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Report: Apple to start in-store iPhone 5c, 5s repairs

Apple stores will soon be able to make hardware repairs to the iPhone 5c and 5s, according to a new report. Sources claim the touchscreens will be replaced in-store, with a replacement costing $149 for either device. The stores will also be able to replace the volume buttons, rear camera, speaker system, and vibrating motor on either device, and the Home Button on the iPhone 5c — but likely not the Touch ID Home Button on the 5s. Fees for part replacements will be waived if a device is under AppleCare warranty. [via 9to5Mac]

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