Today’s live stream is all about those “gray” areas that we run into from time to time.
Will a phone priced at over $1,000 go over as Apple hopes that it will? There is a point when the majority of consumers decide that a price is too high. We may soon find out if breaking the three digit price point will be going too far.
Using a cell phone can cause damage to your neck, back, arms and more. GTool has a new screen refurbishing machine available for a mere $7,000 and pay per use? How much money can Apple make with MFi certification? A lot.
Is your phone spying on you after you get it repaired? Rumors say that the Galaxy S9 will have a bigger battery thanks to increased miniaturization of PCB connections. Just in time for batteries that may end up needing a whole lot less space thanks to Zinc-Air technological advances. Did your camera survive the eclipse?
This is the audio from a YouTube Livestream. Topics include the cost of offering a discount, no fix no fee policies, adding microsoldering services and more.
How to know if your iPhone battery needs to be replaced. What you should know about CTIA before spending any money with them. Distracted drivers and more…
This week in wireless I talk about a cell phone that does not need a battery, whether or not phones cause brain tumors, the KFC commemorative Huawei smartphone, and Verizon’s “Test” for throttling Netflix and YouTube. Last but not least next week we go live! 2pm PST Monday July 31st will be the first GoCellPhoneRepair live stream on YouTube. To join the chat come by YouTube.com.GoCellPhoneRepair.
Water resistant does not mean waterproof. Despite the way it was advertised your phone was not designed to go swimming. The more water resistant manufacturers make their products the more people think that they are impervious to moisture of any sort under any conditions. We know first hand from our side of the counter that this is not the case. Also Facebook is using their messaging app to spy on you through your phone… allegedly. But you already knew that right?
Today I briefly discuss repair warranties and net neutrality. Also, a few answers to some questions from YouTube viewers.
Today I spoke with Thomas from Repairtraders.com It’s a website that facilitates the buying and selling of used phones, parts, computers, and more. Best of all there are no fees for using their service. Thomas also shares some of his insights regarding the wholesale part of the business.