Monday, September 9th, 2013
Camp is a time to have relax, have fun, and enjoy the summer. For one teen though, it ended up as a sad experience when she ended up with a cracked screen on her iPhone.
An iPhone devoted teen was having fun on it while lying in bed. As she was texting, she felt asleep. In the morning, she awoke with a frightening thought – where was her cell?
She looked right, she looked left, and then she closed her eyes, took a deep breath, and look down. There was her cell phone faced down. She climbed down as fast as she could, and pick up her phone while holding her breath.
Her worst nightmare had happened – her iPhone’s screen cracked.
The father sent in his daughter’s iPhone for repair when he was able to convince her to give it up. The screen had been cracked for weeks, but she didn’t want to lose her ability to text and Facebook. Luckily, the repair was an easy fix, so we could get it to her in record time.
When we received the iPhone, we immediately performed an iPhone screen replacement. It went well, and it looked as good as new.
The father mentioned that the power button was sticking too, so our certified technicians took a look at that too. We took care of that by doing some cosmetic work on the device.
It was our pleasure to do this Georgia iPhone repair for this teenager. We know that a teen’s iPhone is one of her most prized possessions, and we’re honored that she allowed us the couple of days to take care of it for her.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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…
Tuesday, January 17th, 2012
I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season. We certainly did here at iResQ and we’re back at it, as busy as ever. Apple keeps selling more of their products and we keep getting more repairs in. Makes sense.
The latest phenomenon we’ve seen around the office is an increase in the iPod Touch 4th Generation screen repairs. Something must have happened nation-wide that caused all the iPod Touches to break at once… Conspiracy theorists? After talking to a few customers, I might have figured it out:
It seems that the iPod Touch was a real hit this year as a holiday gift, especially for young ones. I know that my (almost) 5-year old niece got a Touch from Santa and uses it to make videos of herself singing, among other things. I don’t need to go into that story further, but let’s just say that Santa almost messed up and got a Nano and that just wouldn’t have worked out for her. Unfortunately, a lot of these little ones have had trouble holding onto the iPods and they have broken the screens. My niece hasn’t cracked hers yet, but it’s only a matter of time. It happens, and there’s something about Apple products — when you have one, even for a short amount of time, it’s hard to live without them!
I’m told that a 64gb iPod Touch when taken to the Apple store for repair is somewhere in the neighborhood of $199 plus tax. Given all the above information, I can certainly see why we’re getting so many iPod Touches in for repair, since we charge half that ($100 currently) for that iPhone Touch 4th Generation screen/glass/digitizer repair, and even less for older models. We also repair just about every other Apple product in existence for much less than typical repair pricing or replacement costs.
It’s a tragedy when these devices get damaged, and especially heartbreaking when a child has to experience the horror first hand. If it happens to you or someone you know, you know what to do! (Hint)
That’s it for now, let us know if you need us!
Thursday, June 23rd, 2011
Hello my fellow Apple enthusiasts. Are you excited about OS Lion? Or are you just waiting to see what Apple has in store for its next batch of MacBook Pros? What about the impending iPhone 5? Innovation is always on the forefront with Apple. Apple always delivers a long-lasting product. And as we all know, Apple doesn’t skimp on its products. Take me for example; I have owned an old style white MacBook (2Ghz Intel Core Duo) for going on 5 years and have been using it every single day. So far it shows no signs of slowing down. As a matter of fact, I have a few friends that have went through at least 3 Windows based laptops since I have owned my MacBook. Although they have spent less per computer than I originally did, in the long run they have spent more money on subsequent computer purchases, anti virus, virus and spam-ware removal, and software reinstalls then I have on just purchasing my MacBook by a longshot. Having such an old yet reliable computer brings on its own set of potential issues. For example, the longer you own a laptop, the more the chances grow that there will be an accident. Which brings me to my next point.
For those of us who still own Apple’s original MacBooks and MacBook Pros, boy do we have a deal for you. First off, the original MacBook Screen Repair/Replacement price is $179. iResQ is still the leader in MacBook screen repairs. We have done thousands upon thousands upon thousands (you get the point) of these repairs and we are showing no signs of slowing down. Yep, this is proof of how superior Apple’s original MacBook was when it was released. And don’t be fooled by the iResQ copycats out there. Just ask yourself this: will you have an Apple Authorized Macintosh Repair technician repairing your MacBook or just some hack in garage? Even better, we are an Apple Authorized Repair Facility, meaning if your Apple product is under warranty, we can perform Apple warranty repairs for you at no cost to you. Just think about that a second. Let’s say that you send in your computer for repair and we notice the issue is a warranty issue. Instead of having you pay for the repair out of pocket (like other non-Apple Authorized Repair Facilities will do to earn a buck at your expense) we will notify you that your repair is covered under warranty and fix it for you at no cost to you! Now tell me, who would you trust in this situation?
Let’s move on to our most recent MacBook Pro Specials:
As always, if you ever need to contact us for any reason, there is a plethora of ways for you can reach us. You can email us at email@example.com, you can chat us by using the chat widget on our website, you can leave a message with us here, or you can call one of our sales staff at 888-447-3728.
Well, enjoy the summer!
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