Cell Phone

Come Up with Cell Phone Repair Service Opportunity in 2018

he mobile industry is booming. It is only after 2012 that 2/3 of all smartphone repair shops have come into existence. In the year 2014, in the USA alone, $23.5 billion was spent on repair and replacement of broken smartphones.

Above are serious facts which put forward that starting a phone repair parts job is a promising source of income. Because Mobile phone replacement parts are common requirements nowadays. As we know, mobile-like devices are super portable tools with multiple components attached to them, such as

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iPhone

Top 4 tips for buying iPhone parts

Until date, on or before 1st January, 2018, 1.2 billion iPhones are sold. Total 13 different models of iPhone are released until 2018

An important aspect of protecting your iPhone investment is to save device from injuries. We ought to take best preventive steps that result in good health of iPhone. Yet, care alone does not satisfy needs for most of we people.

From time-to-time, we look forward to

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HTC

The Best Place to Source of All HTC Mobile Repair Parts

Are you searching for a good HTC mobile replacement parts online? Want fair prices and guaranteed HTC mobile phone parts? Then CellPhoneSpares is the best choice to purchase in bulk HTC mobile repair parts online.

 

HTC Repair Replacement Parts Online

 

In past few years, buyers of HTC mobiles have increased by many folds, as it offers best of features and facility at affordable rates. Unlike other mobiles, at any given point of time, HTC users need to repair or replace certain parts, and most of the people prefer to purchase online as searching and going to a store is tiresome and cumbersome.

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Samsung

Trustworthy and Genuine Source for Samsung Galaxy Spare Parts

The brand Samsung has emerged as the new market leader for mobile phones and tablets. They have almost doubled their sales all over the world in past few years. Thanks to the features and technology they are offering to the end users. Also Samsung mobiles especially the galaxy series have much higher resale value in the market. Right from mobile shops to ecommerce websites, you can find Samsung mobiles everywhere. As there are many sales, issues relating to wear and tear of spare parts also arises. The best part is, most of the Samsung Galaxy spare parts are readily available in market and online.

 

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iPhone

Quick Fix for the iPhone Repair and Replacement Spare Parts

We all know the cost of iPhone and not all can afford it. If any issue arises with iPhone spare parts, instead of investing in a new iPhone customers prefer to get it repaired or replace the parts to avoid spending of money and time. It has been seen that iPhone users are people who like and need to use technology in their everyday lives. Hence for such people spending even 24 hours without their phone is difficult.

 

iphone repair and replacement spare parts

 

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Cell Phone

Best Place to Buy Cell Phone Parts Wholesale

 

Mobile phones have become an inevitable and important part of our lives. Nearly 95% of the entire population owns a mobile or smartphone of different brands. No matter which cell phone brand you use, over the time cell phone repair & replacement parts become necessary. Whether small or big, people turn up to mobile shops that offer these products and services. These replacement service centres and shops wish to have a reliable source from where they can purchase cell phone parts at wholesale prices without of all major brands.

 

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Cell Phone

iPhone lcd price (Early December) - ShenChao Glass

Dear Customers:

Below is updated iphone lcd price ,

SC Glass:

iPhone 5/5S/5C ---10.9 USD
iPhone 6 ---13.3 USD
iPhone 6P ---15.2 USD
iPhone 6S ---17.2 USD
iPhone 6SP ---19.8 USD
iPhone 7 ---18.5 USD
iPhone 7P ---20.7 USD
iPhone 8P ---22.9 USD

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Cell Phone

Samsung to continue to use heat pipes for its flagships in 2018 despite the high price

As smartphone companies continue to pack their products with more powerful components, there's a need for cooling solutions that would keep the handsets from overheating. In the last couple of years, many handset makers adopted cooling solutions, but only for their top-of-the-line products due to the high costs.Read More

Cell Phone

Samsung patents in-display finger scanner, but may save it for the Note 9

The "will they, won't they" saga with the notorious case of the disappearing in-display fingerprint reader seems poised to continue, as Samsung has recently been granted a patent for such a contraption, building on the notch-y scanner patent we saw not long ago. Not that we will see the under-glass thingy in time for the Galaxy S9, as Samsung's marketing manager is on record tweeting that the "tech probably won't be ready for retail by then."Read More
iPhone

Some carriers offer free AirPods with iPhone X pre-orders

In just a few days, carriers and retailers will open iPhone X pre-orders. As many of you probably know by now, iPhone X price starts at $1,000, which is why some carriers plan to sweeten their deals with some freebies or discounts.

