Many college kids are offering their iPad and iPhone repair services. They claim to be able to replace screens, Home buttons, and more. You should not fall into this offer if you’re solicited. These are reasons to fight the temptation. Inexperienced These college kids may have fixed a few iPhones, but they are not experienced.…Read more »
You’re working away on your MacBook and all of a sudden, you go to click on an icon, but nothing happens. You click it again – nothing. You click a third time, which is quickly followed up with many clicks until you stop, regroup and realize your trackpad isn’t working. The following are some ways…Read more »
When your iPhone falls or all of a sudden doesn’t work, you have several options. We would like to reveal these options, so you can make an informed decision. Option #1: You can trade in your iPhone for a new one. While this may excite you because you’ll end up with the latest model of […]Read more »
Some of our customers are fearful of using our services because they don’t us to steal their personal information. While we can tell you we are trustworthy and would never take your personal information, we know that’s not going to matter much to you. Instead, you probably will want to remove all of the personal […]Read more »
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