Really, it isn't that hard to do yourself. I've done several iPods and iPhones in my family. Screens are really cheap on Amazon, and you can watch a YouTube video on how to do it for your particular model. Watch a couple of repair videos first and see if you think you can do it. My daughter and I replaced her iTouch screen together, and it took about 15 minutes, and worked great. It is easier than you think.
I'll echo Dallan's recommendation for Bad Apple. They do pretty good work.
But I'll agree to disagree on the Andriod. I had so many problems with my Andriod freezing up and not pairing to my Bluetooth in my truck and dropping signal when I stepped two feet to the left of where I was standing with full signal.... blah blah blah.
In all honesty, I love Apple products so I am a little biased so I'd keep the iPhone personally.
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