This iPhone was run over by a truck, but an iCracked technician fixed it like new in 30 minutes.
Apple is expected to announce iPhones this week, and some people are already lining up already to get them.
The mania surrounding the anticipated iPhone 5S and 5C will prompt many to upgrade their phones, but what if yours is in less than pristine condition? As in, smashed in a thousand pieces?
No worries: a California startup called iCracked can fix it on the spot for you. And now they're launching a full-scale buyback service for older Apple devices.
iCracked began as a casual college repair service but now has a network of hundreds of repair technicians called iTechs who make house calls. They can meet you and revive your busted-up iPhone, iPod, or iPad, even if it's in shockingly bad shape. They can also buy your device.