So it’s nothing new that we repair and service iPads. I’ve been repairing Apple products since 1994 so when the iPad showed up on the market (and of course I bought one) we immediately started the iPad repair market off on the right foot. On 2/1/10 we posted (even before the first iPad came out) about a camera that was going to be in the iPad 2. We were right. You can see that original blog here.
We then launched into the Kindle repair market. We do well here, but since Amazon dropped the price of the Kindle that market is tough for a repair center- nevertheless we receive Kindles daily.
Recently we jumped into the Samsung Galaxy Tab services market with overwhelming success. We are now getting into the rhythm of repairing the Samsung products (Including many Samsung Cell Phones) and these are quickly becoming a staple in our repair lineup.
Now we’ve got the iPad 2 arriving soon – Apple has set a release date of 3/11/11. We need to be on the ball here, so we’ve populated our site with every anticipated iPad 2 service we can think of so we can be ready. It’s almost a certainty that we’ll get a call about a dropped iPad 2 the very day they are released. Sad, but true.
So we’ve modified our site and added a “Tablet Repair” category on the left navigation bar as well as on the center of the home page. I feel like establishing Mission Repair as the leader in Tablet Repair is the smart thing to do as our customers demand that we stay on top of our game.
Hello folks, just taking a break to write a quick personal blog. . .my son Casey is 14 years old now and is finding his independence. Last year he made the decision to grow his hair out which he did. He put up with the Justin Bieber comments, the extra time it takes to wash, the extra time it takes to dry, etc. I think that he’s got a good appreciation for anyone that has long hair at this point, and his wasn’t even that bad!
So last night I took him to batting practice (little league season is rapidly approaching!) and afterward he stated “I want to get my hair cut”. I asked, “Like REALLY cut?” He replied “Yes” and we headed to the shop.
Here’s Casey in the chair just about to get his locks trimmed:
Casey getting ready for the clippers.
No turning back now!
The hair destruction!
The final product!
I have to admit, I forgot what this boy (I mean man) looked like with a “normal” haircut 😉 He impressed me with his tenacity to grow it out and then in his own time he decided to cut it off. I hate to admit it, but he’s his own person and has become pretty independent. He’s such a good kid, I’m really lucky.
Well, there we have it. A haircut that was meant for baseball. Which reminds me that his games start in 4 weeks, I have to get busy!
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