Well in this case… the worm is a great deal and fast service!
I hope you all are having a great day today! Here at Mission Repair we are working tirelessly to change the game up and bring more convenience, great service at no added cost. Keeping the same quality and service with no added cost but making sure we are here to fit your busy schedule. We are now open 7am to 7pm Monday thru Friday! Saturdays will remain 10am to 5pm. (I have to let my tech’s sleep in one day a week!) Mission Repair is geared up for summer and we want to offer an “EarlyBird” special for those of you that head in to the office early. Just drop your device off between 7am and 8am Mon-Fri and we will have it ready the same day at no additional cost to you on popular Apple and Samsung smartphones/tablets.
Let us make your early morning drop off easy! Come see us at one of our retail locations starting next week. While we normally charge a nominal fee for same day service, the “EarlyBird” special lets you keep your cash and we take care of your device the same day!
One more added benefit of trusting Mission Repair to be your one stop shop for repairs and accessories for your mobile life!
Look forward to seeing you bright and early Monday morning!
At first glance, it doesn’t even look recognizable. This is an iPhone 6 that arrived recently at the Mission Repair lab in Lenexa Kansas, and it needed some TLC to say the least.
Sydney got right on it and cleanly removed the shattered screen assembly. She’s not one to mess around and she’s got the technical capability and tenacity to get this tedious job done fast. She’s a “robo-tech”. That’s a compliment!
To answer my own question, no we typically don’t see screens more damaged than this. This one is pretty bad, but fortunately all that was needed was an iPhone 6 screen to be installed and the customer was on their way.
It’s not unusual that I ask my technicians to take a few pictures of phones that are severely damaged…but it is unusual that an iPhone 6 would come into us in this bad of shape! Check out the “before pictures” below:
Of course, this iPhone 6 needed a lot of TLC…but once we replaced the back case and the glass, the rest of the phone was still working. This is a testament to the “ruggedness” of the rest of the phone even though we all know that the glass can break very easily. Obviously this phone was run over or caught in a car door or something. Normally they don’t look this bad. Once repaired, they typically tend to look this good!
So when people ask “can you fix my iPhone?!?”, just take a look at the pictures above and judge for yourself…if it’s not as bad of the first two pictures, there’s a good chance that Mission Repair will be able to help you out. I mean, there’s not much more someone can do to try to test our skills, right? Thanks to my technician Casey for handling this one.