Nothing is more tragic than spending tons of cash on a brand new, expensive piece of electronic equipment only to witness the sleek new item slip out of your fingers only to rendezvous with the hard ground. As the device is falling to the ground, your eyes are glossing over in tears as you watch it drop in slow motion. Worse yet, this happens to you only days after you bought it. As you hear the sound of the device hit the ground you are in disbelief. CRACK!!!
You then think to yourself, “It’ll be fine. It didn’t break. Surely it can withstand a fall like that.”
You then slowly, anxiously, hesitantly begin to pick up the device with hope that it made it. You lift it up, turn it around and, to your dismay, you see that it is cracked, broken, shattered, destroyed, DEAD!!
“NOOOOOOOOOOOO!”, you scream at the top of your lungs (expletives aside).
“It’s not turning on! The screen is black! It’s broken!”
But then a glimmer of hope suddenly strikes as you see the device flicker back on.
“What?!?!??! Does it still work?!?!?!”
You then sigh in relief as you realize that the device has maintained its functionality, albeit with a cracked screen.
“So, whats next?”, you ask yourself.
And this, my friends, is a question for the ages. What is next? What would go through your mind if that really “expensive piece of electronic equipment” was your brand new iPad? You can’t afford to buy a new one. You know if you try to get it fixed by the manufacturer it will most likely approach the cost of a brand new iPad. But alas! There is an alternative that might tickle your fancy.
Since the iPad has been released, we have had many calls to our sales office from customers who already have a broken iPad. The horror story above is not too uncommon when it comes to broken iPads. As seen in our recent Youtube video post, it really doesn’t take much to break the iPad. Eric, the technician starring in the video, had the pleasure of demonstrating this. The iPad was dropped barely a foot and a half and it resulted in a cracked screen and a broken iPad.
The most fragile part on the iPad is the glass/digitizer. Although the digitizers are the part that is most likely to break on your iPad, other parts are susceptible to damage as well. Take a look at the picture below of an iPad backplate. Just a few days after the iPad has been released we had a customer who accidentally dropped their iPad and dented their backplate. Although the iPad was perfectly functional, the dent, however small it was, was unsightly. Fortunately for the customer we were able to replace his dented backplate with a brand new one. Needless to say, he is one happy camper after receiving his iPad in pristine condition.
Whatever the repair awaiting us, we are ready to fix anything that comes our way. We are fully stocked with iPad parts and are ready to repair the impending flood of broken iPads. So if you are the unlucky iPad owner who goes through the same type of situation as I described above, rest assured, we are here to help you. We want you to continue using your iPad as if nothing ever happened to it without having to shell out another $500 or more for a new iPad.
Check out our various iPad repair services; you are sure to find what you need. Our iPad repair service is the fastest in the nation, so if you find yourself with a broken iPad and send it to iResQ, you will have your iPad back to you in a matter of just a few days, and, the repair will be made by an Apple Certified Macintosh Technician.
Hopefully you will never have to go through a similar horror story as mentioned above, but if you do, have comfort in the fact that we are here for you.
Until next time.