The iPhone X, iPhone XS and iPhone 11 handsets all come with glass on the back of the device, if it gets broken it can be an expensive repair.
Apple charges between $300 to $600 to repair the rear glass depending on the model, this is becuase the glass is glued to the metal frame with permanent adhesive.
Zach from JerryRigEverything has come up with a great way to remove this adhesive and also the broken glass using lasers, once done the glass can be replaced for a lot less than Apple charges for it, have a look at the video below.
Very impressive and a clever way to remove this permanent glue on the iPhone, although you will need a $2,000 machine to do it.
Considering the back replacement glass costs around $20, it may be worth trying to find a third party repair place to replace the broken back glass on the iPhone rather than paying Apple $300 to $600.
Source & Image Credit JerryRigEverything
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