The team of iPhone-repair gurus at iFixDirect offers a diverse array of fix-it services and parts for the most recent models of Apple's mobile electronics. From screen replacement to custom covers, logos, and lighting, iFixDirect's techs spruce up or repair phones and iPads. They also sell parts for DIY projects such as replacing a back cover or teaching Siri about feelings. The customizations can be as simple as a new color panel or as complex as adding a custom glowing logo to the back of a phone.
The advantage of electrolysis is its versatility—its low-level electric currents can remove any color of hair from skin of any tone. This is why, at Brick Electrolysis, Lorraine Cupolo-Fetherman, LE, CPE, and her team of fellow licensed professional electrologists specialize in this established method of hair removal. During electrolysis sessions, they adhere to the highest standards of sterilization and perform treatments with a gentle method. Additionally, the team members are mindful of patient comfort before, during, and after treatments. For example, staffers schedule complimentary consultations and never hesitate to apply topical anesthesia or dress up as a teddy bear if needed.
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.