Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011
Somehow, I forgot to include this article in my last blog post. Matt Hickey, who is now a dear friend of ours, posted about us back in December when we repaired his iPad.
You can check out the blog article here: Forget DIY repair. Sometimes, you need the pros
SIDE NOTE: I really enjoy that CNet tech blog and Matt’s contributions; maybe you will like it too.
Here’s what his iPad looked like before we got ahold of it (Thanks Matt for the pics):
In other news, we’re gearing up for a big March, and the iPad 2 launch which is rumored to take place next week. We’ve all seen the rumors… 3G on every model and the front and rear facing cameras seem to be the popular theory. Also, with a little less fanfare, new MacBook Pros are rumored for next week. Stay tuned, and let’s get that Apple stock back up! It’s been dropping over the last few days.
Thanks for reading!
Wednesday, January 13th, 2010
Ahoy, friends. It’s been a long time but I, your humble iResQ blog host, have returned. And with a whole new heap of responsibility. Behold, my first born:
Yep, I made that. With a little help from my wife. You can stop oohing and aahing now. Well, in celebration of my daughter coming into the world, I’m gonna throw a coupon ya’lls way. Just email the coupon code “It’s a girl” to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 1 for $20 off your MacBook, MacBook Pro or MacBook Air LCD or entire display repair. Make sure you send me your six-digit invoice or web confirmation number as well. Alright- you email me, I’m going to take a nap.
Monday, July 6th, 2009
Hey everyone. I trust you all had a fantastic and patriotic Fourth of July. Mine was joyous as always- family, friends, burgers, brats, and the numerous glaring craters we left in the cul-de-sac in front of my parent’s house. Nothing like celebrating our country’s independence by blowing up a small piece of it.
Did any of you take me up on last weeks coupon? I did. The wife and I went out and adopted ourselves an Australian Shepherd named Franny. Like the Salinger short story. So, if I happened to have a MacBook or MacBook Pro with a broken screen, I’d fix it and give myself $40 off. What a great deal I’d be giving me. Don’t forget it; the deal is good until August 31st. Read last week’s post for details, and check out Franny below.
On to Apple news and rumors: Looks like the next generation of iPod is going to not only include processor upgrades similar to the iPhone 3Gs, but a video camera as well! Several sources have reported a large purchase of cameras that specifically fit the dimensions of the iPod Touch, which will see it’s third generation release in September. And along with the new iPod Touch, all you Touch and iPhone users should check out Yowza, one of the coolest recession-combative Apps recently released. Based on your particular geographic location, Yowza will automatically download coupons for goods and services in your area, which you can cash in on by scanning the coupon bar code directly on your iPod or iPhone. Pretty slick, huh? Check them out at the App store or getyowza.com.
Tuesday, June 30th, 2009
Some of you may know I’m a bit of a softy when it comes to animal adoption. I’ve offered some deals in the past for those of you whom are bold enough to take me up on rescuing a dog or cat from your local shelter. Well, sad to say our border collie Maddie, who we adopted a few years ago, passed away last week. It was rough, to be sure, seeing as she was the greatest dog the world has ever known. Wait, that’s not quite right. The Greatest Dog the World Has Ever Known. That’s better. Anyway, in honor of Maddie, I’m throwing a bone your way (pun intended) if you’re thinking about adoption and you happen to have a broken MacBook, MacBook Air or MacBook Pro.
All you have to do is adopt a dog from your nearest shelter and email proof of adoption to email@example.com with your six-digit invoice number by August 31. I’ll take $40 off your MacBook, MacBook Pro, or MacBook Air LCD repair. It’s as simple as that. You get a deal, and a dog, and a furry friend gets a home. Everybody wins. I’m totally getting one. Ready? Sit. Stay. Ok, GO!
Monday, June 1st, 2009
Honestly, Mick. Be more sensitive to the full-grown man youths out there. Also, that’s just creepy. For more creepy, check out manbabies.com. It might just be the best thing on the internet.
Moving on, thanks to all you who were eager to relive the days of technologies past and discuss the video games that made your childhood memorable. Lot of Pong players out there. Asteroids, too. And I’m glad. My superhuman thumb strength wouldn’t be what it is today if it wasn’t for those rainbow-colored blobs flying through space just waiting to be destroyed by the triangle that shoots little white dots. Fantastic.
But let’s get back to important things: MacBook and MacBook Pro LCD repair! The reason we’re here, dear friends, is to reach out a hand when your Apple computer is in need! It’s as simple as this- if your MacBook or MacBook Pro has a broken screen, send it yonder and we’ll repair it and ship it back to you within one business day and for hundreds less than what you’d pay at Apple. It’s the same dependable service we’ve been providing for years, now more than ever. BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE. Act now and get an extra $10 off your MacBook or MacBook Pro LCD repair for a limited time. Have your credit card ready and call now- this offer won’t last. Operators are standing by.
Tired of the corporate sales jargon? Me too. And I’m a little nauseous. But seriously, email the coupon “manbabies” to firstname.lastname@example.org with your six-digit web confirmation number and I’ll take $10 off your LCD repair in the month of June. How about that. Do it.
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