Hello there, we’re getting excited out in Colorado!
Our newest location is getting the “real” signage installed tomorrow and we got a sneak peak at the sign sitting in the installers warehouse today:
Yes, those are individual letters- it will say “Mission Repair” before you know it. It’s LED lit channel letters with a marquee below it. This is my first “legit” retail store sign, so I’m eager to see how it looks installed.
I’ll be back tomorrow with a picture of the finished product!!
See ya, Ryan
Ok, It’s mid-day on Friday here in Kansas City;
That’s a good sign that the weekend is almost here! We’ve got a big weekend planned that’s for sure; our company picnic is on Sunday and there’s a little bit of planning and preparing left to do. Good thing is that I’m not doing any of it. Lennie, get to work!
There’s still time to jump on our iPhone 6 Screen repair deal that’s going on and blowing up (in a great way). We’ve taken record number of iPhone 6 Smartphones in for repair in the last few weeks, and this deal is good through the end of the month so don’t delay…
If you need a black screen repaired rather than a white one (that’s pictured above) that’s no problem. Just click here.
OK, I’m always about sharing our specials so if you have any questions, give your nearest Mission Repair location a call!
Take care, Ryan
Hello there again this fine Friday morning!
I just wanted to remind you that the Samsung Galaxy S6 Screen Repair service is in full effect and we are taking in and fixing cracked screens on these units daily.
Samsung has a lot riding on its 2015 flagship, and this time it’s put its best foot forward. With its super-fast, homebrew processor, a pair of great cameras and a surprisingly clean version of TouchWiz, the S6 is the finest Galaxy Samsung has ever made. Now, if only it were waterproof 😉
A side by side comparison of the iPhone 6 (Top) and the Galaxy S6 (Bottom).
Now that we’re repairing the full-line up of Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphones, the demand for these services is higher than ever. Give us a call at 866-638-8402 and we’ll be happy to help you find the right service that meets your needs.
Have a great day, Ryan
If you read my blog earlier about the iPhone 5 series of screens that are becoming high in demand, you might latch on to the fact that in a few weeks it may be impossible to get your iPhone 5, 5S, or 5C screen repaired quickly.
This means that if you’re in the market to have one of these devices repaired, it would make sense to do it now rather than wait. There will be a shortage on screens available to ALL repair centers like Mission Repair, and since stock is still available – now is the time.
No, this is not some “false” information to get you to buy now. This is a tidbit to help our customers avoid LONG delays on iPhone 5, 5C and 5S screen repairs because once the Nationwide supply is gone it’ll be a few weeks before new screen inventory is available. I’m just trying to help.
Here at Mission repair we have several hundred iPhone 5C screens in stock, so for the immediate future there doesn’t appear to be any issue; but take it from me there’s an ominous feeling on “our side” of the fence when talking to supply vendors on these parts and everyone is getting nervous.
iPhone 5C Screen Repair – only $92 at Mission Repair!
Take care, have a great morning, Ryan
It’s come to everyone’s attention in the repair industry that iPhone 5, 5C and 5S screens are in limited supply, and vendors have already started raising prices on some screens due to demand.
Let’s play “What’s in the box?” With parts in high demand, sometimes our orders are short!
In fact, there are some vendors that are already out of stock on popular items like the Black iPhone 5S; with no ETA on new inventory. This is apparently the result of the Apple production lines shutting down manufacturing of these parts, and with not a lot of stock on hand, the supplies are drying up quickly.
It’s easy to forget that we had a similar situation a couple of years back for the iPhone 4 lines of screens- and it takes the retooling and setup of a new production line in a different manufacturing plant to solve the issue. It was scary at the time, but we will be back at normal production rates – and probably lower prices – when the move is over.
So we may be in an iPhone 5/5C/5S screen drought here very soon; we will keep you posted with news and releases of parts as they come to us, but for the immediate future is seems that we will be OK. At Mission Repair we’ve done our best to grab inventory quickly and get stock on our shelves to attempt to ride out any shortages that may come about.
I’ll let you know more as we are made aware. Ryan