Earlier I was writing about Apple’s 1 to 1 iPad program that is sweeping the Nation, but there’s a lot to think about when you’re son or daughter receives the device and heads home.
We work with several schools performing iPad repairs for students (well, actually the parents!) that have accidents, and many of them don’t realize some of the caveats of their iPad agreements that come with the device. Most schools that disperse iPads to students include agreements and policies that bind you to some rules. It’s for a great reason; mainly to ensure that the school gets their device back each year…but again each school has different rules when it comes to damages and subsequently the repair that is needed.
When you find that your policy doesn’t cover breakages…give us a call at Mission Repair. We repair iPads for schools all across the country, but even more we repair iPads for parents that find themselves responsible for the repair. This can be for a cracked screen, broken charging port, liquid damage or other issue that happens in life.
I just got back from NBC’s studios in Kansas City from our LIVE spot on their Morning Show, KC LIVE! This was our second of a 7 part series. I have to admit it’s fun and a good time but I get REALLY NERVOUS as the crew behind the cameras start counting down “you’re live in 5…4…3…2…1…action!”.
Today I was interviewed by Michael on the couch which is a new spot for me. Last time I was able to stand which gave me a little “wiggle” room. Not today – it felt like the hot seat!
Don’t panic Ryan, it’s just LIVE TV!
Today’s topic was all about iPad repair and why Mission Repair is the prime spot for service. Of course, this is my area of expertise. . .so I made sure to boast as professionally as I could 😉
OK, the next airing will be in a couple of weeks and I’ll be talking a lot about Facebook and our iPod Giveaway that we are having on Facebook. Stay tuned!!
Take care, Ryan
P.S. It’s been a couple of hours since the broadcast and my adrenaline is almost back to normal.
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