WiGoClinic – Cell Phone Repair Shop performs a wide assortment of smartphone fixes, including fitting damaged devices with solid new covers, which breathe new life into once unusable technologies. Trained technicians cradle cracked smartphones to soothe them into drowsy Airplane Mode, then gently unhinge shattered covers to clear delicate surfaces for a new protective window. Devices emerge from the phone hospital after roughly an hour with fresh screens that bestow the same functionality as the original factory cover. WiGoClinic also performs water-damage diagnostics, and boasts a high success rate in repairing drowned devices. iPhone repairs typically take less than an hour, and most operations can be performed while customers sit comfortably in WiGoClinic's waiting space, complete with kids' play area.
Broken-Apple's team of skilled technicians operates on iPhones, iPads, cell phones, and computers, repairing models from all four categories in an efficient, effective manner. When done with a project, the shop ships gadgets back to their owners free of charge. In addition to mending devices, Broken-Apple stocks its shelves with replacement parts and accessories, including cables, cameras, and covers for further personalization.
Mytex's computer technicians can solve software issues without even touching a keyboard—or without touching the client's keyboard, at least. When clients' systems slow or become difficult to use, the technicians work to solve the issue either by giving advice over the phone, or by fixing conflicts themselves through an online connection. Once logged in, they can settle more than a dozen issues with services including virus removal, malware removal, wireless network troubleshooting, and printer support. Clients can contact a technician by phone, over chat, or through Facebook or Twitter, but not by telegraph because the beeping bothers the office bird.
It all started with a single vacuum. In the 1920s, Electrolux took off thanks to designer Gustaf Sahlin and his invention of the canister vacuum, which could clean floors more efficiently than other models and didn't produce tiny tornados in the living room. Much of Sahlin's original design has remained throughout the decades and continues in the company's current vacuum line, which has grown to include uprights and central vacuum systems. In 2003, the company entered the new millennium with even more products and a new name: Aerus Electrolux. The change in moniker reflects its expansion into new areas, including systems for water purification and air filtration.
Whether in their office or out on location, the technicians at Tekademics schedule appointments—including same-day—to service and repair clients' computers. Their expertise includes repairs, virus removal, tuneups, and data backup and recovery.