Month: July 2012

Don’t let your iPhone slip away in a theft

If you have a broken phone, you can save a lot of cash by obtaining iPhone repair through iResQ. Easy. Now, while the technicians at iResQ have years of experience, they're not magicians. If you lose your device or it gets stolen, saying abracadabra isn't going to make it reappear. With this in mind, you're…

Business and learning, the iPad’s biggest friends

If it seems like schools and businesses are taking to the iPad faster than anyone else, that's because it's pretty much true. According to what Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer said during an earnings call earlier this month, enterprises and schools have been a big reason why the iPad brought in $9.2 billion last quarter, eWeek…

Power through the Olympics with new apps

You've worked hard for this. There have been months of training and learning about each sport and event, and now the 2012 London Olympics are finally here. In order to make the most of biggest event of the summer, you're going to need the best Olympics apps for the iPad. If you've got a broken…

Is it raining? Best weather apps for the iPad

No one can accurately predict the weather every time, but there are quite a few quality weather apps available to help people get an idea of what to expect. But these helpful apps are lost on people who have broken tablets. Rather than flip a coin to determine whether it'll rain, individuals with a malfunctioning…

Expect the unexpected: New MacBook may be coming very soon

While most expected the new 13-inch MacBook with Retina display to be out much later this year, one analyst believes it could be in the hands of Apple lovers everywhere as soon as September or October, MacRumors reports. Those who have their own MacBook that may be a bit out of order can skip the…

Football teams using iPads; need to remember to charge batteries!

While iPad repair can help a tablet owner whose device can no longer hold a charge, only self-accountability will help those with fully functioning iPads. Just ask the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who began using iPads last year in place of paper-based playbooks. Yahoo Sports reports that players are not charging and updating their tablet…

New Apple iPad app gives 3-D photo wall

For those eagerly anticipating the release of a great 3-D app for their iPad, TechCrunch says the wait is over. Cooliris has a new app for the Apple tablet, which the website said "really works." People with a broken device that have been waiting for something like this should take a look at iPad repair…

Apple security shows off how the devices keep you safe

Apple devices are thought of as being some of the safest on the market. There's not as many viruses or pieces of malware designed for iOS as there are for Android-based products, so people can keep their broken devices around longer with iPad repair and still have peace of mind that their mobile data isn't…

Celebrity tosses iPhone; sees real-life repercussions

Russell Brand is a supposed British funnyman, but let's be realistic, folks, there's nothing funny about breaking a perfectly good iPhone. Reuters reports that the actor and comedian was ordered to do 20 hours of community service and pay $500 after throwing a photographer's iPhone through a window, something that would most certainly warrant some…

Don’t fret; Apple will make big gains by the holidays

For investors and those with vested interests in Apple as a company, the news this week wasn't very good. Apple fell short of market expectations for the third quarter, but the company has huge expectations for the 2012 holiday shopping season. The reported sales for this third quarter were 26 million iPhones, 17 million iPads…