Where Do I Send My Repair?

boxes_two_categoryAs we evolve and grow, we must relocate.  If you have submitted an order through our website, it might have instructed you to send your repair to our previous address, at 9214 Marshall Drive Lenexa, KS.  Due to technical issues on the back end of our website, we are unable to remove these instructions at this time.  We are working diligently to get this issue resolved.  In the meantime, please send your repairs to our repair depot location, at 12351 W. 96th Terr, Suite 108, Lenexa, KS 66215.  This is a temporary location as our permanent office is being renovated.  We expect to settled into our permanent location around the 1st of November.  Thank you for your patience!

The iPad Pro – will it be for you?

Hello friends, Apple recently announced the iPad Pro; and of course we will be offering repairs for it soon here on the Mission Repair website.

There’s a lot of talk about who and what this tablet was designed for. Specifically since of it’s high price tag, that it could replace a laptop for high-end executives that travel, read the news, email, watch movies and work within their proprietary vertical market software. Again these devices are about $950 on average and there won’t be one in every household (in my humble opinion).

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Jason Perlow for Tech Broiler writes:

“But if the iPad Pro is the future of computing, particularly for executive task workers and for high-end data visualization, then we really need to think about capacity management in the cloud and how we may need to re-architect existing LOB apps originally designed for Client-Server, now being lifted and shifted to IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) to minimize development, to scale as PaaS (Platform as a Service) in massively multi-tenant, public cloud environments.

Because without the Cloud, the iPad Pro is just a very expensive executive paperweight.”

I think he’s got some validity there, but even though I don’t imagine these devices selling like the iPad Mini where I see them in the hands of children, I do think that the consumer group that just simply likes a big screen will wait in line to have the next big thing. Is it for me? I don’t think so.

My son has the iPhone 6 Plus, and it’s a little too much. I still remember loving my iPhone 4S; but I’ve settled into my iPhone 6. Size does matter in the electronics world, and I think I’ll stick with my iPad 4 for a while. At least until I become a big important business executive that is!

Take care, Ryan