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Archive for February, 2012
February 3rd, 2012
iMac and Macbook Logic Board Repair Price Drops
Today we are dropping our component level repair services for the Macbook,Macbook Pro, and iMac up to 25%. With our service, we’ll repair your defective iMac, Macbook, Macbook Pro logic board without the need for you to purchase a new one. The pricing for this service is substantially less than the cost of a new board. Below are some of the highlights of the program and pricing.
The link below will take you to the main service page and allow you to schedule your logic board repair:
Logic Board Repair Only
With this option, you send just your logic board in for repair, not your complete unit.
Complete Unit Repair
With this option, you send in your complete unit for logic board repair.
February 1st, 2012
Since the inception of our Gadget Sale program less than a year ago, we’ve purchased over $280,000 worth of old gadgets. The number one question we get from customers is how do I prep my device for sale. Following these simple tips will help protect your precious data and keep your personal information safe and secure.
First, you’ll need to back up all of your data and settings. Doing so will allow you to effortlessly transfer all of your apps, music, contacts, photos and more over to your new device. One of the quickest ways of accomplishing this is through the use of iCloud. If your device is running on iOS 5 go to: Settings > iCloud > Storage & Backup > Back Up Now. iCloud will back up all of your app data, Camera Roll, settings, iMessages and ringtones, as well as keep a record of all of your iTunes, App Store and iBooks purchases so you can restore them later. However, iCloud will not back up music or videos you’ve copied from disks.
If your device is running iOS 4 or later, you will have to back it up using iTunes. Simply plug your device into your computer and iTunes will automatically sync and back up your content.
After you’ve backed up your data, the next step is to securely remove all of your personal information. The simplest method of clearing out your device is by going to: Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings. This may take some time depending on how much data you have on your device, so make sure that the battery is fully charged, or plug it in before deleting. When the resetting process is complete you will see a prompt on the screen asking you to connect your device to iTunes. Do not connect your device to iTunes. All this prompt means is that your device has been successfully cleared out and restored to its factory settings.
With these steps complete, your device is now ready to be packaged up and sent away.
* Any prices mentioned in this blog are valid for the date of the blog post only and are subject to change.