Sarasota, Florida (PRWEB) October 14, 2013
iHeart Repair, one of the leading electronics repair companies in the United States, is pleased to announce that as of today, it will only charge one price for all full-size iPad screen repairs instead of separate pricing for each iPad model.
The company said that the fact that it specializes in repairing a small number of devices—namely iPad Repair, iPhone Repair, iPod Repair, and Samsung Phone Repair—has made the new lower price possible. For pricing information, see: http://www.iheartrepair.com/ipad-repair/.
The team at iHeart Repair spent the summer scaling up their efforts to increase quality, while at the same time lowering the prices of their most common repairs, the company said on its blog.
In addition to the lower price, the company is now offering a next day turnaround on iPad screen repairs as they recently added a new repair technician to the team.
On September 24, iHeart Repair launched Samsung Phone Repairs and announced that they would service the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4, offering their usual two year warranty on the repairs. However, the company said that it will focus its efforts on glass only repairs on Galaxy phones, due to high cost of Galaxy phone parts. See also: http://www.iheartrepair.com/samsung-phone-repair/.
iHeart Repair said that demand for iPad and iPhone repairs has been high in the last three years. In that time span, it has launched additional repairs for the iPod Nano and iPod Touch. The Galaxy phones from Samsung have been bestsellers every year since the Galaxy S was released in June of 2010.
To learn more about iHeart Repair and its latest repair promotions and offers, visit the iHeart Repair blog at: http://blog.iheartrepair.com.
iHeart Repair began in 2010 as an iPad repair company. It successfully repaired over 5,000 iPads for customers all over the world, shipping repaired iPads to customers in Singapore, Germany, and United States military bases in Europe. It has since gone on to provide high-quality, fast repairs for various smartphone and tablet devices.