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AG iRepair Announces Complimentary Shipping Service on All Apple and Chromebook Device Repairs




AG iRepair today announced the offering of free inbound and outbound ground shipping on all device repairs, in their continued effort to deliver value-added services to their customers.

“We greatly appreciate our customers and are always looking for new ways to offer exceptional savings and convenience at the same time,” said John Yetsconish, Executive Director at AG iRepair. “Shipping labels will be generated upon checkout for each new repair order submitted, simplifying the process, and eliminating shipping cost for our customers.”

AG iRepair is uniquely suited to handle high-volume repairs with an 84,000 square foot state-of-the-art repair facility and a highly skilled staff of over 50 technicians. Their clientele ranges from some of the largest corporations, retailers, warranty centers, and

insurance companies throughout the United States. Now, with the ever-growing demand for device repairs in the K-12 education market, AG iRepair has expanded its business model over the past few years to help support K-12 school districts implementing 1:1 initiatives.

AG iRepair is proudly partnered with over 800 of the most innovative school districts supporting their iPad, MacBook, and Chromebook repair needs. While school districts are dedicating a tremendous amount of time, effort, and funds into deploying 1:1 initiatives, it is necessary to find a repair partner who will conveniently maintain their fleet of devices, while also helping to preserve their technology budget.

The company is well-known for offering unparalleled quality, service, and affordability on mobile device repairs. With the addition of free inbound and outbound shipping, accompanied by automatically generated shipping labels, AG iRepair is an all-encompassing resource for school districts looking for a quality partner to help manage their device repairs.

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About AG iRepair

AG iRepair is the industry leader of high-level Apple device repair and replacement parts for educational

institutions, corporations, retailers, warranty centers, and insurance companies throughout the United States.

With over 15 years of experience in the LCD repair industry, AG iRepair has the technical knowledge,

innovative testing and repair equipment, as well as the resources to perform highly specialized repair services

successfully. AG iRepair performs tens of thousands of repairs per month, and maintains an inventory of over

100,000 replacement parts for iPad, iPhone, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Chromebooks.

AG iRepair is a division of Asset Genie Incorporated; headquartered in Greensburg, Pennsylvania with

additional locations in Hudson, Wisconsin and Shanghai, China.

More information about AG iRepair is available at http://www.agirepair.com or be calling 888-325-5713.








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    The Latest in Smartphone Technology

    The smartphone field moves at a lightning pace, and keeping up isn’t always easy. Technology that was eye-popping a year ago, such as WVGA screens and eight-megapixel cameras, becomes outdated quickly. Here we will take a look at what the latest technology trends have been for smartphones in terms of both hardware and software.

    Processors and screens have easily been the most rapidly advancing aspects of smartphone technology. Dual-core processors began to get included in devices at the beginning of 2011, and they are now standard in any top-tier smartphone. What’s even more interesting is that quad-core processors are here, and are being included in the new Transformer Prime tablet. While the Prime is a tablet, it’s only a matter of time before smartphones begin shipping with these quad-core chips. Meanwhile, in the screen department, HD screens have started to hit the latest premiere smartphones. the HTC Rezound is one such device that makes use of an HD screen to make using the device an absolute pleasure.

    Another aspect of smartphone technology is literally just days old, and that’s the latest version of Android. Nicknamed Ice Cream Sandwich, Android 4.0 was just released with the Galaxy Nexus smartphone on Verizon. the operating system brings several new features to advance the smartphone industry. One feature in particular is the incorporation of software buttons into the interface. While current Android smartphones include physical or touch-sensitive buttons to navigate through the interface, Ice Cream Sandwich does away with this. Expect smartphones in the next few months to be released that feature no buttons outside of the power button and volume rocker.

    One final noteworthy advancement in smartphone technology in the last few months is speech recognition technology. With the launch of the iPhone 4S, Apple introduced the world to Siri. While Google already had incorporated its own voice command software into Android phones for over a year and a half, Apple made the idea mainstream and revolutionary. now, Google is rumored to be working on a competitor to Siri that will also allow the user to interact with the phone through natural speech. Speech recognition definitely seems to be the next big thing in smartphone technology.

    Between all of these recent leaps in smartphone technology, 2012 is already shaping up to be a very fascinating year. With such strong sales in the industry, manufacturers are all striving to gain and maintain market share. this is leading to some incredible devices and loads of innovations. Thanks to this perfect storm of competitive forces, consumers are benefiting greatly from what seems to be a limitless number of incredible devices.

    The Latest in Smartphone Technology


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