The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus' most evident plan change is the change to a polished, glass back. There was a possibility this glass would be valued at or around an indistinguishable cost from a split screen under AppleCare+, yet that is evidently not the situation: AppleInsider affirmed today that a crushed spirit won't meet all requirements for a $29 screen substitution. It'll rather be liable to an "other harm" expense of $99 (in addition to charge).
Apple gives clients two screen substitutions and two different harm episodes at the $29 and $99 cost separately. After that point, the harm value bounces to $349 for the iPhone 8, and $399 for 8 Plus. So fundamentally, don't break your telephone's glass or else you will relegate loads of money. AppleCare+ costs $129 for the iPhone 8 and $149 for 8 Plus.
Charges of iPhone repair
One doesn't have to evaluate the iPhone X's repairs yet. We know Apple will charge $199 for its guarantee program, yet the organization hasn't set the amount it'll charge for a screen substitution or broken glass. We can likely expect another screen will cost more than $29. The screen is now expected to be fairly restricted in supply. Esteem the first screen or pay up, I presume.