Friday, August 19th, 2011
It sure has been a while hasn’t it? Sorry about that. Business has been tremendously busy this entire summer. And as the summer winds down, we are gearing up for Apple’s latest round of press conferences and announcements. With rumors looming over us that the iPhone 5 will be released sometime in early October, we can’t wait to get our hands on one. It is so close, and yet so far away. And guess what, we will be ready to tackle any of your iPhone 5 repairs upon its release. We love every thing about new Apple products here, especially learning how to fix them!
Now, let’s talk about one of our featured iPod reapair services: iPod Touch Gen 4 Screen Repair – $100. The iPod Touch seems to be the most popular iPod out there. And that’s for good reason. If you don’t own or even want an iPhone, the iPod Touch is the best thing out there. In my opinion, the one thing that would make this device perfect (other than lowering the price…) is adding some kind of network coverage similar to the iPad (think iPod Touch with 3G). I’d be willing to bet that this will be a feature on the iPod Touch in the future, but I may be wrong. Either way, if you find yourself with a Touch Gen 4 that has a broken screen, iResQ can save your day.
Moving on to our next featured repair, we have iPad 2 Screen Repairs for only $209. That’s right, we will fix your iPad 2’s cracked glass for only $209. So don’t be distraught when you see your precious iPad 2 tumble to the ground. iResQ will get your iPad 2 fixed as quickly as possible.
Well, that’s all for now. It’s Friday, the Chiefs are playing tonight, and I’m ready to relax.
Thursday, June 9th, 2011
It has been a busy, busy week over here at iResQ. In fact, its been a huge past few months here. As I write this, we are receiving a massive shipment of repairs from customers all over the United States. I can see a HUGE stack of what appears to be iPads (first and second gen) in to be repaired and shipped, all today. Its amazing to think of how many iPad 2 repairs each of our techs have made. Along the same lines, the iPhone 4’s are rolling in just the same. If you think about it, iResQ is always first on the market to offer quality repairs for all of your Apple products. No wonder more people trust us to repair their Apple devices. Check out all of the reviews our customers have left us to catch a glimpse on what to expect when you send in your iPad or iPhone to iResQ for repair. You wont be disappointed.
Here is a list of some of our most popular repair services for the iPad and iPhone:
– iPad 2 Broken Glass/Digitizer Repair/Replacement (BLACK)
– iPad 2 Broken Glass/Digitizer Repair/Replacement (WHITE)
–iPhone 4 Broken Glass, Retina Display, LCD, and Digitizer Repair/Replacement Service (BLACK)
–iPhone 4 Broken Glass, LCD, Retina Display, and Digitizer Repair/Replacement Service (WHITE)
– Verizon iPhone 4 Broken Glass, LCD, Retina Display, and Digitizer Repair Service (BLACK)
– Verizon iPhone 4 Broken Glass, LCD, Retina Display, and Digitizer Repair/Replacement Service (WHITE)
And here are a few of our most popular Notebook repair services:
– MacBook (Late 2009) GLOSSY LED-Backlit Screen Repair/Replacement Service
– 13″ MacBook Pro (Aluminum Unibody) SAME DAY Glass Panel Repair/Replacement Service
– 15″ MacBook Pro (Aluminum Unibody) SAME DAY Glass Panel Repair/Replacement Service
– 13″ MacBook GLOSSY LCD SCREEN Repair/Replacement Service
Be sure to check our blog regularly as we will definitely be offering discounts and special prices on all of these repairs.
Moving on though, I hope you had time to watch Apple’s presentation at this year’s WWDC. There were a few very exciting things that Apple announced including its iOS 5 and OS X Lion, among other things. I am going to let our resident OS X expert, Eric, discuss the new features surrounding Apple’s newest version of its revolutionary OS and what it is going to mean. Regarding iOS 5, you can read all about it here. I am most exited about Notification Center, the updated Camera App, and PC Free.
Its been a hot past few days here and this weekend, I am very much looking forward to break out my meat smoker and engage in one of the best Kansas City Traditions ever, BBQ.
Until Next Time,
Thursday, May 12th, 2011
Back and better than ever. You heard it, we are offering white iPhone 4 conversions again! What does this mean? Well, this means that if you have a black iPhone 4, Verizon or AT&T, and don’t want to go through the rigamarole of signing a new 2 year contract with your service provider just to get a white iPhone, then iResQ is the BEST alternative. That’s right. You heard it here first. iResQ is your BEST alternative. Just check out the AT&T White iPhone 4 Conversion page or the Verizon White iPhone 4 Conversion page for a closer look. Here is what the conversion entails: us switching out your iPhone’s display assembly, glass backplate, and home button with white parts. You’ll have the satisfaction of owning a white iPhone 4 without having to sign a new contact or purchasing a phone outright.
Oh, by the way, we have a little surprise for you…
Also, we have been seeing an extraordinary amount of iPod Touch Gen 4’s come in for screen repairs. This makes sense. This is a tough repair. So tough that a lot of other repair facilities don’t even offer the repair. Our experienced iPod techs never shy away from a challenge. On day one, our techs tackled and pretty much set the standard on how these repairs are done. We wouldn’t get so many good reviews if we didn’t know what we were doing!
Well, that’s all I have for now.
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