Friday, January 27th, 2012
Greetings everyone. I just thought I’d touch base with you to talk about some common iPhone 4S problems and what we can do to fix them. We have seen a lot of iPhone 4Ss around these parts and for many different reasons. You name it, we have seen it: an iPhone 4S dropped in coffee, washed in the washing machine, drooled on (by a baby of course), ran over by a car….. These devices seem prone to accidents, or prone to be owned by clumsy people. Nonetheless, extraordinary things can befall your iPhone 4S, but today we are here to discuss the most common iPhone 4S repairs.
The most common thing we see when a 4S comes in is either a cracked screen or backplate due to a drop. As beautiful as the iPhone 4S is, it is literally made of glass. Glass shatters. We offer both iPhone 4S screen repair and backplate repair services at low prices.
Just below are the two iPhone 4S Screen Repairs that we offer. Remember, this covers the entire front screen assembly of the 4S, including the Retina Display, digitizer, and glass. It also does not matter what carrier you bought your iPhone from, just choose which color iPhone you have and we’ll repair it with the necessary, authentic part:
And here are the two backplate repair services we offer for any type of iPhone 4S:
If you’re adventurous enough and feel that you can perform these repairs yourself, we offer do-it-yourself repair kits for screens and backplates:
If you don’t know what is wrong with your iPhone 4S you can always send it in for our free diagnostics.
If you choose this route, once we receive your iPhone 4S, one of our professional iPhone technicians will evaluate your iPhone and contact you with an accurate price quote. If you elect to go through with the repair, we will fix and ship your iPhone back to you. If you don’t, no worries, there are absolutely NO obligations. We’ll either send you back your iPhone or recycle it if you ask us to. There is no pressure and no pushy salesperson will hound you.
If you have any questions, we are always here to answer them. I like to say that we are the most reachable repair company out there. Want to call and chat with us over the phone? No problem, call us at 888.447.3728. Do you just want to leave us a voicemail? No problem, just call our number and press 9 to access our voicemail system. Would you rather just email us? Well, you can email us at email@example.com or fill out our contact form. But wait, there’s more!!! If you want to chat with us through your web browser we have an app for that. Just go to iResQ.com and click the chat widget on the bottom-right hand of the screen to chat with a sales associate. Want to contact us via Facebook? Here it is. Twitter? Yep. Want to leave a message on one of our Youtube videos? You got it. Last, but certainly not least, if you’re in town, pop in! We have a comfortable lobby where you can talk to one of our sales associates face to face. Whew, that’s a lot. I’m sure there are more ways to contact us that I can’t think of right now.
Well, the weekend is upon us and I have a lot that I want and need to do. As a matter of fact, tonight I am stopping by the local Vintage Stock to pick up an old SNES console to relive the 16 bit glory days of Super Metroid. A little of that and MW3 for me tonight. Just the ticket to cap off a crazy last couple weeks.
Until we meet again…
Monday, October 17th, 2011
Well, the iPhone 4S has only been out a mere 4 days now and we already have some in for repair. Upon examination of the iPhone 4S, we noticed something slightly different between the fonts on the glass backplates/back covers when comparing it to another iPhone 4S we have in our facility. It’s subtle, but take a look at the two backplates, both on identical 32GB iPhone 4S’s, (Click on the image to see in a higher resolution):
As you can kind of tell in the photo, the 32GB Black iPhone 4S on the left still has the manufacturer plastic on it. The same model, same size iPhone 4S on the right was delivered here in Olathe, KS on Friday, Oct. 14th (3 days ago) and was used over the weekend. It is known that neither of these phones have been messed with or modified as far as adding/removing parts.
This discrepancy in the print may not seem like a big deal, but it raises a question about Apple’s OEM parts being manufactured in different facilities. This also means that replacement parts may have some slight cosmetic variations.
Again, this is nothing too serious, we just thought this was a pretty interesting and eyebrow raising observation and thought we’d share the info with you.
Just for reference, here is an image of an iPhone 4 in the middle of the two iPhone 4S’s in the previous picture. The iPhone 4 appears to have the “thinner” or non-bold font:
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