Aware Bear Informs an Ipad2 Repair Price Drops to $175 in Rochester New York
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Aware Bear Informs an Ipad2 Repair Price Drops to $175 in Rochester New York

Athens : Greece | Oct 24, 2012 at 8:06 PM PDT
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Aware Bear, Pittsford NY largest computer repair facility Aware Bear has decided to drop their prices of iPad repairs to a low $175. October 24, 2012

Aware Bear, Pittsford NY largest computer repair facility Aware Bear has decided to drop their prices of iPad repairs to a low $175. The company that is well known around the area for computer repair services, iPhone repair, business solutions, home theater installations, and much is one of the few computer store locations that will fix the iPad2 and the new iPad as well.

The new iPad however is a bit more; the price for repair on that unit is currently $185. The reason for the $20 increase in price is a direct correlation between the $20 increases in the price of the part.

"The two parts are very similar, however they are different. Since one is newer, the manufacture will ask for more money for it, even though it probably costs the factory the same amount of money to produce them." mentions Andre Alves of Aware Bear Computer Repair service center.

The iPad has revolutionized the computer industry by offering its users a very friendly platform to be able to perform everyday tasks without the bulkiness of a notebook laptop. The iPad is being used in many industries; one can notice for example the people of CNN using iPads to cover the 2012 presidential election, whereas in the last elections laptops were being used.

At Aware Bear, computer technicians use iPads in order to keep track of job orders, to order parts, to check on part status, to take photos of the work and email content to clients, as well as using for many other functions such as manuals and even credit card processing. Like many industries, Aware Bear is aware that these very special tablets are important and they know how to fix them.

The hardest part of the job for the Aware Bear computer technician dealing with iPad glass replacement is the broken glass itself. The broken glass can be shattered into many small particles that may be dangerous. "When opening iPads, technicians have to wear rubber gloves to protect their hands from cutting and also safety goggles to protect their eyes in the event that a piece of glass may fly into their eye.

The iPad 2 and the new iPad digitizer or "glass" is actually glued down to the casing. Under the glue casing, there are ribbons and antennas and it is an extremely delicate job to get that old glass removed without breaking the other components on the iPad. Technicians from Aware Bear had to learn how to provide this job by learning to build iPads from scratch.

Every technician that works on these iPads must know everything about them, and can build one from scratch without a manual. The toughest part about building the iPad is getting the circuitry just right that is located right under the glass. So knowing how difficult this job is makes every technician is extremely careful not to snap those cables, or they will be spending a great deal of time fixing it.

The Aware Bear Computer store is located on 5 Monroe Avenue in the Village of Pittsford, NY 14535. Their highly qualified computer technicians are all local from Rochester, NY and they have been serving the greater Monroe County region since 2007.

Aware Bear Computers welcomes clients from all areas of Rochester including Brighton, Brockport, Pittsford, Penfield, Webster, Fairport, Perinton, Henrietta, City of Rochester, Rush, Gates, Chili, Greece, Spencerport, Canandaigua, Victor, and much more.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prwebaware-bear-pittsford-ny/apple-ipad2-repair-servic/prweb10055430.htm

 
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