You can now repair cracked iPhone screens at select Power Mac Center branches

Jace Amodo
PUBLISHED July 24, 2018 02:56 pm
Photo release/Power Mac Center

(Inside Manila) When it comes to cracked phone screens and broken displays, iPhone users feel the pain of this the most. Thankfully, there is now a quicker solution other than having to bear with a cracked iPhone unit.

Priding itself with convenient and hassle-free service, Power Mac Center (PMC), the recognized Apple Premium Reseller and Authorized Service Provider in the Philippines, is now addressing this iPhone mishap.

PMC is now offering replacement repair services for damaged display screens to customers with iPhone 6s or later models. Currently, the deal is exclusively available at PMC branches in Glorietta 5 and The Annex at SM City North EDSA.

“Accidents do happen to the best of us but Power Mac Center came prepared. We take pride in being the first to officially offer this kind of service to Apple clients in the Philippines. Since the servicing is done locally, it’s now more convenient and hassle-free,” said Power Mac Center Marketing Director Joey Alvarez.

The price for the service price starts at P11,025 inclusive of diagnostics fee and replacement parts. The payment may be made through cash, debit, or installment basis for three months with 0% interest for select credit cards.

The turnaround time for repair depends on the availability of replacement stocks and the diagnosis. However, customers can avail a same-day repair for an additional fee of P1,000. This Express service also entitles the client to an exclusive discount on iPhone screen protectors and protective cases redeemable at said branches.

Either you love your phone too much, or you simply can afford it to cash out as much as 11,000 to replace a broken screen, PMC's latest service offering is definitely heaven-sent for the iPhone loving folks in Manila.

For more information, call the Power Mac Hotline at 725-4762 (4PMC), email, or visit



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