Like dogs, computers need attention or they will begin to run more slowly, fetch the news sluggishly, and chew up your entire music collection. Tame man’s best mechanical friend with today’s Groupon to The iDoctors, with locations in Shreveport and West Monroe. Choose from the following options:
- For $20, you get $40 worth of merchandise and repairs, excluding water-damage repairs.
- For $24, you get a screen-glass-repair service for an iPhone 3G (a $49.99 value).
- For $29, you get a screen-glass-repair service for an iPhone 3GS (a $59.99 value).
- For $60, you get a screen-glass-repair service for an iPhone 4 (a $129.99 value).<p>
The iDoctors Apple-certified technicians repair injured iPods, iPads, iPhones, and Mac, and gussy up naked gadgets with a stock of device-enhancing accessories. For malfunctions of unknown origin, electronics owners can opt for a diagnostic repair, during which the skilled repairmen will suss out the root cause of troubles, from corrupted software to an emotionally distant motherboard ($19.99 for an iPhone 3G or 3GS). A 1GB RAM upgrade for a MacBook Pro speeds up laptops ($49.99), while an iPhone 4 back cover replacement spiffs up posteriors with a sleek new stainless steel cover ($49.99). Armor electronics with the iDoctors’ extensive selection of cases for phones ($14.99–$69.99), tablets ($39.95–$89.95), and computers ($34.99–$69.95), or give iPhones a new lease on life with glass repair, undoing the damage caused during messy text message breakups with the fax machine.
The iDoctors’ helpful customer service staff and Apple-certified technicians repair injured iPods, iPads, iPhones, and Macs, and gussy up naked gadgets with a stock of device-enhancing accessories. Each member of the repair shop’s gadget-tenders goes through Apple’s rigorous training curriculum of diagnosing symptoms, properly opening and replacing equipment, and crafting emergency hard drives from recycled OS disks or disused childhood memories. The technicians’ skills go beyond diagnosing computing machines, and staff members root out computer problems on dead systems as well. Online customer service reps answer curious customers’ questions.