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Motorola and iFixit Have Partnered to Let User Service Their Own Phones

 - Oct 25, 2018
References: techcrunch & engadget
Repairing your broken smartphone often waves the warranty on the device but Motorola is instead encouraging home repairs with its new DIY phone repair kits. Launched in partnership with iFixit, these new kits gives users all the tools they would need to make simple repairs to some of their devices. This can range from changing the cracked screen of a Moto Z Play, to installing a new fresh battery in a Droid Turbo 2.

The DIY phone repair kits range in price depending on the model of the phone and nature of the repair, and can fall anywhere between $35 for a Moto X battery, to $200 for a screen replacement on the Droid Turbo 2 and Moto Z Force. The phone repair kits are curated by iFixit, a company well known for extensively breaking down the newest devices.

Image Credit: iFixit