iPod Touch 6 Repairs=SUCCESS!

Hi there everyone,

Mission Repair is happy to bring a full line of services and repairs for the iPod Touch 6 – and effective immediately we are taking orders.

http://www.missionrepair.com/Apple_iPod_Repair_Services_s/3.htm

iPod Touch 5 or 6…how can you tell the difference? Let’s discuss.

It’s not easy, but on the iPod Touch 5, there’s a “loop button” that you could attach a lanyard to…and the new iPod Touch 6 doesn’t have it! The differences are on the inside. The Processing chip is one of the two biggest upgrades in the new iPod touch. It matches the iPhone 6 with a 64-bit Apple A8 SoC – a huge step forward from the 2011-era A5 found in the old model.

The camera is the other big upgrade in the new iPod touch. Its rear camera has the same 8 MP resolution that the last four iPhone flagships (starting with the iPhone 4s) have had.

The great news is that we re now offering a full line of repairs, and have already satisfied several customers (fixing broken screens mostly!) So if you find yourself having problems with your new Touch, give Mission Repair a call.

844-459-0105

See ya, Ryan

Cracked iPod Touch 4 Screen?

Hello fans of electronics –

The “4th generation iPod Touch”…what more can we say about it? It keeps chugging away. Folks continue to choose to repair instead of replace these awesome machines and with good reason… they just continue to work! You could call them timeless. Cracking the screen will not render the iPod touch useless in most cases, rather, you just have to compete with shards of glass when perusing Facebook or snapchatting!

Broken Touch 4

We at Mission Repair are in awe of the iPod Touch 4 “staying power” and are proud to be the premier repair facility for these great devices! Over the last several years, we have had the pleasure of repairing a countless number of these devices and we truly do not see an end in sight! There is just something about these that keep people attached.

If you have an iPod touch that looks like the image above, you certainly need our services! Click here: iPod Touch Screen Repair to get started on your repair today!

Take care, Ryan

Black Friday in July!

Hello again friends,

I’ve heard a little rumor going around about a lot of retailers are talking about Black Friday in July- and it’s coming up this Friday the 25th!

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What is Black Friday?

The day After Thanksgiving (Friday) is known as Black Friday. This also typically starts the holiday shopping season. Almost all stores come out with blockbuster sales and specials and early bird specials to attract consumers to their stores. People can stand in line hours before store is opened just to grab the bargain of the year. Almost every store has something that interests every one. For bargain hunters black Friday might be their biggest festival of the year.

So why is there a Black Friday in July? I think it was developed by retailers to give the bargain minded consumer another chance to get a great deal half-way through the year instead of waiting for the turkey to wear off. So we’re joining in!

Yes, Mission Repair will have some amazing never-before-seen-so-low specials this Friday 7/25/14. However we will only share them via our newsletter so you need to sign up now to get the savings!

Stay tuned – our first Black Friday in July is coming this week!

Take care, Ryan

iPod Repair at Mission Repair; a number one seller!

Hello friends of Mission Repair –

I just went over our May 2014 metrics, and once again iPod Repair is our number one selling service; to be more specific the 4th Generation iPod Touch Screen Repair takes top honors.

It’s fitting because I’ve been in the iPod repair business since the first iPod was delivered to anxious customers- do you remember these beauties?

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Well times have changed since the 1st Generation iPod was delivered; no touch-sensitive “anything” there. They had a spinning click wheel and greyscale screen. I bet my kids would have a good chuckle if I handed them one of these and said “here’s your iPod”. In fact, that sounds like a great idea!

Fast forward to today and we’re fixing iPods by the thousands here at Mission Repair. There was one noteworthy anomaly in May that caught my eye. iPads took second place just behind the iPods by just one less unit. That’s in interesting shift to iPads and I’m certainly going to keep my eyes on that. We might see iPad overcome the iPod as the most proliferate repair at our business soon. Times are-a-changing!

Remember Mission Repair when in need of that iPod Repair – I’ve been doing them since 2001. Wow.

Take care, Ryan

Cracked iPod Touch 4 Screen? Yep, We STILL Repair That!

The “4th generation iPod Touch”, what more can we say about it? It keeps chugging away. Folks continue to choose to repair instead of replace these awesome machines and with good reason… they just continue to work! Cracking the screen will not render the iPod touch useless in most cases, rather, you just have to compete with shards of glass when perusing Facebook or snapchatting!

Broken Touch 4

We at Mission Repair are in awe of the iPod Touch 4s staying power and are proud to be the premiere repair facility for these great devices! Over the last 4 or so years, we have had the pleasure of repairing a plethora of these devices and we are truly do not see an end in sight! There is just something about these that keep people attached.

