The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus debuted with a much different Home button. It’s not a “button” but a haptic feedback. In other words, it’s on the screen rather than on the actual device. With it not being a button anymore, there’s no button to break. So, if you drop your precious iPhone on…Read more »
iPhone 4 has been declared obsolete. Apple does this as they move on to newer versions of its incredibly popular phone. If you’re still carrying around an iPhone 4, you may not be able to have it repaired by Apple any longer, unless you live in California. California requires that manufacturers support electronic devices for…Read more »
Don’t have enough time to head out to our shop to repair your device? No problem! We can come out to you. We now have a mobile repair service! We will send out a certified technician to your home or office who will work on your device while you continue to do what you need […]Read more »
With the exploding Note 7, many people thought Samsung was on a slippery slope with its reputation. The next thing we know, they recall 2.8 million of their washing machines. That’s not good. Samsung is not having a good 2016, but the question is, will they recover in 2017? Samsung seems positive about it. They […]Read more »
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