You’re walking down the sidewalk, fumbling with an app on your smartphone, and the device tumbles out of your hands. Just like that—the screen is completely shattered. PCS Wireless & Co. gives free estimates for repairs of such issues. In addition, PCS corrects water damage, broken ports, and audio problems and reveals apps wrapped in invisibility cloaks. The store is also an authorized dealer of phones compatible with top networks, such as Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint, and can activate prepaid devices.
The committed technicians at uBreakiFix restore fragile pocket appliances and entertainment consoles with an arsenal of original manufacturers' OEM parts and 15-minute service times. The repair team reunites customers with fresh new screens for HTC Evo 4G, iPhone 4, or iPhone 3G smartphones along with 90-day warranties. While waiting for trusty telephones, customers can enjoy lounging in a comfortable waiting area with TV screens and friendly staff members who serve caviar and wear tuxedo T-shirts. In addition to screen replacement, the circuit surgeons can provide water-damage diagnostics for iPads, game consoles, and Apple computers that have been waterlogged after haphazardly trying to surf the web.
Possibly the only thing worse than breaking your iPhone is the extra cost it takes to repair it. But with the thin, glass-lined gizmos holding much of our daily lives, the cost to not fix your mobile phone might be even higher. That’s where Los Angeles iPhone Repair comes in. This smallish shop operates out of a residential building along Centinela Avenue in West Los Angeles, where technicians will happily repair and restore shattered screens, broken home buttons and all manner of other issues. New models and old receive equal treatment at this spare repair space, and each service comes with a 90 day warranty that covers parts and labor. Lounge in the waiting area while your phone is being repaired, thanks to comfortable seating, free WiFi and refreshments.
Dusty cassettes and worn-down records surrender fading memories to ARC’s staff, which works to preserve visual memoirs and nostalgic tunes with pristine, dependable DVD and CD transfers. Crisp, high-definition quality defines each DVD transfer ($3–$10/transfer, depending on number of copies), ensuring patrons can enjoy home movies without the sputtering loops, unspooled tape, and sporadic bursts of ’80s-style synthesizers central to most VHS-viewing experiences. ARC’s staff can also do a combined edit of film, photos, and VHS footage onto a single DVD ($20/hour; $5/each additional hour), and underscore the visuals with a choice of music. Additionally, patrons can transfer audio from flimsy records to CD ($6–$22/transfer, depending on number of copies), preserving rare recordings for years to come. All transfers include a plastic case for the DVD or CD, and ARC can craft labels for an additional $0.25.