This is exciting -- but the reality is that this is just a stepping-stone in our five-year plan to completely revolutionize the phone repair industry.
Wichita, KS (PRWEB) June 14, 2013
RepairLabs, an online express-ship electronics repair device center, has designed a revolutionary new process dubbed "Ecto-Dynamic System" which allows them to fix the iPhone 5 glass for a fraction of the cost that other repair services charge.
Several of the most popular tech news websites on the Internet today recently posted about how the cost to fix the iPhone 5 screens wasn't worth it, and that the reasoning behind this is the cost of the actual part itself. This drove RepairLabs Research and Development Department to find a solution to a problem plaguing thousands of iPhone 5 owners.
"We are redefining the standards, and pushing the limits to make repairing your iPhone 5 as cheap as possible for the consumer, while not sacrificing quality," was what Jason Draper, I.T. Manager proudly stated when questioned about the new Ecto-Dynamic System.
Though RepairLabs is keeping quiet on what exactly their Ecto-Dynamic System involves, the results from repairs that have been done have been breathtaking, with the difference in screen quality between the repaired phone and a brand-new iPhone 5 being indistinguishable.
When asked about his excitement regarding their new Ecto-Dynamic System, Taylor Huddleston, Head of the Research and Development Department at RepairLabs responded with, "sure, this is exciting -- but the reality is that this is just a stepping-stone in our five-year plan to completely revolutionize the phone repair industry."
With iPhone 5 glass repairs only costing the consumer $139 thanks to RepairLabs news Ecto-Dynamic System, there is no doubt that the industry has shifted greatly since the initial launch of the iPhone 5, which had cost as much as $350 for this exact type of repair as little as two weeks ago from some major repair shops.
RepairLabs was founded in 2009 to provide consumers with an excellent and affordable repair shop for Apple devices, and has continually expanded until now, where they cover almost all major mobile electronic devices. Nationally recognized as a leading source in repair knowledge, the RepairLabs blog has consistently delivered cutting-edge analysis and reports and has been cited on countless authority news hubs, such as; TechMeme.com, Forbes.com, and theVerge.com. Learn more at http://www.repairlabs.com or call 1-888-755-1115.