Ever been in a position where you thought “only if I could fix this device on my own“. Well you can with the help of Luke and Kyle from iFixit .
The website provides you with a manual and a walk through of how you can fix your device be it the iPad, iPhone, laptop, camera, even AUTOMOBILES etc. They also provide parts, tools and upgrades and you can diagnose what’s wrong with your device or equipment.
We recommend this to those who don’t have the means (cash) to pay for those expensive training or time to register for a long term program.
What you need is just the guts and might to step up to the table and TEAR THAT GADGET/EQUIPMENT APART (at your own risk).
Why not give it a try today by clicking the above link.
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