Massive Black Friday iDevice Repair Sale !
iPad 2 / 3/ 4 Glass Screen Replacement : $99
iPhone 5 Screen Replacement : $119
iPhone 4/4S Screen Replacement : $79
Samsung Galaxy S3 Full Screen Replacement : $159
This is our biggest sale of the year, and it’s this Friday only! Unlike many big box black Friday sales, we have plenty of inventory on all sale repair items!
Black Friday Pre-Loved Apple Deals
MacBook Pro 13 (Current Model – Late 2012) : $669
MacBook Air 13 (Late 2011) : $519
iPad Mini Wifi / Sprint 4G LTE : $289
We only have a couple of these, so come in early to take advantage of these great prices. Sale starts at 10am sharp Friday.
Any of the items would look great under the tree this year! The MacBook Pro 13 and iPad Mini even include the original retail boxes.
We have a pricing update on the newest iDevice repairs !
iPad Air Glass Screen Repair : $169.00
iPad Mini Retina Glass Screen Repair : $129.00
iPhone 5S Screen Replacement : $279.00
iPhone 5C Screen Replacement : $269.00
All repairs use GENUINE parts and are backed by our 60 day warranty. We know the prices for the 5S and 5C seem high, but we are currently have the lowest price on these repairs in the entire area.
The iPad Air is officially out, and in true techie style, we have already taken one apart! The good news is it looks like Apple learned their lesson, and built the new Air more like an iPad 4 then an iPad Mini.
We are now offering iPad Air glass screen replacement (digitizer) for $199. The iPad 2 / 3 / 4 remain at over everyday low price of $119.
More repairs should be available soon, as more parts become available.
iPhone 5 Screen Replacement $139 (was $149)
iPhone 4 / 4S Screen Replacement $89 (was $99)
iPad 2 / 3 / 4 Glass Screen Replacement $119 (was $129)
iPod Touch Screen Replacement $69 (was $79)
Remember, all repairs are backed by our 60 day warranty, and most repairs can be completed in an hour or less!
Attention Mac Users : As many of you may have already noticed, Apple is offering OS X Mavericks as a free upgrade via the App Store.
We highly recommend waiting a few weeks before upgrading. This will give Apple time to work out any bugs, and give other companies (HP, Epson, Adobe etc) time to catch up and release updates for OS X Mavericks.
By popular demand, iRepair Savannah will now be open 7 days a week for all your iDevice, Samsung and Laptop repair needs!.
Our Sunday hours will be from 12pm – 5pm. Our other hours will remain unchanged (10a – 7p Monday – Friday and 10:30a – 6:00p Saturday).
Do you have a Galaxy S2, Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 1 or Galaxy Note 2 with a cracked glass screen? Do you want to change the color of your Samsung phone? You need to check out our Samsung glass replacement options!
We can replace the glass on almost any Samsung phone. Our new and improved process produces factory like results in just a few short hours.
Prices start at just $99 and as long as you have your phone in by 2pm we can have the glass replaced same day in most cases. This service saves you 50% or more compared to the cost of replacing the entire screen, plus its better for the environment !
Our process is patent pending and uses proprietary equipment to ensure a “factory finish” and make your phone look new again. iRepair Savannah uses the same adhesives as Samsung, and we only use genuine glass.
As the only shop in Savannah offering this service, we strive to provide leading edge repair services at affordable prices.
iRepair Savannah is very excited to announce that we are sponsoring the 2013 High Heel Hike.This is a fun and humorous event to raise money for breast cancer research. The hike is being held at Oglethorpe Mall in Savannah on October 5th.
Proceeds benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure of Coastal Georgia.
For more information, or to pre-register for the hike, visit
We will have a booth sent up at Macy’s Square in the mall. Be sure to stop by and see us. We will have free giveaways, and you may even one of our male techs in heels!
Let’s start with the 5S — I have been using the device for a few hours now, and all and all I have to say it is a solid device. I did not expect the finger print scanner to work as well as it does. It’s a quick phone, but since I am not big into mobile gaming (We will like Michael review that portion), I do not notice a difference vs the iPhone 5.
While the rear camera is still 8MP (low compared to the Galaxy S4), it preforms much better in low light then the iPhone 5 or the Galaxy S4 (f 2.2 for you camera buffs, nearly on par with my Nikon DSLR 35mm lens). The Facetime camera did get a bit of an upgrade from the original 5, however I could not see a major difference. I will be testing this in better lighting tomorrow.
The remaining items on the 5S are pretty much the same as the iPhone 5. Same screen size, resolution etc. Looking at a 5 and a 5S next to each other face up, you would have a hard time telling them apart. The body size is precisely the same. The only difference is the lack of the white square on the 5S home button.
As to the 5C, I have not tested this phone as much as the 5S. That being said, in trying it out and reading the tech specs, it is an iPhone 5 in a plastic shell. The 5C lacks the fingerprint scanner and the improved camera of the 5S.
I’m sure some people will disagree, but to me the plastic and the colors were a poor choice on Apple’s part.
The model we purchased for the shop is the blue model, and it honestly looks like it was made by Fisher Price and not Apple (at least to me).
If you do go with a 5C — Get a case right away. The plastic back is very slippery, and almost begs you to drop it.
The 5S starts at $199 with a new two year contract ($649 if your not getting a new line or are not eligible for an upgrade)
The 5C starts at $99 with a new two year contract ($549 if your not getting a new line or are not eligible for an upgrade)
Both are available as of yesterday — However the 5S is sold out completely online and in most retail stores as well.
I will post a more extensive review tomorrow evening, once I have had more time to test both of the devices. Since I also use a Galaxy S4, I will be posting the pros and cons of each device.
My first impression on both the iPhone 5S and the 5C is to wait until the iPhone 6 comes out next year.
The 5C is really a downgrade from the 5, and the 5S is not worth the money to upgrade.
iOS 7 comes out tomorrow — Expect Apple’s servers to be slammed if you try to update as soon as it is released. Please be patient, as millions of people will be trying to download the update.
— Please be sure to backup your iDevice with iTunes or iCloud before you update! —
With a brand new release their is a small chance something could go wrong during the software upgrade. If this happens, you could lose your data if you didn’t backup first.
Plus backing up on a regular basis is a good idea anyway!