MacBook Repair

  1. Unplug Those Unused Charging Cables

    Unplug Those Unused Charging Cables
    As Todd Brewer was closing for the night at his Upstate New York phone repair shop, he thought he smelled something burning. After checking around the shop to make sure all his equipment was turned off, Todd returned to his work station to grab a charger for his phone. It was here he discovered the source of the smell, and an alarming sight. Continue reading →
  2. eTech Parts Field Guide for iPhone and iPad Repair

    eTech Parts Field Guide for iPhone and iPad Repair
    Introducing the eTech Parts Field Guide for iPhone and iPad Repair! If you joined us during the Wireless Repair Expo at CTIA Super Mobility Week 2014, you may have already gotten a sneak peek at our brand new Field Guide for iPhone and iPad Repair. Packed full of useful content for wireless repair technicians, our new catalog includes parts, tools, and more technical help and information than we've ever put out before. Click the link below to check it out! Continue reading →
  3. 7 Common Misconceptions about Cell Phone Repair

    7 Common Misconceptions about Cell Phone Repair
    Here at eTech Parts we hear a lot about the cell phone repair industry from the media and the Repair Community -- including how the general public perceives the repair industry. While we do everything we can to educate the Repair Community and advocate for high industry standards, there are still several misconceptions that consumers have about repairing iPhones, Samsung...
  4. Best iPhone Repair Tools

    Best iPhone Repair Tools
    We get the question all the time: “What’s the best tool for fixing an iPhone?” At eTech Parts we know there are a number of great tools for fixing iPhones and each of them serves a separate but equally important purpose. The iSesamo is a crowd favorite for prying the screen off certain iPhone models. The gTool iCorner has recently...
  5. New! MacBook Air LCD Screens

    New! MacBook Air LCD Screens
    MacBook Air LCD replacement can be a very lucrative repair for those in the repair industry. Though replacing the LCD on a MacBook Air is an extremely difficult repair that should only be attempted by highly trained and qualified technicians, we know some of you out there are capable of learning this repair. MacBook Air LCDs are reasonably priced and...
  6. California Repair Shops : Are You Certified?

    California Repair Shops : Are You Certified?
    If you own a cell phone repair shop in California and don't have an official state-issued license hanging on your wall, we have some bad news for you.. This week CBS-Sacramento reported on an unlicensed cell phone repair shop in Sacramento, CA losing a customer's phone and refusing to provide a replacement solution. This sort of shady business practice is...
  7. Water Damage: Advising Your Customers

    Water Damage: Advising Your Customers
    Water damage is a hot topic among members of the Repair Community, simply for the fact that everyone handles water damage a little bit differently. From what they charge their customers for water damage repair to how they perform the repair, each repair shop is different. You've probably heard about the popular "rice method," which states if you put your...
  8. Water Damage: Diagnostic Fee or No Fix - No Fee?

    Water Damage: Diagnostic Fee or No Fix - No Fee?
    Recently we asked members of the Repair Community how much they generally charge to repair water-damaged iPhones and we received a variety of answers. We learned that there’s also a wide variation of how repair technician and shop owners handle charging for water damage repair. The post quickly turned into a hot topic debate with many differing views and opinions...
  9. Wiha Precision Pentalobe Screwdrivers

    Wiha Precision Pentalobe Screwdrivers
    Wiha Pentalobe screwdrivers have finally arrived at eTech Parts! The iPhone repair industry has been waiting years for this tool to be created and released, and now we’re thrilled to announce its long-awaited arrival. The Wiha Pentalobe screwdriver is already a hot item at eTech Parts, as customers have been requesting and asking for them for as long as we...
  10. The Spudger : A Tool of Mystery

    According to various sources on the Internet, the word “spudger” originates from the late Middle English word “spuddle,” or short knife. This vague definition is questionable, as the word spuddle dates all the way back to 1425 and seems to have remained unchanged for 500 years until this handy tool was created. But who invented the spudger, and why did...

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