iToy Repair

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22 reviews
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  • Roy W.

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    Haven't been able to get off work to go to the shop yet, but all my my interaction have been very positive and the quoted price is very fare.

    Dec 8, 2015Verified
  • Kim A.

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    Repaired the menu button on our iPod touch 5. Fast, easy service and Josh was very friendly and super helpful. We thought it had a charging problem, but it didn't, he explained that it was just a problem with the cord. We very much appreciated that they didn't take advantage and charge us for a repair we didn't need. I have referred several people to them, via Facebook since last week when I picked it up.

    Dec 30, 2014Verified

About this pro

We always use the best quality parts and are careful and neat with our work, striving for the best finished product we can deliver. And we ALWAYS take care of customer concerns after a job, and we would rather lose money on a repair than to turn out an unhappy customer. I like being able to provide a needed service, and being able to work a schedule that I have chosen. I am truly blessed.

Years in business

7

Times hired on Thumbtack

27

Number of employees

3

Background check

Completed
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    Q & A

    • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
      Depending on the generation and color: iPhone Screen Repairs $45 - $110 iPod Touch Screen Repairs $45 - $160 iPod Nano 6th Screen Repairs $70 iPad Screen Repairs $115 - $165 (iPads and some iPods have separate LCDs, that's more$) There is a huge list of other repairs, and prices depending on generation and device. Please call for a current quote.
    • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
      Every time I discover something that I do not know I begin doing research and self educating with hands on and any information I can find. This is a rapid paced industry so technical school is impossible. Literature would be outdated before it was finished being published. Every time Apple releases a new generation of touchscreen device, I am among the first to take one apart and learn it's assembly. There is also a whole new line of parts to find vendors for with each successive generation, so yes, continuing education is annual.
    • How did you get started doing this type of work?
      My room mates niece dropped her iPhone 4 in the pool, and I started trying to fix it. After 4 days of working on it all day every day, it suddenly came on. The problem had been a shorted out power button flex ribbon. It took me a long time to discover that, but once I had, I had learned quite a bit in the process. I posted a Craigslist ad just for kicks, and was surprised that there were responses. Countless hours of research and learning on broken devices I was able to buy, and I can now confidently repair every generation of iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, including the iPod Nano 6th Generation
    Coverage Area for iToy Repair is about 30+ miles of Fresno, CA.