iCracked provides local smartphone/tablet and resell in the United States and eight other countries around the world. iCracked repairs broken screens, LCDs, bad batteries and all other small parts problems, as well as water damage, for all iPhone, iPad, and iPod models. The company also sells all-inclusive DIY Repair Kits that come with all of the parts, tools, and instructions for a customer to repair their device themselves, as well as a standard Mail-In Service.
iCracked also buys back and redistributes/recycles all models of the iPhone, iPad, and iPod and various Samsung devices. Through the website, iCracked walks the customer through selecting the specifics and condition of their device and then shipping it to iCracked for free. The firm then pays the customer the determined market value of the device through a branded debit card.
Company Growth (employees)
Redwood City, US
Size (employees)
451 (est)
iCracked was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Redwood City, US

Key People at iCracked

AJ Forsythe

AJ Forsythe

CEO and co-founder
Anthony Martin

Anthony Martin

co-founder, Chief of Strategy
Jordan Barnes

Jordan Barnes

Director, Public Relations and Brand Strategy
Paul Iliya

Paul Iliya

Director of Operations

iCracked Office Locations

iCracked has offices in Redwood City, London, San Francisco and Berlin
Redwood City, US (HQ)
350 Marine Pkwy
Redwood City, US
599 Seaport Blvd
London, GB
4 Ravey Street

iCracked Data and Metrics

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Founding Date


Time since last funding

over 5 years


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iCracked Online and Social Media Presence

iCracked News and Updates

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No, you shouldn't be allowed to fix your own phone, 'Right-to-Repair' is a dumb idea

My co-worker, Tracey, held her iPhone like a baby bird with a bent wing.  I stared at the dark screen. The device was still on, but stuck somewhere between living technology and a dead iPhone. Tracey said that the device made a popping sound and got really hot in one corner while she was making …

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