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REPAIR SHARKS

This company has everything you could want in an iPhone repair service. From replacement parts to repairs, Repair Sharks is the most comprehensive iPhone service provider we found. Their website is easy to use and diagnostics are FREE for iPhones, iPods, and Xbox.

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IRESQ

IResQ offers a free diagnostics of iPhones, iPods, iPads, Notebooks, Desktops, and PSPs. You can anticipate fair prices at IResQ but a less friendly website that is harder to navigate.

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MISSION REPAIR

Mission Repair has a vast array of refurbished electronics for your purchase. They also offer iPhone repair services and specialize in providing self installation products so that repairs may be made at home. Mission Repair focuses more on selling products than fixing broken iPhones.

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RAPID REPAIR

When you send off your expensive iPhone you want to know it's in good hands and understand the process. Unfortunately, at Rapid Repair the repair process is not well defined. The website provides vague information and didn't bring much confidence in our investigation.

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iPhone Repair

iPhone repair, and other mobile phone repairs, are more prevelant now than ever before. Most of us have inadvertently dropped, kicked, or smashed our mobile phone in the last few years. It doesn't seem to matter how careful we are, accidents do happen.

For those people who own the popular Apple iPhone mobile phone, this can be particularly devastating. iPhones can be delicate in nature, and buying a new iPhone can be an expensive proposition.

Many people aren't aware that iPhone repair services exist that can make that beloved iPhone as good as new, without the exorbitant expense of buying the latest iPhone model. If you want to save your existing iPhone, and hundreds of dollars, several online companies exist today that compete to provide your needed repairs.

However, not all iPhone repair providers are the same. Before you jump at the first repair service you come across, you should consider the following important factors:

  • Repair Costs. How do the repair costs compare to the competition?
  • Parts. If you want to fix the device yourself, will the company provide replacement parts and instructional material?
  • Dependability. Is the website professional and does it do a good job of outlining the service repair process? Does the company have a good track record of providing quality service?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best iPhone Repair services available today. We hope these reviews help you get your iPhone fixed quickly and affordably!



iPhone Repair In The News

Apple drops need for iPhone screen repairs to use calibration hardware, reducing turnaround time for repair shops

Apple is rolling out a change to its policies for iPhone screen repair, in a note seen by 9to5Mac (first shared with iMore). Apple is dropping the need for repair centers to use calibration ...

Published:  Mon, 17 Sep 2018 05:06:00 GMT



Repairing an iPhone XS Max will cost $150 more than buying a new iPhone 7

Starting at $1,099, the iPhone XS Max is the most expensive smartphone Apple has ever sold. Therefore, its repair costs are greater than any iPhone as well, which shouldn't come as much of a ...

Published:  Fri, 14 Sep 2018 15:59:00 GMT



iPhone Screen Repairs to Get Faster as Apple Moves to Software-Only Calibration Process

Later this year, more Apple Authorized Service Providers around the world will have an opportunity to expand their in-store repair offerings to include iPhone display repairs.

Published:  Mon, 17 Sep 2018 06:20:00 GMT



iPhone XS, XS Max show off 'battery origami' in iFixit teardown

People around the world are lining up Friday to get their hands on Apple's new iPhone XS and XS Max, but some couldn't wait to pull it apart (carefully) and figure out what's going on inside. Tech rep...

Published:  Fri, 21 Sep 2018 06:39:00 GMT



Here's the First Teardown of the iPhone XS

Another year, another iPhone, and another iPhone teardown. Usually repair experts iFixit are the first to get hold of an iPhone and pull it apart before the internet, but this year Dutch YouTuber ...

Published:  Thu, 20 Sep 2018 08:38:00 GMT



Mastering Modern Inventory Management In Wireless and Repair

The ongoing expansion of wireless has been accompanied by a rapidly growing repair industry, which has increased at an annualized rate of 5.5% for the past five years, reaching $4 billion, according t...

Published:  Thu, 20 Sep 2018 09:12:00 GMT



Fixing an iPhone Xs Max Costs the Same as a New iPhone 8

... same service pricing as the iPhone X: $279 for the screen and $549 for any other damage. If you have it under warranty - or purchased AppleCare+ for $199 or $269 with theft and loss coverage - the ...

Published:  Mon, 17 Sep 2018 06:20:00 GMT



iPhone XS Teardown Exposes Some Not-So-Major Tweaks

iFixit says the higher the score, the easier to repair. So the iPhone XS isn't necessarily too difficult to repair if some accidental damage occurs. Just make sure you have the right equipment or visi...

Published:  Fri, 21 Sep 2018 08:49:00 GMT




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