Catching Apple fever and expressing Apple love

Catching Apple fever and expressing Apple love
If you've come down with Apple fever and are experiencing strong feelings of Apple love, turn to iResQ for repairs so you can extend your relationship with you favorite device.

Most people stress how much they adore their iPhones and iPads. Apple is certainly aware of its profound influence, which is evident by looking at the company website and how it presents its products.

"There's iPhone. And then there's everything else," Apple states on its website. "What makes an iPhone unlike anything else? Maybe it's that it lets you do so many things. Or that it lets you do so many things so easily. Those are two reasons iPhone owners say they love their iPhone. But there are many others as well."

Apple's website goes on to detail that the iPhone has received nine J.D. Power and Associates awards for customer satisfaction – that's nine straight in a row. It then breaks down the iPhones specs, stressing its top value points, including its detailed design, stunning Retina display, efficient battery, its speedy and powerful A6 chip, ultrafast LTE network and, of course, "the world's most popular camera." And the list goes on! Apple also highlighted its impressive AppStore, advanced iOS 6 mobile operating system, one-of-a-kind intelligent assistant Siri and the remarkable syncing iCloud.

Apple love permeates the U.S. government
On paper and in person – anyway you sling it, the iPhone is an incredible device. The Wall Street Journal reported that a U.S. Senate panel met on May 21 to speak with Apple CEO Tim Cook. Although the politicians had a number of important queries for Cook, the group could not resist the urge to let him know how much they love Apple products.

At one point in the hearing, Senator Carl Levin waved his iPhone in the air, saying, "I've got one right here. It's a terrific instrument." Senator John McCain also took the opportunity to gain some valuable tips from the CEO on Monday, The Journal reported. During the hearing, he decided to close his questioning in a somewhat odd manner.

"What I really wanted to ask you is why the hell I have to keep updating apps on my iPhone," McCain exclaimed. "Why don't you fix that?"

To which Cook replied, "Sir, we try to make them better all the time."

Apple's iPhone is a truly impressive device, and Cook's recent Senate hearing shows how people love their gadgets. IResQ is happy to play its part in fostering Apple love by providing iPod, iPhone and iPhone repair services that can extend your relationship with your favorite devices.

Marcelina Hardy

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