You can always repair a broken iPhone 7, but you can’t replace it.
That’s the takeaway from a new study that shows that if you’re looking to buy a new phone with a cheap upgrade option, you should be cautious.
In a study released on Thursday, a team of computer scientists at the University of Warwick analyzed iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models that came with warranty issues and found that only about 10% of them were worth the trouble.
The team also found that even if you were willing to buy an upgrade for $100, the odds of getting the phone repaired were just 5%.
So the best bet is to find a new replacement, and if you can afford it, it might be worth the hassle.
“It is quite a good idea to buy and replace the phone on a regular basis, to make sure that the problem is not going to be fixed,” said Simon Wood, an associate professor at the School of Computer Science at the university and the lead author of the study.
That doesn’t mean you can skip out on the repairs altogether.
But if you buy the cheaper upgrade, you’re going to have to do a little bit of trial and error before you know how well it works.
The study, which has yet to be peer-reviewed, looked at the phones of a random sample of more than 10,000 users, and found the odds that you’d be able to repair a damaged phone were 1 in 10,918.
But the researchers also said that the chance of getting it repaired was actually higher, at 1 in 6,976.
That’s a pretty good difference, though, and it suggests that there are many ways to get repaired, and some of them are a lot easier than others.
In this case, the chances of getting a repair were higher than the odds you’d get a replacement iPhone.
The odds of you getting a replacement were actually 1 in 17,788.
This means that if the first time you tried to repair your phone, you got a broken one, you could expect to get about a new one in 10 days.
If you try and repair the second time, it’s more likely to take you two or three weeks to get your phone fixed.
The difference in repair time between the iPhone 7S and the iPhone 8 and the new iPhones are only a little over two weeks, which means if you repair your device once every four weeks, you’ll get about 2,000 new devices over the course of your life.
That could be worth it, but it’s worth noting that you’ll also have to wait longer than four weeks for a replacement.
If you’re thinking that’s too long, here are some other ways to repair the iPhone you already own.
There are also cheaper upgrades that can help you save a few bucks.
You can repair a cracked iPhone using a USB flash drive or a USB thumb drive.
The only real downside to this method is that the battery won’t last as long as a new device, and you’ll need to buy more batteries to keep the iPhone running.
A replacement will cost you less than a new Apple product.
Apple’s replacement USB thumb drives are pretty good, too.
They last up to 10 years, and they can be repaired in about 30 minutes.
If that’s not enough to save you time, there are a few other options.
You can buy a replacement battery from the Apple Store, and there’s a way to get new batteries for $20 on eBay.
You also can repair the screen of your iPhone using an Apple TV, but the process can take up to four hours and it will cost more than a brand new iPhone.