Sometimes I wonder about these things, and Apple has confused me with their naming scheme recently. Now I’m a pretty simple guy and I feel like I probably represent the “common thinker” but I do work with this stuff every day and this issue has me thinking.
Hmm, the newer new iPad sounds like what I want.
So let’s talk about the iPad. First, we got the iPad, also known now as the “Original iPad”. I use one of these at home and I love it – I use it every day! Calling it the “iPad” is perfect!
Then Apple announced the “iPad 2“. Yes! The next in line of iPads, the iPad 2 implies something new, a better revision and more features.
Well now I believe we have an issue on our hands with the latest release of “the new iPad“. Or is it just “iPad” again? It’s certainly not “iPad 3”. For now, calling it “the new iPad” works perfectly, but it might not for long! Let’s discuss – stick with me here.
If it’s “the new iPad” then what is the next revision of the iPad going to be called? “The Newer iPad?” – “iPad 4?” – “Newer than the last iPad?” – “iPad Classic?” I am curious to see how this pans out. While I’m sure Apple already has it worked out (maybe the new iPad will be the LAST iPad ever made?) or possibly the name of the iPad will go away altogether to something else?
At this point I think it’s all speculation and maybe a topic that’s not even worth talking about, but I was thinking about it. And now you are too 😉 Sorry.
Have a great day, Ryan
This blog post is all about the new 13″ MacBook Air and our warning to “HOLD ON TIGHT!”
We know that accidents happen, and if you should crack the screen on your favorite little computer the world doesn’t come to a halt – it may slow a little – but we at Mission Repair will get you fixed right up.
Hang on tight or call 866-638-8402.
Just like the new 11″ MacBook Air computers, these screens are a bit tricky to replace. There are some companies out there that will swap the entire top lid for you, and charge you an arm and a leg for it. If you have us perform the repair, not only will we allow you to keep all of your appendages 😉 but we’ll also only sell you the parts you need – not a “swap” where you get charged hundreds of dollars more and you have to buy cables, boards and case parts that are simply NOT NECESSARY.
We will disassemble your screen in a clean room environment, replace the shattered LCD screen, and reassemble the top. You save BIG BUCKS with our method and you get the SAME END RESULT. A brand new LCD and a working laptop. Oh yeah, and a few large bills left in your wallet – which equals to “dinner on me”.
Thanks, have a great day! Ryan
We’re at it again. After evaluating our MacBook Air Screen Repair pricing, we are able to LOWER the price to an astonishing $269…INSTALLED!
These are NOT easy repairs. In fact, they need to be done in a clean room and they take a few days for us to complete…but take a look around and you’ll find that there’s no better price and repair guarantee that we’ve got.
SMASH! Mission Repair can fix you up like new!
The MacBook Air is an amazing little machine. I use one at home. . .Both the 11 and 13 inch MacBook Air computers now feature the latest generation of Intel processors, the Core i5 and i7. With speeds up to 1.8GHz and faster memory, the new MacBook Air gains up to 2.5x the processing performance over the previous generation. The issue is that on these new generation Airs, the screens are NOT EASY to replace.
We’ve got the process down. Let us handle (by all means DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME) and we’ll get your awesome little laptop back in tip-top shape.
Thanks, we’ve got one more great price drop coming today!
Hello there everyone, it’s turned into a pretty stormy afternoon here in Kansas City. All this rain and nice weather has really “greened up” the area. It’s a nice change from a freezing April, in fact I’ve already been out out on the lake and gotten a sunburn this Spring!
Normally my posts are mainly business-like but today I just had to share a personal tidbit and give a good review to a product. Far too often the only reviews left online are the bad ones- I don’t want to be one of those customers- I want to post good quality reviews for those that are interested!
I went to our local Costco and purchased an Astak Mole Wireless Surveillance Camera for my house. I got it out of the box last night, hooked it up to my home router, programmed it, rebooted it in wireless mode – all within about 15 minutes. This thing is really cool! Unfortunately Costco doesn’t sell them onliine or I’d add a link to their site. But you can see the camera here!
One of the cool features is that it can be controlled by my iPhone. With a free app, I just touch a single button and it automatically logs in and displays the image. I have the camera currently set up in my basement and right now it’s in “NIGHT VISION MODE” – my basement has ZERO light and you can still make out a lot of the features!
Here’s a screenshot from my iPhone today:
If you’re in the market to add some peace of mind to your life or just want to check up on your valuables once in a while, this is a great way to remotely do so. It also is a great way to keep tabs on your kids when they get home from school to make sure there aren’t any unauthorized “parties” 😉
This guy was EASY to set up. It’s very intuitive and I can even “pan and tilt” with my iPhone so I can have a look around the entire basement at any time. It’s my first home security camera and I’m pleased. I need to get a couple more for the rest of the house. It’s got a 2GB of memory built in to it can also record and store video!
Another cool feature is that you can “talk” through the camera remotely and anyone in it’s vicinity can respond. I can’t wait to surprise my son when he heads down there this afternoon. I’ll be watching!
Ok, I’m moving on and back to business. Have a great Thursday!
Hello all, we had a short backorder on Kindle Fire glass screens. The truth of the matter is that we sold more than we expected!
I’ve looked into my crystal ball and have decided to order more than we need this time 😉 We have new glass panels ready to go, the backorder has been lifted, and we are shipping Repaired Kindle Fire Cracked Glass as fast as we are getting them in.
The Kindle Fire, it’s a “hot” product for us and at $109 installed backed by Mission Repair’s unbeatable service, it’s the best value on the internet.