Month: August 2013

MacBook battery may need a fix

While a MacBook battery can start out very strong, it will very likely wear down over the years. GigaOM's Lauren Hockenson wrote on USA Today that her laptop started wearing down recently even as the laptop has stayed in good shape. Those who may notice their battery getting tired can send their device into iResQ to have…

Memory loss could be helped by iPod

People who have a family member suffering from memory loss may want to get iPod repair and hand their devices over, as Belmont Citizen-Herald said these devices can actually help the elderly afflicted with a loss of memory. Always Best Care Senior Services in Belmont is also accepting donations, which will be wiped clean and reloaded with…

Use iPhone apps to get active

Many times, people stop getting active once they start using new technology. With the iPhone, that doesn't have to be the case, as Boston.com highlighted some apps that will help keep users moving. Getting too active with the smartphone? Check out what iResQ has to offer in the way of iPhone repair, as our services will allow…

Patience is key when buying new iPhone

People who are looking to buy an iPhone may want to hold off for a bit, as Gizmodo said now is likely the worst time to buy a new Apple smartphone. The company will announce a new addition to the iPhone family come September, which will instantly make any currently "new" device worth far less money. For…

Coffee Lovers Magazine now on Apple devices: Beware of spills

Those who love coffee will want to sip on it and read about it in any format, so it's all the better when it comes to one of their favorite Apple devices, as is the case with Coffee Lovers Magazine. However, readers should be careful when sipping a hot cup of joe in too close proximity to their…

Apple may take old phones as a trade-in

Have an old, broken iPhone that doesn't work well any longer and looking to buy Apple's newest release? It may be time to get iPhone repair from iResQ, as multiple sources are reporting that the company may allow users to trade in old devices for credit toward purchasing a new one. MacRumors said several Apple store employees…

iBreak stories: Broken pins lead to sound trouble

A customer from Pennsylvania sent in his iPhone to iResQ when he noticed he couldn't completely turn the power off on the device. Instead of simply turning off, the device would shut down and instantly power back on, leaving the user confused about what was happening to the device. After noticing some bent pins in the dock connector and trying to fix the device…

iBreak stories: Tight jeans, cracked screens

Who would have thought a tight pair of jeans could ever lead to a need for iPhone repair? Unfortunately for one customer of iResQ, that is exactly what happened, and according to her, it wasn't the first time. The customer owned a black iPhone 4 and not just once, but on two separate occasions accidentally put it…

Orange County students adopting and using MacBooks

It was a big day in the Orange County School District this week, as nearly 2,500 students were issued new MacBooks, according to the Orlando Sentinel. Along with the laptops came some new cases, something that may help prevent these devices from having to be sent in for MacBook repair, as students aren't exactly known…

MacBooks: Americans love ’em

Those who have a MacBook know just how great it can be for improving efficiency and productivity, as well as fortifying playtime. Now it seems others want in on the fun as well, as a recent report from YouGov and BrandIndex found that 26 percent of U.S. consumers would look into the MacBook as their next…