I just noticed a new trend and that we’re buying a lot more iPhone 6 screens lately. Like a lot more.
The iPhone 6 screens have been in high demand, but they were also very expensive at the onset of these services. Now that a few months have gone by, the cost of the screen has been driven down and this service has become more affordable for all of our customers.
I’d be willing to bet that these screens will soon take over the majority of our screen repairs; it’s already apparent that they are breaking constantly…so if you’ve got an iPhone 6 that DOESN’T have a cracked screen, take care of it!
In fact, I’m still running a “purist” format and I don’t have a case on my screen at this point. It’s looks so nice as a “naked” iPhone 6, but I just know that I’m asking for trouble the first time it falls onto the ground. Mistakes happen, that’s why Mission Repair was born.
Remember that we continue to pioneer new services for our customers and the iPhone 6 screen repair service is almost “old news” at this point. It’s time for a new product. Apple, you listening?
Have a great Wednesday evening, Ryan
Hello all- we’re wrapping up a few items at our Lakewood location before we head home to Kansas. One final piece is the intricate alarm system that we’ve had installed; it’s state of the art and the camera system is tied in with our local police department, which alerts them if there’s an intruder after hours that gets caught on camera!
So we’re previewing it, and I took a snapshot of Lennie (who’s on the phone at the desk) and Allen (who’s standing next to him training) – there aren’t any customers up front at the moment so basically I’m just spying on them 😉
The technology in these camera systems these days is very cool – I want to look into one like this for my house. If the alarm does go off, it instantly texts my cell phone a video clip and also contacts the police department – with the video. Very cool!
And I also like to look into the office from my iPhone too. I have to make sure everyone is staying busy, right?
Ok, a few more small bits of Mission Repair information coming your way today from the blog. Stay right there, I’ll be back shortly! Ryan
It’s my last day in Colorado training our new employees today; so we are busy going over the fine details and procedures. Our two new employees here with our veterans are catching on very quickly…
Yesterday we received 13 units at this location and shipped all thirteen. Here’s Kevin with his “stack” at the end of the day. We repaired and sent off a few iPad repairs, a few iPod repairs, and along with these mail-ins, we serviced every walk-in customer that came in as well. So far so good!!
We’re still arranging our nightly pickup and this “test” was a success. I’ve purposely had a few orders trickle in, and when they start receiving a hundred or so a day might be a little stressful, but with the proper training I think they will be just fine! In fact, the shipping area here at our Colorado location is well equipped and nice. I think my main shipping center in Kansas might be a little jealous! Don’t tell em about it 😉
After we close tonight at 7:00pm, we’re headed out to travel back to Kansas. I’ll see you back at the Corporate Headquarters tomorrow!
Take care, Ryan