Month: June 2013

Global shipments of new iPhones will likely be down during the rest of this year, and this news may drive up demand for iPhone repair services.
Some people will do whatever it takes to get the latest and greatest device that's out there, even if its purported benefits are actually quite miniscule. Still, it's hard for someone to get their hands on the next-generation option if it's not available. It's a classic example of the law of supply and demand, but…

Dogs and cats may be wonderful, but they're also smartphone killers.
Teachers never buy the classic "my dog ate my homework" excuse, but they should if students use an iPad or iPhone to complete coursework. Dogs and cats may be wonderful, but they're also smartphone killers. According to a recent report from extended warranty provider SquareTrade, common house pets have destroyed 8 million smart devices in…

As rumors circle about future transparent MacBook models, keep iResQ in mind to fix any problems that may crop up with new or older MacBooks.
There have been numerous recent developments with Apple surrounding its MacBook model. One major development is the release of a new patent document which potentially indicates that future MacBooks may include a "dual-sided trackpad" that  would take the place of the traditional mousepad, according to Digital Trends. "According to the patent document, the dual-sided panel…

Sources inside Apple supposedly indicate that people using the latest MacBook Air have had trouble getting online via Wi-Fi.
The newest versions of the ultra-sleek MacBook Air come loaded with all sorts of great features, including a card equipped to let Apple fanboys and fangirls use 802.11ac, the very latest Wi-Fi connectivity standard. However, MacBook Air users may get more than they bargained for if they try to go online via a hotspot. Although…

If this looks familiar, its time to pump up the level of your parent controls.
Kids today have sophisticated, expensive gadgets like the iPhone, iPod and iPad, but that doesn't mean they always know what to do with these devices. Sometimes, just throwing these electronics at the kiddies and saying "Have at it, little one!" is not the best strategy. Children often need their wiser parent figures to make rules and…

When using your iPhone, try to avoid hunching over or taking on a zombie-like appearance.
Most people have seen Apple's latest round of commercials, in which the company showcases average people and their everyday use of Apple gadgets in an effort to highlight how integral their electronics have become. While these commercials have been received favorably for the most part, Nokia recently released a commercial portraying iPhone users in a…

If you're someone who understands the value of a classic, turn to iResQ's iPod repair services to keep your classic models functioning in top working order.
With all the new devices and models hitting the market at a faster rate than ever before, it can be easy to fall in with the masses urging you to sell your old models and upgrade to the latest gadgets. In a recent Woodlands Online article, contributor Morgan Kinney reviewed some of Apple's most popular…

An original Apple 1 is set to soon be sold by the auction house Christie's. Will someone one day want to spend big bucks on your MacBook?
For those of us that are old enough to remember, the release of the first Apple personal computer was a seminal moment. Never before could any of us imagine having instant access to so much computing power in the comforts of our own homes. This notion may seem a little bit antiquated now in the…

If you come back from your trip abroad with your iPhone looking like this, remember that iResQ's iPhone repair services can get your devices back to top working order again in no time.
Due to the ever-increasing popularity and functionality of smart devices like Apple's iPhone, it is no longer practical to leave these gadgets at home while traveling. However, while these devices are relied on more for a wide range of purposes, it is important to understand how to avoid accumulating massive data roaming charges when abroad.…

Using your iPad effectively and keeping it in good condition has never been easier with iResQ's helpful tips and extensive repair services.
Microsoft recently announced the release of a Microsoft Office app for iOS, making the application available for Apple's iPhone – but not for the iPad or Android operating systems. While reviews have been mixed so far, it is worth noting how the release has spawned a flurry of commentaries regarding the iPhone's role in the office.…