Friday, April 1st, 2011
It’s been a while since our last blog post. We do apologize. Simply put, we have been flooded with repairs, especially iPad 2 screen repairs. Seriously, in proportion to the first generation iPad, we have seen way more iPad 2’s come in for repair. As to why, we can only speculate. My best guess is that most people probably waited for a next gen iPad to be released before taking the plunge and getting one. Or perhaps it is because of the thinner glass that is used on the new iPads despite the glass being purportedly harder to break. Either way, we are happy to repair these devices. Our technicians actually love working on them. And while we are on the subject of popular repairs, we have seen a huge influx of iPod Touch 4 screen repairs too. Lot’s of business these days. We understand it’s painful when you break your beloved device, but if you do, we have the experience and know-how to rectify the situation. We are proud of the work we do and we show it. We are especially proud of the reviews our customers are leaving us on Google! Check it out.
Moving on, I’d like to mention a new repair service available for the iPad 2: iPad 2 Headphone Jack Repair/Replacement Service (AT&T and Wifi Only).
If you are having any issues with the headphone jack on your iPad 2 like static, audio from only one side, or if you break the headphone plug/connector inside the headphone jack amongst other issues, this service would be for you.
Well, its the weekend, the weather is looking really nice, and I am about to mow my lawn for the first time of the season. Greener, sunny days are coming. And I’ve been waiting for it for a long time now.
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