iPhone and Android Repair Stores Offer a Great, Possibly Less Expensive Option to Buying a New Phone
If you own a smart phone, you’ve probably wondered at some point how you ever got by without one. But let’s face it, smart phones can be both a blessing and a curse. A blessing, because you have so many different capabilities at your fingertips. A curse, because most of us (myself included) grow to be very reliant on our smart phones. So, it should come as no surprise that when I damaged my iPhone recently, I had a feeling of helplessness similar to being bedridden with the flu.
I was trying to text a coworker while doing the dishes recently and, well, you can probably guess what happened next. I drowned my iPhone in dishwater. My heart sank as quickly as my favorite piece of technology did to the bottom of soapy water. I quickly tried to rescue it from certain drowning, but the damage had been done.
After several hours of panic, waiting for my iPhone to dry out and see if it would work, I realized it was a lost cause. There was nothing I could do to rescue this wonderful gadget that has been no more than an arms length from me since the moment I bought it. It was time for one last resort, before breaking down and spending hundreds of dollars on a new phone. I began the process of calling around to the iPhone repair stores in Abilene.
Although I’ve had an iPhone for around 3 years, I’ve never damaged one like this. So calling a local iPhone repair store was a new experience for me.There are choices in Abilene, including iPhone Medix on Barrow St., Jon’s iPhone Repair on Southwest Drive, and Abilene iPhone Repair, located on Buffalo Gap Road near S. Danville.
I called them all, and wound up going to Abilene iPhone Repair. They told me I could bring my phone to them right away, and based on what I told them, they said it would take only a couple hours to repair, and my beloved smart phone would be back to normal. The cost? About 50 bucks. Not bad.
If you’re looking for smart phone accessories, they also has some for sale. So, If you’ve ever baptized your smart phone in dishwater, know that you have options. The experience I had dealing with a local repair store was low stress, professional, and saved me some cash. My phone is back to normal, and so is my multitasking life. Abilene iPhone Repair and other local stores might not be able to repair every broken phone, but it’s worth making a call and trying to rescue the one you have if you can, before spending the cash to replace it altogether.