Any techies worst fear is breaking their device or gadget. Especially if said device is difficult or even expensive to replace. That's usually the case for Apple users as it is a little pricey to replace if you are not insured through Apple or your carrier. With the recent release of the latest iPhone Apple has updated its support website to include pricing for repairing the most common damage suffered by the device.

Repairs fall into three main categories called screen damage, battery & power and other repairs. While many videos have shown that the iPhone 6 can survive a drop test, others have displayed that the device is still easily broken by everyday actions. In the case of a broken/cracked screen getting replaced by Apple will cost $109 for the iPhone 6 and for the 6 Plus it will be $129. The price does go down significantly if you have AppleCare+ to only $79. 

Batteries are a different story. When you buy an iPhone you get Apple's limited one year warranty on the device and luckily defective batteries are covered to be replaced for free. Of course this is only the case if your device hasn't been dropped or physically damaged. However, if your battery is somehow damaged outside your warranty Apple will charge you a $79 fee plus $6.95 shipping for a new one. 

Finally there is the other repairs. This covers anything that has nothing to do with battery or screen damage. With AppleCare+ users will get two accidental damage incidents and only have to pay $79 service for each one. After that the price will increase if the damage isn't covered under the one year warranty. If it is not covered the cost can be as high as $299 for the iPhone 6 and $329 for the iPhone 6 Plus.