For the love of gadgets
As you may know, I am a pretty big Apple fan. I am also a huge gadget fan in general. I can easily say that my iPhone 4 is my favorite and most important gadget that I have ever owned. The thought of being without it for a few hours makes me cringe. On my way to work today, I noticed that my iPhone wasn’t where it usually was in my car. I panicked. I had already driven out 10 minutes and was contemplating turning back around towards my house to pick it up. Was an extra 20 minutes of driving going to be worth a few hours without my beloved iPhone 4? Before I turned around, I thought that I would just pull over and check the car to verify that I didn’t somehow drop it in my car before I left. Luckily for me, I found it on the floor in the back of the car. Whew!
This got me to thinking about how attached I am to this little device. Not being in touch with the world via my personal serial number (my phone number) would not be fun. It also got me to thinking about all the things I use it for: accessing work email and client contacts, games, Netflix while I’m at the gym, podcasts when I’m on the road, and I am even beginning to dable into recording music in GarageBand with iRig.
As much as we rely on these devices, we all know that if you were to ever break your iPhone 4 or crack its screen, you would need to get it fixed as quickly as possible. Well, that’s where we come in. You send in your broken iPhone 4 for repair through us, we’ll fix it and ship it right back out to you the SAME DAY we receive it. I challenge you to find quicker turnaround time on these repairs anywhere. Even if you decide to drop off your cracked iPhone to a local store, chances are it would take them about a week to get it repaired for you, in which time you would have already received your repaired iPhone if you were to have us repair it for you.
Just food for thought. Talk to you next week!
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