Month: September 2013

Next generation MacBook should have fancy new features

Although the latest MacBook Pros have yet to be released – the expected release date is sometime in October – there is still plenty of excitement over the new features that are likely to be on them. Even though some features haven't officially been announced yet, International Business Times believed the newest version of the MacBook Air should provide…

Observers wonder whether the iPod Classic’s days are numbered

Rumors that Apple may discontinue the iPod Classic  may have some users contemplating their future iPod repair needs, as some observers expect that Apple will soon make such an announcement. This could lead to an increase in iPod touch battery replacement among devices owned by iPod Classic fans who are unwilling to make the leap to the iPod Touch. "The…

iBreak stories: iPod gets hard drive replacement

After dropping his iPod Classic on the tile floor, a Colorado customer sought out iResQ's iPod repair to bring his device back to life. The user dropped his iPod on the tile floor, causing the device to freeze. Upon attempting to restart the device, a notification window appeared, prompting him to get his iPod restored. However,…

Protection options available for avoiding kid-related iPad repair

Small children can provide multiple hazards to tablets, often inflicting damage that requires iPad repair services to get the mobile devices running again.  Some companies are beginning to cater to parents who don't want to pay for iPad replacement glass or commit to other repairs every time their devices come into contact with the kids. These firms offer items…

New device enables mobile 3D scanning

No longer will artists and designers need to fuss with expensive desktop scanning technologies to capture a 3D image of a real-life object. French startup company Occipital recently released the Structure Sensor, a mobile 3D scanner that mounts onto a user's iPad. Mashable stated this technology can be utilized for a wide variety of applications,  from simple object…

Darker screens cut the risk of needing iPhone repair

A brightly lit screen in the middle of a darkened movie theater can be a distraction that invites the wrath of other audience members, and in extreme cases, it could lead to incidents resulting in iPhone repair. There is a function on the iPhone that lets users send text messages in the dark without requiring iPhone screen…

Farmers turning to iPads to increase production

The growth in the number of farmers who use mobile devices while doing their chores may be stymied when faced with a needed iPad repair out in the field. Farmers are using iPads to maximize production as app developers offer software that assists them in keeping track of their crops, monitoring livestock, adjusting their irrigation schedules…

New iPad accessory gives artists another medium

Artists who use their mobile devices to create images can worry less about needing iPad repair services thanks to a recently developed tablet cover that lets them digitally track their work as it is being produced. The new iSketchnote smart cover lets users draw with a pen onto a sheet of paper while sensors located in the…

Educators utilizing iPads to help autistic children

Learning certain behaviors can sometimes be difficult for children with autism. According to Medical Xpress, 40 percent of autistic children are nonverbal, making it hard for them to communicate or ask for the things they want and need. However, new tablet technology aims to assist children and educators with teaching and learning. News network KCTV…

Updated iPhones will still need screen repair services

Apple's announcement of two new iPhone models has opened discussions on the durability of the devices at a time when users may be considering iPhone glass repair for their older devices rather than paying for a new model that some reviewers have found may need repairs early on. The iPhone 5C and 5S have very…