iPhone 5 Screen Repair!

Hello M:R Nation –

We are a little over the 2 month anniversary of the release of the iPhone 5. It continues to receive accolades from everyone in the industry and I can say by experience, these are well deserved accolades. The only thing missing on this beauty was Google Maps. Now, if you read my previous post, you would know that this problem has finally been solved!

Broken iPhone 5 Screens

Broken iPhone 5 Screens

So now that you and I now own the perfect communications device, what could go wrong? Well, if you notice the picture above, this is what can go very wrong.

With a plethora of drop tests circulating around the internet, you can see that the iPhone 5 can take a nice beating. But drop it too many times or just in the right area and you will see the above result. There is no such thing as uncrackable glass (Or at least that I can find), there is no real cure for butterfingers and you can’t really control an accident.

So where does this leave us? It leaves us at the repair stage. There is absolutely no better alternative to repairing an iPhone or any other Smartphone for that matter. Replacing will cost you well over any repair cost, throwing it out  in no way helps this place we live on called Earth and living with the problem is just annoying/hindering.

Allow us at Mission:Repair to help out with our iPhone 5 Front Glass Screen Repair (Black) or our iPhone 5 Front Glass Screen Repair (White). This will replace both the glass and spectacular Retina display. If you have further questions, give us a call at 866-638-8402 or email sales@missionrepair.com!

Cheers, Troy!

Google Maps Is Back!

Hello M:R Nation

There was some great news in the iOS world that was announced last night. Google Maps is back! Yes, the old standard that used to be on your iPhone, iPad and iPod is now back. All you have to do is download it from the app store free of charge.


I think its safe to say we all have had our own Apple “Maps” mishaps. My mishap includes me being the navigator in the middle of Wisconsin leading the driver (which happened to be my boss, Ryan) in the wrong direction. Needless to say, it wasn’t a good time.

Will this hinder business for us in anyway? It does seem with Google Maps back in the driver seat, there will be a lot less thrown phones out in the world. But keep in mind, there are plenty of reasons to throw a phone, this will only slightly effect that 🙂

Cheers, Troy