Category Archives: iPad

Pre-Owned Phone Certification

Every phone sold from BestMobileCanada an extensive 30-point inspection to classify the mobile device as being “certified pre-owned”.   The devices are then backed by our 30 days warranty (with the option to extend it for 1 year) to insure that the devices will continue to function as is. In addition to the 28-point test, […]

Do You Need A NEW Phone? Or A Newer Phone?

Consider purchasing a certified pre-owned phone from a reputable sales dealership – do the green thing.   1.5 billion phones are sold each year, and the total number of phones that have been produced since they were introduced by Motorola and Nokia in the early 90’s is estimated to be over 18 billion (or 2.5 phones for every […]

Potential Risk of Cosmetic Damage During Some Repairs

Potential Risk of Cosmetic Damage During Some Repairs

Recently phone manufactures have started to make devices less and less repairable, in hopes that the end user will “buy a new one” if they break it. To do so, they have added many hurdles when doing a repair, such a LCD displays bonded to glass and paint that chips away when opening a device. […]

iPhone Screen Repair No Longer Voids Apple Warranty?!

iPhone Screen Repair No Longer Voids Apple Warranty

In an internal memo recently distributed to employees, Apple looks to have changed their stance on third party screen repairs, according to MacRumors.com. Previously, Apple has had a firm stance on this subject, stating that any third party screen repairs to the iPhone would void the 1 year warranty on the device.  Now sources have confirmed […]

Common Misconceptions of The Phone Repair Industry

Common Misconceptions of The Phone Repair Industry

People are often hesitant to repair their phones for various reasons. In this blog we hope to address some of the common issues that people worry about. Without further preamble, the top 5 misconceptions about cell phone repair:   1) “You have to be certified to fix a phone” The truth is third party repair shops don’t […]

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