Give this old dog a bone.

Hello and happy Friday!

I was watching the dogs the other day and decided that they needed a treat. I wish I had someone that just handed me treats when I begged for them 😉

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This is Shadow snacking down on a meaty treat in the bedroom (which is not a great idea by the way – it’s a mess!) and apparently he doesn’t have a care in the world.

It’s the opposite for me right now at Mission Repair. We are moving out of our Olathe location, and soon my business will be in a brand new fully retail location as of 9/1/15. This is a new way of business for us, and in fact we are restructuring the business, the model and we’re moving to a 100% retail operation. We’ve found that the “old” Mission Repair is not as attractive to our customers as it used to be 8 years ago – times just change and so do we; so the “new” Mission Repair will be unveiled in just about a week and a half.

Of course we will be offering all of the usual services for your trusty devices on a walk-in basis but there are rumors that we will also begin offering cell phone service and new phone sales and with NO CONTRACT! That’s all that I want to say about that for now, but some exciting new programs are coming soon.

Take care, Ryan

Sunday success!

Hello there and happy Monday morning!

So we opened back up on Sundays here at Mission Repair and had a fantastic day. We are open limited hours on Sundays, from 10:00am to 5:00pm…but we booked 40 new repairs yesterday which just proves to me that being open on Sunday was a great choice. Thank you for your patience, it’s now official.

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Now that we’re open 7 days a week, we’re happy to take your calls, fulfill services and meet you for advice any day you’re ready.

Don’t forget that we’ve got some serious deals and new repairs listed on our website with more coming online every day.

I’ll be back shortly, have a great Monday!

Ryan

She droped her iPad then this happened:

Hello Mission Repair fans…

We got a call from a customer yesterday that said “I cracked my iPad, and I can see the electronics inside of it!”

We’ve found that this a very common issue for our customers, but for the “first timer” it can be a bit unnerving. The glass on these units is fragile and cracked pieces of the glass can actually fall out and expose the internals of the unit.

Here’s a common looking cracked white iPad as we receive them here at Mission Repair:

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A close-up shows the missing pieces:

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If you read my blog a few days ago, we suggested adding strips of tape to the face of the broken glass to stop pieces from getting loose. You can reread that blog here.

The answer is that most of the time your iPad will continue to work like it’s design to; even with the glass hunks missing. However, be aware that this greatly “ups the odds” of a failure. When you can see the inside of your device, it’s time to get it repaired!

We constantly receive units in from customers all over the country and we are experts at this kind of repair.

Questions about your next iPad repair? Give us a call at 866-638-8402.

Take care, Ryan