If you have an iPod touch that looks like the image above, you certainly need our services! Click here: iPod Touch Screen Repair to get started on your repair today!

Cheers, Troy

Our Second customer at our new retail location…

Hello again friends- if you read my last blog, you heard from the very first customer out at our new retail location, Mission Repair Express, in Mission, Kansas.

What about the second customer…did we even get a second customer you might ask?

ribbon cutting

We did open up on Monday of this week, March 17th 2014, and I’d like to thank all of these people that came in on Monday to visit our new location and set up repair orders with us:

Lori D.
Keith V.
Savannah M.
Shane M.
Jeff H.
Keith V. (again!)
Rick V.
Vipul B.
Doug T.
Ernesto P.
Donna M.
Danielle R.
Mike L.
Renee A.
Jennifer S.
Mindy D.
Dan H.
Brian H.
John. B.
Erica B.
Sheila B.
Darin C.
Rob S.
Katy H.
Hardy C.
Murl B.
Lori B.
Linda B.
Robert M.
Kathy C.
Dennis G.
Mike B.
Bryson J.
Fernando L.
and of course, our very first customer, Jim. G. who came in a little early!

We wouldn’t have had a successful opening without you. There’s an unbelievable amount of effort that goes into starting a new location and because you watched and listened and read our newsletter you made the effort to come in and check out our new location. It was a fantastic “christening” and fire test for us, thank you all for becoming the newest friends of Mission Repair and Mission Repair Express. I sincerely appreciate every one of you.

Have a great day, Ryan

Our first customer at our new retail location…

Hello friends, it was pretty fun. Our first customer at our new retail location was a gentleman by the name of Jim G. (and his wife) that actually stopped in 2 days before we opened as I was “testing” out our open sign.

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The open sign was one of the last pieces to go up; it was a detail after all of the marketing and fixtures went in. I mounted the sign in the window, rolled up the power cord, stapled the cord to the wall, turned it on, and then Jim and his wife came walking in. I was dusty, dirty, tired, and not ready…but Jim and I worked this “first sale” out together! I received an email form him today, this will tell a lot:

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Testimonial…

My 3rd grade daughter dropped her iTouch and shattered the screen. I would have taken it to the Apple store for repair, but the atmosphere in Apple stores annoys me, so I typed “shattered screen 5th generation iPod Touch Kansas City” into my web browser search bar. The top result was Mission:Repair. I looked at the hours of operation and realized there was only 30 minutes before they closed and I had a 20 minute drive to get to the store.

We made it to the store with 10 minutes to spare. We walked into the establishment to the dismay of the owner and his mother. Why dismay? Well, when I found the store location on the web and I didn’t realize this was a new location and wasn’t yet open. The front door was unlocked so the owners could carry items from their cars into the store, but it wasn’t open to walk-in traffic.

So… We walked in, and apologized for showing up so late in the day, but needed to get my daughter’s iPod repaired. The owner explained they open for business on Monday (March 17), but he was excited I found the store and helped me despite the fact they weren’t actually open for business. He had his sales/order system up and running, so he was able to put me into the system and get a ticket for my order, but since the store wasn’t fully functional he couldn’t print the ticket (he was able to email it). He apologized for not having “something to give me saying he had our iPod”, but it wasn’t a big deal as I had already received the email on my phone. He told me he would be in and out of the store over the weekend and would have the iPod for me the next day, Saturday (as I later would find out, they offer next day service on all iPod and ITouch repairs).

We went back to pick up my daughter’s iTouch and was thoroughly impressed with what happened next. The owner’s wife was there and she was so grateful to us for being their “1st customer” at the new location. She then explained how she and her husband wanted to offer us a significant discount on the repair and also gave us three gift certificates to help spread the word about their company. We told her we would absolutely spread the word as their customer service went above and beyond what anyone should expect from the owner’s of store that is not officially open. Hoping we don’t require anymore repairs to our devices, but if we do, we will definitely be using Mission:Repair!

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So there you go, a great story from a wonderful couple that just needed a little bit of help with their cracked iPod glass. We are on a fantastic roll out at Mission Repair Express, and we encourage you to come visit us.

We are now open daily, 8am to 7 pm Monday through Friday, and 10am to 5pm Saturday ad Sunday. Our ribbon cutting is taking place on 4/1/14 at 4:30…be sure to come out and stop on by for some cookies, coffee and surprises. Thanks again for all of our newest customers that came to our Express location, we appreciate each and every one of you!

Best, Ryan