There are always new businesses opening but not always are these businesses very innovative or useful to the general public. One new business that is though is https://www.repairly.co.uk/iphone-repair/screen as this is a business which opened in London to help Londoners. iPhones are perhaps the most popular type of phone among Londoners, those and other touchscreen phones and what this new innovative business does is repair those phones. Now that may not sound too innovative as there are many businesses that already do that but what makes this business innovative is the fact that they will pick up your phone, repair ir and have it back to you within 2 hours. Before this particular business opened you would have to contact the manufacturer, in the case of iPhones that would be Apple, and ask where their nearest repair facility was. If that repair facility was too far away, you would have to post the phone to them and wait, without a phone, for several days until they returned it. If there was a repair facility near you, you could take it there and wait whilst they fixed or, if they said it would take more than just a couple of hours, loan you a phone you could use in the meantime but having another phone is not the same as having your own phone. With either of these situations, as scratches to the screen, which is the biggest problem, are considered to be accidents, they are not covered by any insurance warranty and so you would be expected to pay any costs which are sometimes very high. Alternatively you could just go online and find the nearest business to you that repaired phones. This is perhaps less inconvenient but often, although they would tell you where and how to buy any replacement parts, they would expect you to provide them. For this reason, as many people would have to provide the replacement parts anyway, they decide to do the repair themselves. Not everybody of course knows how to repair phones or even change the screen on touchscreen phones but that is not necessarily a problem as there are many sites on the internet which will instruct you on how to change the screen or make the necessary repairs. As far as changing the screen is concerned, many of those websites claim that you can do it in just 5 or 10 minutes and so cannot be that difficult. When you realize that that a screen can be replaced in as short a time as just 5 to 10 minutes, you start to realize why the new innovative business can claim to be able to pick up, repair and deliver your phone in just 2 hours and it begs the question; why has no business thought of this before? This is certainly a business which will save many Londoners a lot of stress and inconvenience just because their touchscreen phone gets scratched and we can only hope that this business, or ones like it, open up countrywide.