First released on September 21, 2012, the iPhone 5 was a leap forward in terms of power and design for the iPhone, featuring a new form factor and boasting a thinner and lighter frame, taller screen, and tons of internal improvements. In addition to adding LTE connectivity, the iPhone 5 was also the first iPhone to include a Lightning port, Apple's proprietary charging solution. This replaced the 30-pin connectors of iPhones past.

Amid a smartphone market becoming saturated with larger and larger screens, the iPhone 5's display was the phone's biggest selling point. Following prior iPhone's 3.5-inch screen size, the 5 was introduced with a 4-inch display with a 16:9 aspect ratio.

While you may have exercised extra care in protecting it, from buying cases to screen protectors, sometimes things happen, like dropping your phone on the sidewalk or having its side buttons suddenly stop working. Bigger screens are nice, but they’re also more prone to bigger cracks. Now you need your iPhone 5 screen fixed and you don't have the time to stop by a repair shop. Fortunately, there's iCracked.

We specialize in providing iPhone 5 screen repairs - especially iPhone 5 screen replacements - in less than 1 hour. And there's no need to drive anywhere: If you're at work, home, or someplace in-between, our team of trained repair professionals will meet you wherever you want to fix your iPhone 5. Have a broken iPhone screen? We can fix it. What about a jammed power button? Don't worry about it. If you are looking to get your iPhone 5 repaired and screen replacements as soon as possible, then contact us and get your iPhone 5 screen repair done fast today!


Specifications for iPhone 5 Repairs


Color options: Black & Slate, White & Silver

Resolution: 1136 x 640

Storage capacities: 16/32/64GB

CPU: Apple A6 with 32-bit architecture

Size: 123 x 58.6 x 7.6 mm


Weight: 3.95 ounces 

Front camera: 1.2MP

Display: 4-inch Retina Display

Rear camera: 8MP


iPhone 5 Screen Replacements & Other Fixes


iPhone 5 Screen Replacement

More screen means more crackable area, right? If your iPhone 5's display suffered some damage, let us know. We will send one of our expert repair technicians anywhere you want to fix your iPhone 5.

Charging Port

The iPhone 5's smaller charging port means there's more of an opportunity for foreign objects (like dirt or dust) to get lodged in it. If your charging port isn't working, check to see if anything is obstructing it. If all seems good, let us know and we'll get your iPhone up and running again in no time.


If you're hearing a lot of what?s while talking on the phone, there's a good chance that there's something wrong with your mic, or you're just really soft-spoken. Check and see if dirt or dust is stuck in it, as this can cause fuzzy or crackling noises. If cleaning it doesn't work, contact us and we'll fix the problem for you.

Headphone Jack

There's something so frustrating about having an iPhone and not being able to listen to your music. If staticky or no sound at all is coming from your headphones or ear buds, check for any dust or debris that may be causing interference. If nothing is found, give us a heads up and we will take care of it.

Home Button

A nonfunctional home button means switching between apps can be very troublesome, or even impossible. Dirt or grime can be the cause of a stuck home button, but just as often, it could just be a hardware issue. Click repair my iPhone 5,  above and we'll send someone your way to take a look.

Ear Speaker

Having difficulty hearing people on calls thanks to fuzzy, crackling, or staticky noises? Your ear speaker is probably in need of a repair. Fortunately for you, fixing ear speakers on iPhones is like second nature for us.

Side Button

Controlling your iPhone's volume becomes very inconvenient when your side buttons are on the fritz. Inspect and clean the area around the buttons for residue, dirt, or other grime that could be causing them to stick. If your iPhone's hygiene is up to par, let us know, there's probably something that needs fixing.

Front/Rear Camera

The iPhone 5 has an 8MP back and 1.2MP front-facing camera capable of HD video, a first for iPhone selfie cams. If either of them are acting wonky, let us know. We will send an iTech to your location, or a location of your choice, to fix it.

Power Button

The iPhone's power button is pretty vital to the process of locking and powering it on and off. If yours refuses to budge when pressed, you might be dealing with grime or other residue complicating matters. Clean it off and, if that doesn't work, let us know. We'll fix it right up.

Loud Speaker

Is your speakerphone conversation with your friend being hindered by weird crackling sounds? Your loud speaker is likely on its last legs. Contact us and we will send a repair technician your way to install a iPhone 5 replacement.