Waterproof iPhone!

Hello friends-

Can it be true? A waterproof iPhone? How many times have you heard about a phone being “liquid damaged” and then fails to work? This would be an amazing piece of electronics!

Well, the fact remains that there is no waterproof version of the iPhone – and iOS 7 won’t save your device from water dunks either, despite the ads you may have seen. Those were a hoax.

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The bottom line is that you should not take your iPhone swimming with you, even if you have the greatest ever “Backstroke Workout” playlist. These devices do not play well with H2O. I know most users that end up with liquid damaged phones don’t intentionally dive into the deep end with their devices…rather most liquid damages occur by accident. We have even heard of customers that don’t have any idea how their phones got wet which makes the liquid damage a total mystery! Trust me though, water will quickly corrode and kill a device.

Does that mean you should go buy a new phone? Remember that “out of contract” phones are ridiculously expensive!

Well, now that you’ve found Mission Repair, we can solve these issues in our service lab. We have state of the art equipment that allows us to perform several stages of logic board repair – starting with “Stage 1 – Liquid Damage Repair“. The best part about our service is that we do it in house with our certified technicians, we complete the repair within 48 hours and we DON’T charge you for any repairs if we cannot repair it. Of course, this can happen from time to time and we wouldn’t be able to sleep at night charging you for service that didn’t fix the issue.

So when in need, Mission Repair is there for you. Want more info? Give us a call at 866-638-8402 for help!

Take care, Ryan

One thought on “Waterproof iPhone!

  1. Haha, well spotted Ryan! Great title;)!

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