Apple iPhone 12 screen replacement costs nearly $300

  • At its annual iPhone event, Apple announced new phones, the iPhone 12, 12 Mini, 12 Pro, and 12 Pro Max.
  • The cost to repair the screen on the iPhone 12 is $279, an increase over the baseline price of previous years.
  • The change in price is likely reflective of the improved OLED screen.
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The new iPhone 12 comes with Ceramic Shield technology, which Apple says quadruples drop performance to make the phone more resistant to screen cracks. If the screen does crack, though, be prepared to spend a hefty $279 on repairs.

The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro both have screen replacement prices of $279, according to Apple’s updated repairs page. This is the same cost to replace a screen on last year’s iPhone 11 Pro, but it shows a price hike over the base model price, which was only $199 for

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How to cast a Google Meet video call from your computer to a TV screen



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How to cast a Google Meet video call from your computer to a TV screen

  • You can cast a Google Meet video call from your computer to your TV if you have a Chromecast or Nest device.
  • You can start casting a Google Meeting to your TV before or during the meeting itself.
  • When casting, your TV will display the video for the Google Meeting, but you’ll still be communicating through your computer’s webcam and microphone.

Did you know that you can cast your Google Meet video call to your TV?

All you need is a computer, a TV, and a Chromecast or Nest device set up with casting enabled.

Here’s how to cast your Google Meet video.

How to cast your Google Meet video before you’ve joined the meeting

1. From the “waiting room” area, before you’ve joined the Google Meeting, click on “Cast this meeting,”

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‘Two Screens for Teachers’ to buy extra computer screen for Seattle teachers working remotely

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A new non-profit organization started by tech entrepreneurs in Seattle is supplying public school teachers with a much-needed tool amid distance learning: an extra screen.

Two Screens for Teachers hopes to help teachers working remotely better connect to their students by proving them with an extra computer monitor to juggle tasks. The project is aiming to deliver 3,000 monitors to teachers from Seattle schools at a value of about $430,000.


Co-founder Matt Lerner 

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