Troubleshooters, fixers, tinkerers, retailers, and all-around gadget experts, the certified techs at CPR–Cell Phone Repair do it all when it comes to phones, cameras, laptops, and more. Having opened its first store in 1997 in Orlando, CPR–Cell Phone Repair has expanded in and outside of the U.S., now operating more than 100 locations throughout North and South America. Whether the issue is water damage, a broken screen, or a complete mystery, they solve the problem with confidence, offering a six-month warranty on all repairs excluding accidental damage to the original repair. They also service MP3 players and gaming systems and have experience with brands ranging from Apple to Android to Samsung.
Sunlight bounces off the windows of the towering Empire State building, shooting its reflective rays into YAFiX's 5th Avenue location. As thousands of cell phone- and computer-toting New Yorkers pass to and fro on the bustling street outside, YAFiX's team of professional technicians diligently works to keep abreast of the newest advancements in electronics repair and customization services. They specialize in Apple repairs, securing their licensed and insured work with a 100% guarantee. In addition, the fast-working team can also customize iPhones and iPads with color-swapping services, which change out the trademark white or black shells with more vibrant hues to showcase individuality or with invisibility cases to hide phones from home-obsessed extraterrestrial visitors.
Before earning a set of scrubs and the title of Doctor of iDevice, each employee at iHospital—featured in the The Wall Street Journal—must first pass a series of technical certifications. Just as real doctors specialize in either plaster or papier-mâché leg casts, the technicians focus their abilities specifically on Apple devices, including iPhones and iPods, performing many repairs in minutes. The store also carries a range of accessories from brands such as LifeProof, OtterBox, and Speck.
Dr. Brendan Mac Repair revives wounded Apple products with deft repairs, upgrades, and complete overhauls that earned the attention of CNN and the New York Times. Brendan McElroy—the company’s eponymous owner, iGuru, and suspected cyborg—leads a tech-savvy team as they replace screens for the iPhone 3G ($60), iPod Touch, and iPad ($160). Battery replacement outfits iPhones with a fresh pack of go-juice ($50 for iPhone3G, $60 for iPhone 4), and an eight-gigabyte memory install ($125) nets second-generation MacMinis and MacBooks enough storage space to stockpile more cat pictures than Heathcliff’s family album.
Despite MIT’s best efforts, telepathy still hasn't been invented yet. That's why Mobile Shop specializes in smartphone retail and repair for top-of-the-line brands such as Nokia, Samsung, HTC, and Apple. Highly trained technicians use only original, name-brand parts when performing complicated fixes ranging from a replacing cracked screens or broken antennas to reversing water damage incurred while calling for sushi from pool's deep end. To reward their phones for being brave patients, clients may also navigate Mobile Shop's diverse inventory of cases and chargers for the home and vehicle.
The technicians at Emmanul iPhone Repairs understand the frustration clients feel when their phone or tablet breaks. And it is with this understanding that Emmanuel?s team aims to quickly and efficiently repair damaged smart phones including iPhone, Blackberry, and HTC as well as iPods, iPads, tablets, PC, and Mac computers. The speedy technicians can easily replace cracked phone screens, stuck power buttons, and repair broken USB ports.