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Did my first iPhone 6 plus repair today. The cost has been so high that no-one usually will pay the cost. I was told that I am 35.00+ cheaper than anyone in Jacksonville now. Still a lot of money but getting better all the time. My pic doesn’t do much justice cause for some reason the camera decided to square off the pics and I lost the top and bottom but you get the point.
This is just another one of the many reasons to use us to fix your cracked iPad. We sometimes take a little longer or may even cost a little more, but little things like this is why. Meet our new iPad screen press. After the outside glass digitizer is removed and replaced, the device is put in this clamp that applies equal pressure all the way around the iPad for 6 hours to ensure a quality adhesive seal. No more screen lift-ups!
Now all iPhone 5, 5c, 5s, and 6 model screen repairs come with a tempered glass screen protector pre-installed at no extra charge. Repairs performed onsite with a lifetime warranty and a tempered glass screen protector installed. Why go anywhere else? We may sometimes cost a little more but not when you factor in the extra perks. Call, text, or email today.
iPhone 6 4.7″ screen replacement is now $170.00 and comes with a free pre-installed tempered glass screen protector! Repair is done onsite and only takes about 20 min. iPhone 6+ not available at this price. It’s much more 🙁
***Another price drop!*** Cracked iPhone 6 screen replacement now $170.00! Call, text, or email today to setup your repair. Small quantity kept in stock and ready to fix you up. This repair is done onsite and takes about 20 min. ***Sorry but the iPhone 6 Plus is not included :(***
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I had a customer call and schedule me for this morning to “hook up their printer to their computer” so I went and my jaw dropped when I saw why they were having trouble getting a laser printer to connect. I wasn’t even able to set the clock cause it wouldn’t recognize any date newer than 1999. It definitely was not Y2K compliant. The monitor was a “Tandy” brand which I haven’t seen since the 80’s from radio shack. Made me think about my old TRS-80