Battery Replacement at iResQ
Battery Replacements for iPhones, iPads, Smartphones, and Tablets
Batteries don’t last forever, and usually, they last much less time than you want them to. Charging your device over and over again causes the battery to hold less and less. It can get to the point where you aren’t able to use your device at all without having it plugged in – or at least close to it.
Since iPhones, iPads, smartphones, and tablets are meant to be MOBILE devices, you shouldn’t have to be a prisoner of the charging cord and outlet. It’s time to break free from it!
At iResQ, we specialize in battery replacements for mobile devices. We have high quality batteries for iPhones, iPads, smartphones and tablets. Simply choose the device you have and the battery replacement service for your device.
When we receive your device, we’ll take out the old battery, install the new one, and test it out for you. This is to ensure when you get your device back, you’ll be completely satisfied with the repair.
What to Expect from a New Battery
A new battery means you will be able to use your phone or tablet longer than an hour without charging it. Depending on how much you use your device throughout the day, you may be able to go a whole day or maybe even two days without charging it. You will be able to use it just as you did when you first bought it. Seems like a dream right now, right?
Order a battery replacement service for your MOBILE device now. You don’t need to buy a new phone or tablet because of the battery. You just need to buy a new battery from iResQ and have our certified technicians put it in for you. We believe in saving you money, and getting your phone or tablet to last longer in your hands versus buying a new one is one of the many ways we do that.
Contact us if you have any questions at all.
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