Home button repair falls under Apple’s “other damage” repair pricing category, which costs a flat fee of $99 under AppleCare.
If your phone is out of warranty, here are some of the average prices you can expect to pay to repair a Home button: iPhone 8 Plus: $399.
iPhone 8: $349.
How much does it cost to fix Apple home button?
If you opted for AppleCare+, a home button replacement will cost $99. Out-of-warranty home button replacements could cost up to $319 for the iPhone 7 and $349 for the iPhone 7 Plus—according to Apple’s iPhone repair info.
How much does it cost to fix home button on iPhone 7?
If your iPhone 7 home button breaks or needs to be replaced, it will only work if it is recalibrated at an official Apple store. If you don’t have AppleCare+ or aren’t under warranty, the repair will cost $319 for an iPhone 7 and $349 for an iPhone 7 Plus.
How much does it cost to fix home button on iPhone 8?
FYI: Replacing the ‘Home’ button from Apple might cost anywhere between $99 to $600. You can check more details here.
Can iPhone Home button be repaired?
iPhone Home buttons do go wrong from time to time, often (frustratingly) a year or so after the warranty runs out. Apple may be able to repair the hardware, but this can be expensive – perhaps to the point where it would be more sensible to spend more and get an entirely new device.