iPod Touch 2nd & 3rd Gen Repair in Phoenix

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iPod Touch 2nd & 3rd Gen Repair

The iPod Touch was a groundbreaking masterpiece of electronics as Apple showed the way forward in the MP3 player market. It allowed consumers to have a handheld device that could be used like a laptop or desktop computer in terms of downloading music. Previous iPods did not have this level of functionality, and an iPod was the ultimate in small media devices until smartphones consumed the market. However, your fun will be spoiled if your iPod Touch is causing you problems and you are unable to watch movies, listen to music, or read books. If you’re no longer getting the best out of your iPod Touch, contact us at (480) 744-5494 to book an appointment or simply drop our Phoenix store during normal business hours.

In our experience, the most common ipod 3 repair are cracked glass that include broken screens and LCD displays. As functional as the iPod Touch 3rd Generation is, simply dropping it on the floor is enough to cause serious damage to the screen.  This is also true of the iPod 2nd generation. If you are unable to come to our store, we recommend utilizing our Ship-to-Repair program. Just send us your iPod Touch, allow us to analyze the problem, and some time to repair it and we will send it straight back to you.

List of iPod Touch 2nd & 3rd Generation Repairs Offered

Diagnostics
DIAGNOSTICS – FREE

Allow our qualified technicians to take a look at your iPod Touch to discover the problem before recommending a course of action. It only takes a few minutes and won’t cost you a red cent!

Diagnostics
SCREEN REPLACEMENT – $40

There really is no need to panic if you crack, scratch, or break your screen, because our skilled experts can repair the glass quickly, often while you wait.

Diagnostics
LCD REPLACEMENT – $40

Don’t give up on your iPod if it the LCD display is broken, bring it to us and we’ll replace it, making it look like new and saving you a great deal of money over buying a brand new device.