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iPhone Broken Glass Repair

Posted in iPhone Repairs

Well it finally happened, when running across the parking lot to a meeting, your iPhone dropped out of your pocket and landed on the pavement.  It has happened many times before but this is the first time that the glass broke!  In the past, the next stop would be a visit to the local iStore to get another iPhone, which was an expensive solution if the owner was not eligible for an upgrade from their carrier.  Now it is possible to have the phone repaired quickly and much cheaper when compared to buying a new phone! 

Depending upon the model of the iPhone, a qualified and certified technician can replace the touch-screen replacement or front glass and LCD replacement on the iPhone 3G, IPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S or iPhone 5.  In addition to being trained on iPhone repairs, the technician also has all of the specialized equipment, as well as the necessary parts to complete the iPhone repair

The process to have the iPhone repair is quick, painless and economical.  The first step is to contact the certified repair technician by either phone or email to discuss the damage.  The next step is to drop off the iPhone to the nearest repair facility or to have the technician visit the owner’s home or business to make the repairs on the spot.  Often the repair can be done in less than a day and the phone will be fully functional and working just like it was before it fell.  Oh and you get a warranty on the work as well!


Finding Reliable iPhone Repair on the Internet

Posted in iPhone Repairs

The moment your iPhone screen cracks or stops working can be horrible.

Once this happens, you have to consider the various options for fixing your iPhone. You want an option that is both affordable and reliable. Returning your iPhone to its manufacturer often takes considerable time and money – it’s both time-consuming and expensive. Therefore, if you want your iPhone fixed both quickly and inexpensively, you might consider a reliable online iPhone repair company.

Two Important Considerations

When selecting an iPhone repair company on the web, you should first consider the devices they repair.

  1. Do they only repair one model of iPhones, or is their staff well trained to repair various iPhone models? It’s usually better to work with an iPhone repair company that services different models of iPhones. This shows that they are reputable and knowledgeable.
  2. How long will it take them to repair and return your iPhone? Perhaps the best online iPhone repair companies are those with physical locations. This often allows for fast repair time as they have workers and the necessary materials onsite to service your iPhone.

Two Major Benefits

  1. The first major benefit of working with an online repair company for your iPhone is that it’s typically less expensive than returning the phone to the manufacturer for repairs. Even with insurance, manufacturer repairs are normally more costly than those completed by an online iPhone repair company.
  2. The second major benefit is speed. Unlike the manufacturer that’s overloaded with phone calls, problems, and devices to repair, an online iPhone repair company can give you and your device complete attention. As a result, your device is often returned to you much more quickly than if returned to the manufacturer.

Taking all the above into consideration, a reliable online iPhone repair company is certainly a fast and affordable option.

Posted on behalf of Dru Pio, iDeviceMD


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