How to fix your iPhone and iPad’s broken screen without using an Apple repair kit

I got a call last week from an iPhone repair shop.

The repair shop owner wanted me to come in for a full service.

He wanted me and the phone to be serviced within two weeks.

He didn’t want me to spend another $10,000 on a new phone.

The next day, I was waiting in the back of a red van on the outskirts of the Mexican city of Guadalajara when a woman in a blue jumpsuit grabbed my hand and walked me into a small office.

I had just spent $1,200 on a replacement iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

“I want you to replace your phone,” she said.

I’d heard that this phone was a great phone, but I didn’t think it was this good.

It was a good phone, and I didn the need to spend even more.

She explained that it had been a while since she had used her iPhone.

She’d lost her job, had gotten sick and her health had deteriorated.

The phone had been replaced three times.

This time, it was good enough.

“It’s been working well,” she told me.

I didn, too.

She had replaced my old iPhone 5, too, and she’d been happy.

I was relieved to have a replacement, but as we walked out, she asked me if I wanted a phone with the same design.

She told me that the new phone looked much nicer than the old one.

I smiled and told her that it was a shame that I had to wait until the next repair.

The shop owner agreed to pay me $400 and told me I’d get a replacement phone for free if I could get my old one replaced.

I accepted the deal.

And it worked.

Within a few days, the phone started working again.

I used it for about two weeks and had a good experience.

My only regret was that I wasn’t given the opportunity to have my old phone replaced.

The problem I faced with my iPhone 6 Plus was the same as with my old device: its screen was too small.

The size of the screen on my old 6 Plus meant that the phone could barely fit in my pocket and the screen could get bumped on occasion.

I spent $100 on a better screen for the 6 Plus and it worked much better.

When I finally had a new iPhone, the size of my screen was about the same, but the size in my hand made it impossible to use the screen at a normal angle.

I couldn’t read the text on the screen or the icons on the home screen.

The screen also was too close to my face, so the touchpad wasn’t very comfortable.

Even though my phone’s screen is so small, I still need to be able to see my text messages on my home screen because of the way the home button works.

This is where the iPhone 6 comes in.

The 6 Plus has a smaller screen than the iPhone, but it also has a more comfortable and comfortable-looking keyboard.

In fact, the keyboard is so comfortable and the keys are so comfortable that it almost feels like a keyboard is in your hand.

But, I found that it still has a lot of problems with its touchpad.

I have trouble moving my hand up and down the keyboard.

When you hold down the button, it’s hard to press a key that is near your mouth.

I don’t know why this is the case, but my finger doesn’t always get as far up and as far down as it should.

I also have trouble getting the screen to rotate as smoothly as it could.

The design of the keyboard has also caused me to struggle with navigation.

It’s difficult to keep track of which buttons are on the keyboard and which are on my phone.

I can only keep track where the letters and numbers are on a home screen, but not where they are on your screen.

Even with my improved navigation, I find myself typing more than usual, which makes me feel like my finger is on the wrong side of the trackpad.

So, I had a better idea what to do about the phone screen problem.

I decided to give the screen a new design.

A redesign of the iPhone’s screen was going to be a good solution, but there were other problems to solve.

There were a lot more buttons on the iPhone 5 and 6 than on the 6, so I had some work to do.

So I got rid of all the buttons on my iPhone 5.

I replaced them with the five most important buttons on a smartphone: home, back, up, down and the volume rocker.

All five of these buttons are the same on the back, home, up and the down.

When they’re all pressed, they make it easier for me to press them.

When the home and back buttons are pressed, the screen flips over to the top and bottom of the phone.

If you hold the home key down and down to switch between home and up, you can flip the phone