How to Get Your Apple Watch Repaired

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The Apple Watch is an incredibly useful and powerful device that many of us rely on every day. Unfortunately, accidents can happen and your Apple Watch screen can fall off. If this happens, it’s important to know what your options are in order to get the best repair possible.

If you have AppleCare+, your Apple Watch screen can be serviced for a fee of $69 to $79. This coverage applies even if the glass on your watch is damaged due to accidental damage from handling. If you don’t have AppleCare+, you’ll have to pay an out-of-warranty fee that ranges between $159 to $800 depending on the model of your watch.

In either case, it’s important that you take quick action in order to ensure the best repair possible. You should contact Apple Support as soon as possible in order to discuss what needs to be done and set up a repair appointment if necessary.

When taking your Apple Watch in for repair, make sure you bring all necessary accessories such as charging cables and adapters with you so that the technician can properly diagnose the issue. You should also make sure that all of your personal data is backed up before taking it in for service as there is always a risk of data loss during repairs or servicing.

The best way to protect yourself from needing a costly repair due to an accidental drop or other damage is by purchasing an Apple Care plan or a thid party warranty plan when purchasing an Apple Watch. This will ensure you are covered against any unexpected costs associated with repairs or servicing due to accidental damage from handling or other incidents.

We hope this information has been helpful in understanding what options are available if the screen on your Apple Watch falls off due to an accident or other circumstance. We advise that you take quick action and contact Apple Support as soon as possible in order to get the best repair possible for your device!

Cost of Reattaching an Apple Watch Screen

If your Apple Watch screen needs to be reattached, you’ll likely need to have it serviced by an Apple Authorized Service Provider. Depending on the model of your Apple Watch, the cost of this service will range from $159 to $800. If you have AppleCare+, the out-of-warranty fee will be reduced to either $69 or $79 depending on your device and coverage level.

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Replacing the Screen on an Apple Watch

Yes, we can replace just the screen on an Apple Watch. Depending on the exact model of Apple Watch, we may need to replace the entire display assembly, which includes both the glass and OLED display. We will inspect your device and provde a repair cost estimate before beginning any work. If you have purchased AppleCare+, accidental damage from handling coverage may be applicable for this repair.

Does Apple Offer Free Screen Replacement?

No, Apple does not replace screens for free. Apple offers a fee-based service to replace cracked screens. This service is not covered under the Apple warranty, however, and threfore must be paid for by the customer.

Replacing the Glass on an Apple Watch

To replace the glass on your Apple Watch, you will need to take it to your nearest Apple Store or an authorized service center. When you arrive, they will perform a thorough in-store check and then send the watch off to an Apple Watch repair center. Before submitting your watch for repair, be sure to back up all of your data.


In conclusion, the Apple Watch is an incredibly useful device for tracking your health and staying connected. It’s backed by the AppleCare+ plan, which provides access to repairs and technical support for a small fee. Damaged glass isn’t covered by the warranty, but it is eligible for coverage through AppleCare+ if you have an applicable plan. Ultimately, with its wide range of features and reliable customer support, the Apple Watch is a great choice for any tech-savvy individual.

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James Walker

James Walker has a deep passion for technology and is our in-house enthusiastic editor. He graduated from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and loves to test the latest gadgets and play with older software (something we’re still trying to figure out about himself). Hailing from Iowa, United States, James loves cats and is an avid hiker in his free time.