iPhone 5 Repair
The iPhone 5 heralded some very significant upgrades over its predecessor. Now, it serves as a remembrance of the good old days. Days when phones actually fit in your hand, and you could text with just one thumb. Never fear — we’ll repair your iPhone 5 so that you can one-hand-text for years to come.
Bring your phone in on your lunch break (and then go get lunch). Give us less than an hour, and we’ll have your iPhone 5 screen repaired before your boss even knows you’re gone. This usually costs around $89.
Frankly, we don’t need to know how it happened. What matters is that we can repair it — typically we get them fixed in 24 hours or less. This usually costs around $90.
Your phone has a certain number of charge “cycles” before it’s ready to throw in the towel. We can upgrade your battery so that it’s as good as — or better than — new. This usually costs around $65.
Proudly Employing Only Macintosh Certified Technicians
These guys are more up front and honest than any repair business of any type, anywhere. If they know of a cheaper solution they will give it to you.
- Christian Davis
I was completely satisfied with the service. I had pretty much expected that the cost would make it not worth repairing, but they did a fine job of fixing my macbook for a very reasonable price and they offered a turnaround time of only two days. In fact, they actually billed me for less than the original estimate.
Sean and his team at the Denver location were SO helpful and informative, they were my choice and I am SO happy I chose them. First class customer service from dropping off to finishing the job FASTER than they initially predicted. Great place!!
- Don P.
Fantastic repair shop! I am former Mac repair technician and this is where I take my equipment. Caleb had super good customer service and kept me in the loop every step of the way. Unbeatable prices. Highly recommended.
- Bob N.
Fast, thorough, professional, and accurate with their estimates. It's nice when something goes ten times more smoothly than anticipated — and rare these days.
- Jan Rutherford