhone X Tarleton Fones & Computing Tarleton Screen repair (LCD & Glass) £120.00
14/11/2019 iPhone X MobiTechs Stockport Screen repair (LCD & Glass) £150.00

How it works


Step 1

Let us know what is wrong with your iPhone X. We can fix almost all problems. All iPhone X screen repairs can be completed on the same day.


Step 2

Help is on the way! You can come to us or our iTechs can come to you to repair your iPhone X. We’ll have your Apple phone looking like brand new.


Step 3

Your iPhone X repair is done and carried out. You're back to business as normal, like the damage was never there!