iPad Mini screen repairs, not just a fairy tale.

Hello everyone, it’s been a while since we’ve talked!

You know that Mission Repair is synonymous with electronic repairs, specifically consumer electronics that are hand-held, popular, and part of our lives. Like Apple products! If you know anything about me, then you know that I’m an Apple fanatic and love using my Apple products on a daily basis. In fact, I haven’t pulled the trigger and purchased an iPad mini yet…I bet if I bought one for my wife I might get to use it once in a while around the house 😉

That brings me to my next topic – iPad Mini glass repairs. You’ll notice that there aren’t a ton of repair shops performing these repairs – but Mission Repair does. What’s the story?

“The Hero That Could Be”

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Once upon a time, there was an electronics repair center, Mission Repair in the Kansas City area. They serviced units across the entire USA and performed repairs on iPods, iPads, Computers and Smartphones within 24 hours. Sometimes they even would fix devices while customers waited in their lobby.

One day the iPad Mini was released and to everyone’s surprise on the very next day, Mission Repair received a broken iPad Mini at their location for repair. They knew that this was their chance to make someone happy. So they went to work and developed a brand new procedure to perform these repairs quickly and inexpensively for all the world’s customers.

To this day, Mission Repair is setting the standard on iPad Mini glass repair and many of the other repair centers are sending units to them for service. Customers from all corners of the globe are reaching to Mission Repair for help, and they are willing to assist anyone in need.

Everyone lived happily ever after.

These repairs aren’t a fairy tale. This story is true and will last right here on the Mission Repair blog for generations to come.

Ok, I’m just trying to have a little fun today so what’s the big deal? Well it’s quite simple. These repairs are not easy and take a significant amount of skill to solder a component onto a fragile cable that’s attached to the digitizer on the new glass. Not every repair shop in the industry can perform this repair with accuracy. Of course, Mission Repair can.

The iPad mini was announced in October of 2012, and to date we have nearly 1,000 of these repairs performed successfully. You can count on Mission Repair to be there for you.

So how about a bit of a kicker? Use coupon code “fairytale” to receive $20 off your next iPad mini glass repair. This special is good through 5/31/13 so act fast!

Best, Ryan