The iPhone 8 Plus Back is a workhorse of a phone, with a robust design that can withstand everyday wear and tear. However, the back glass is not immune to damage, and it can be cracked or shattered if the phone is dropped. If you find yourself in need of a iPhone 8 Plus back glass replacement, keep in mind that this is a delicate repair that should be carried out by an iSmash accredited technician experienced technician. By choosing to repair your iPhone 8 Plus back glass with iSmash, you can rest assured that your iPhone 8 Plus will be as good as new.
iPhone 8 Plus Back
The iPhone 8 Plus back glass repair is a delicate repair that should be carried out by an experienced technician.
Repair time: 60 minutes
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FAQs about the iPhone 8 Plus Back Glass Replacement
Here are some of the most commonly asked questions which we get asked about Apple's iPhone 12 Pro back glass replacement?
How does the iPhone 8 Plus back glass break?
The back glass on the iPhone 8 Plus can break easily if the phone is dropped or hit with enough force. The glass is held in place by a metal frame, and the frame is not as strong as the glass itself. As a result, when the phone is dropped, the glass can shatter and break away from the frame. In some cases, the entire back panel can come loose from the phone. If this happens, it can be very difficult to replace the back glass without damaging the phone. In addition, the back glass is susceptible to scratches and scuffs, which can weaken it over time and make it more likely to break.
Why does the iPhone 8 Plus use back glass?
The iPhone 8 Plus features an all-glass design. While this might seem like a cosmetic change, it actually has a number of practical advantages. Glass is stronger than aluminum, so it offers better protection for the internal components of the phone. It is also more transparent than metal, so it allows wireless signals to pass through more easily. In addition, glass can be molded into a variety of shapes, so it can be used to create a sleek, minimalist design. While there are some disadvantages to using glass (it is more prone to shattering and scratching), the benefits outweigh the drawbacks.