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I'd look into used parts, with a P5 pentalobe and a T5 torx screwdrivers you can do that job, it's really easy and it might be not that expensive.
You can't physically connect your Windows PC to your MBP so just using the monitor is not possible. You can use any of the various screen sharing solutions out there to access your PC from your Mac: TeamViewer is kind of straightforward to setup on both machines TighVNC Server can be installed on the Windows side and connected to from your Mac by typing ...
From Wikipedia: "A stylus designed for resistive touchscreens will not register on capacitive sensors. Styluses that work on capacitive touchscreens primarily designed for fingers are required to simulate the difference in dielectric offered by a human digit." http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitive_touchscreen#Capacitive For those interested, here's ...
The glass and screen are fused together at the factory. Replacement kits, such as those sold by iFixit, include the glass, LCD/digitizer (screen), and other parts. Cell phone repair stores/kiosks use this same type of thing when repairing devices. It's possible that additional parts inside the device were damaged, but it's also just as possible (and ...
If you've powered off/on the iPhone and do not see any semblance of the iOS and or Home screen then I'd say it was more then just the glass that's broken.
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