We just launched our newest repair in our lineup- the iPhone 3G Dock Connector Repair. It dawned on me that we needed this flat rate service when I helped a walk-in customer last week that brought in an iPhone with a totally crushed dock connector.
I asked how that could happen, and the customer stated the his daughter tried to push the SIM card in there. It appeared that the daughter was unaware that the SIM card slides in a tray on the top of the iPhone- trying to install it from the bottom caused one heck of a mess! Once your dock connector is broken, bent, or missing pins, you’ll no longer be able to sync or charge your iPhone. NOT GOOD!
Check out our new flat rate service and schedule your iPhone 3G Dock Connector Repair now for only $79 which includes parts and labor! We’ll get you back in the chat again.
Apple is cracking down on it’s “jailbreaking” policy and has updated it’s agreement with Developers (per the recent iPhone Developer Program License Agreement) – this is the agreement that all iPhone developers are required to follow – which clearly disallows jailbreaking, assisting in jailbreaking, and developing jailbreak apps. This includes restricting developers from jailbreaking the own phones. There are many other new rules all related to jailbroken phones and apps. Not good news for the jailbreak iPhone fans out there who want to use their own software, I get it!
Of course, there’s always the stance that you don’t have to listen to Apple. You can jailbreak your iPhone and use another carrier. However we’ve seen so many bricked and unusable iPhones in our business due to jailbreaking, we highly recommend NOT DOING IT! Once your logic board is bricked, you’re stuck with trying to figure a way out of it. Good luck with that, and you can forget Apple support at that point as well. Your entire iPhone is out-of-warranty!
On the flip side, I was able to mess around with an iPhone with 3.0 beta software this weekend. Yup, the cut and paste option is an amazing addition as with several other “needed” improvements. Looking forward to the formal release that will further the advancement of the iPhone to the public.
Personally, I’m sticking to the rules. AT&T is fine with me and iPhone 3.0 software looks great! Let me know what you think about it. . .