Need a iPhone Screen Repair in Austin
Ever use a service where the tech comes to you. Of course, they do this for plumbers, carpet cleaners, you name it. Well why haven't there been services that are mobile, but for iPhone screen repairs? Guess what? Now there is!
Enter ATX Phone Repair who recent;y partnered with iGlass techs to solve a problem in the Austin area. You see many people in Austin are simply too busy to stop by every repair shop in town. If you're like me, I've claled mnay shops and they don't answer. Well now you can get your screen fixed from ATX Phone Repair. On the homepage and nearly every other page, we included a button where it'll redirect you to our partners that help us with iPhone fixing. It has an interface similar to Uber where you type in your information(name, location, device, etc.) and it opens up a map showing the techs location compared to your lcoation in the city of Austin. The tech will notify you his ETA and give you a call for meeting arrangements. It's the best way to get your iPhone screen repaired or any other issue you'll have(water damage,battery, etc.).
You should keep in mind that we have a guarantee with our service unlike our competitors. We don't just do a horrible job and let you pay for another repair if we messed up teh first time. We'll gladly come back to you and repair it again if there were any other problems. We know many people fix their phones themselves because they're not covered by Apple, but why not get it repaired by a pro and get a warranty as well? We're just advising you that if you repair your iPhone and the screen display doesn't turn back on, troubleshooting will need to take place and you'll be in a world of frustration.
If you still want to DIY, then ,ake sure your parts are quality parts. We don't recommend anything foreign that you quickly searched for on Google. Many of their parts are not Apple-certified and it malfunction quicker than the real Apple parts. We inspect our parts and order form a very highly trusted distributor. You'll also need a special tool kit especially for the screws that Apple uses. the 5-point security screw is one of them where you can't just buy from Home Depot or regular tech store. Also #000 screwdrivers are needed and sunction cups probably to lift up the new, beautiful display that you'll assemble and install into place. You'll also need a spudger tool and razor blade for further procedures. If you're confused, contact us for more help. You'll be glad you did and so will we.