In light of the impact of the Coronavirus worldwide, we wanted to confirm all our customers; we will continue to be open for business. We are practicing social distancing in our shops and keeping our customers as safe as possible. All phones are put through a germicidal uv machine upon intake and cleaned with clorox wipes before and after the repair. All other devices are also being sanitized before and after the repair. We strive to create the best environment for our customers and will continue to do everything we can to keep you all safe and still be able to service your electronics. We thank you for your continued support during these tough times.
-RockIT Repairs Management
We decided to see what would happen if we took an iPhone 5 battery from a working device and put it into a microwave for a minute or two. You always hear about batteries exploding or catching fire so we decided to take matters into our own hands and put the heat/battery myth to the test. What we saw was pretty awesome!
Check out our new iPhone Battery VS Samsung Microwave video on our YouTube channel below.
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Have you ever had an iphone 4 or iphone 4s lcd screen in your hand, it doesn’t fit your phone and you do NOT know which model iphone 4 or 4s it goes to? Well RockIT Repairs is here to help with a diagram that will show you exactly which lcd screen your have for your iphone 4 or 4S. Please see the images below to see the difference between an iphone 4 GSM, CDMA and 4S lcd screen back clips.
Ah, the iPhone. It has been one of the frontrunners of the smartphone revolution since the release of the original iPhone in June of 2007, and with the release of the iPhone 5 in September 2012, it continues to be one of the most sought-after cellphones around. No matter where you are, there is bound to be at least one person with their iPhone out, and you’ll probably hear the familiar chime of someone getting a message on one, coming from a pocket or purse in your vicinity.
The original iPhone set quite a few design precedents that are still visible in the current models, such as button placement, as well as what has been one of the iPhone’s biggest innovations, the touch-screen that its user interface is built around. It also introduced us to the virtual keyboard, and can be synced with iTunes to play music from your library, and it allowed one to easily access the internet for browsing, or to check e-mail and social networking sites.
Each iPhone is released with its own operating system, the original being version iPhone OS 1.0. The iPhone 3G introduced the ability to record videos, as well as take pictures, and 3G cellular network capabilities and its aGPS. The iPhone 4 brought us Siri, the “retina display”, and a front-facing camera. The sixth generation iPhone 5 offers 4G cellular network capabilities, the iPhone operating system iOS 6.0, and a 4-inch retina display, which is a good bit larger than the previous 3.5-inch screen the older models features. It’s also thinner, lighter, and offers faster processing than the previous iPhones.
It’s never too late to jump on the iPhone bandwagon, and with news already being leaked about the iPhone 5S, you probably won’t have to wait long to stand in line to become one of the first owners of the latest model.
So that’s it. You’ve decided to take the plunge headfirst into the iPhone’s welcoming smartphone waters
(incidentally, do NOT drop your new iPhone into any water), and you’re pretty sure that you can afford it. I mean, every other person you know seems to have one, and some of those people barely have enough cash to afford the proverbial pot to… well, you know. So how much could they possibly be? Well, that all depends, but they might be a little pricier than you’re expecting. Should you want to just buy the iPhone 5 outright and shop around for month-to-month plans, get ready to drop around $650 for the 16GB version, $750 for the 32GB one, and right about $850 for the 64GB model. Once you’ve dropped all that dough, you can probably find a plan that costs between $45 and $60 a month, for a low-end total of around $1,800 for two years, or the higher-end price of about $2300 for two years.
Should you decide to go with a two-year plan from a major carrier like AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint, you can probably get the iPhone 5 for either $199, $299, or $399 for the 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB models, respectively, with either a new two-year contract, or if you’re eligible for an upgrade. You can usually pay about $200 extra for the option to upgrade early, if you absolutely can’t wait. Most unlimited data packages run between $60 and $100 every month, and some don’t actually include texting or voice calls, so after factoring all of that in, on the low end, you can get the iPhone 5 with a two-year contract and pay around $2000 over the two years, and on the high end, you can get your new iPhone 5 and two-year contract and pay right about $3800 over the next two years.
These folks are quick to repair, nice to talk with, responsibly priced and honest. I overpaid during a repair and they stopped me from leaving the store and refunded me the overpayment. If you don’t try them then shame on you
Tommy PittmanHTC One X Repair
Thank you for such great service, replaced screen on my iphone4 for much less then the deductible on my Verizon insurance .
Bobby AbleiPhone 4 Repair
Rockit Repairs Rocks!! fast ,friendly service & Super prices, Thanks again guys for fixing my sons ipod …
Samantha CochraniPod Repair
Guys, thank you for the quick repair of my Galaxy S-3. Much appreciated!
Rob NargiSamsung Galaxy S3 Repair
Thank you! I’m so glad to have my phone back. I’m off to get a protector case now so hopefully I won’t need to bring it in again. But I’ll call you if I do:)
Kadie KingiPhone Repair
Just had you guys repair my Apple MacBook Pro and couldn’t be happier! Outstanding customer service and fantastic pricing! Thank you again and I will continue to refer my customers to you 🙂