Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A. Beware of repair services offering too low of a price. While the sweetness of a cheap price lasts for a moment, the bitterness of poor quality can hang for far longer. There are many aftermarket parts available for the iPhone, iPod, Macbook and iPad. Some are of decent quality, others lack almost all quality. The glass can be thinner, thicker or more brittle than the original. The touchscreen can be inferior and less responsive. The resolution can be less clear. The battery may not have a high enough rating. Do not take a chance. Higher quality parts usually means a slightly higher initial cost. iPhoneRepairs.net makes every effort to keep our costs as low as possible without sacrificing guaranteed quality. All repairs are backed by a 90 day parts and workmanship guarantee.
Q. If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?
A. Sometimes simple restarting your iPhone can take care of many issues, such as sluggishness or freezing up. You can restart your iPhone by holding the sleep (power) button and the home button for approximately 10-15 seconds, or until you see the Apple logo screen appear.
Q. What questions should a consumer ask to hire the right service professional?
Years in business?
iPhoneRepairs.net offers repair pricing as low as possible, without sacrificing quality. As our costs drop on parts, so does the customer's cost.
All repairs are guaranteed for 90 days (parts and workmanship).
We have located trusted vendors supplying high quality iPhone parts that iPhoneRepairs.net is proud to stand behind. Most, if not all, originate from the original component manufacturers which supply the parts for Apple when they assemble the iPhones and iProducts.
iPhoneRepairs.net is tried and true, having repaired thousands of iPhones, iPods and iPads since 2008.
Q. What important information should buyers have thought through before seeking you out?
A. If at all possible, know your model number. Instead of having an "iPhone 3", try to determine if it is the 3G or the 3GS, for example. If you have an iPod or an iPad, try to know which generation you have. If you are unsure, please have your serial number ready, and iPhoneRepairs.net can determine this for you.