US carriers Sprint and T-Mobile have already announced their promotional offers on the iPhone X, but there are many others that would like to woo new customers into buying Apple's new flagship.
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Samsung

You can log with two Facebook, WhatsApp, and Viber accounts on the Galaxy Note 8, here's how

Being a productive powerhouse, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is packed to the brim with useful features, many of which remain neatly hidden until you really delve into the phone's deep settings menu. One of these allows you to log in with two separate messaging accounts on the device, giving you the means the keep your work and private stuff separate from one another. Nifty, right?Read More
Apple

Apple Watch Series 3 receives watchOS 4.0.1 update to fix connectivity issue

Apple device owners should be happy with the speed in which the tech titan is fixing some issues with its products. When Apple iPhone 8 and Apple iPhone 8 Plus users heard static coming out of the earpiece during phone calls, Apple quickly pushed out iOS 11.0.2 to make calls sound great again. Besides the static problem with the latest released iPhone models, Apple also had some recent problems with the Apple Watch Series 3.
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Apple

Apple: Face ID is secure as data is encrypted and never leaves the phone

Apple CEO Tim Cook recently got the fifth degree from comic turned Senator Al Franken (D-Minn). Franken asked Cook in a letter to explain some of the tests that Apple made during the feature's creation. To cut off skepticism, Apple dispatched executive Craig Federighi to spread the word that Face ID is just as reliable and secure as the Touch ID fingerprint scanner. The star of least week's Face ID gaffe (?) during the unveiling of the Apple iPhone X, Federighi is responding to concerns about privacy and the reliability of the new system. Once again, Apple's senior vice president of Software Engineering passed along the company line. He stated during a published interview that the data derived by Face ID stays on the phone itself, and nothing is sent to the cloud. Even those adjustments made by Face ID to compensate for changes made to the user's facial appearance (by adding a beard or glasses) are kept exclusively on the iPhone X.Read More
Apple

Apple rumored to unofficially repair or replace Hurricane damaged iPhone and iPad units

So let's say that thanks to Hurricane Harvey your Apple iPhone or Apple iPad sustained serious water damage that basically destroyed one or both devices. Despite the IP67 certification rating on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, Apple has made it clear that water damage is not covered by its warranty. So under normal circumstances, the flooding in Texas would normally lead to water logged iPhone units that would not be replaced by Apple, even if they are supposed to withstand a submersion to 3.3-feet for as long as 30-minutes.

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Samsung

Samsung Galaxy J7+ live pictures leaked ahead of official reveal

One of the two Samsung smartphones that pack a dual-rear camera, the Galaxy J7+ hasn't been made official yet. However, we have trustworthy information that suggests the device will be launched in Asia very soon. A couple of press pictures confirmed some of the phone's specs such as the dual-camera setup, as well as the dedicated Bixby button. Now we have several live images that prove the Galaxy J7+ is real and ready for prime time.Read More
Motorola

Motorola decides to roll out Android Wear 2.0 for Moto 360 Sport

Motorola has just announced that one of its smartwatches, the Moto 360 Sport will finally receive the long-awaited Android Wear 2.0 update. After updating the second-generation Moto 360 back in May, Motorola backtrack on its plans to leave the Moto 360 Sport without the update.
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LG

If the LG V30 doesn't have a secondary ticker screen, will you miss it?

Alright, folks, we are gearing up for another exciting period of the year — the August-September phone announcement bonanza, with IFA in Berlin, and Apple's iPhonekeynote. Among the major players we are about to see, there is LG's upcoming super-powered phablet — the LG V30.

Now, if you've been following for a while, you probably know that the LG V10 and LG V20both had this weird secondary “ticker” screen, which housed notifications, app shortcuts, media controls, an always-on clock, and some utility toggles. However, it seems it will be gone for the latest iteration of the phone series.

Leaks insist that LG is done with the ticker for now. Instead, the V30 will have an extra-tall 18:9 display and its software will feature a floating bar-type of a menu, which would simulate the ticker's features.

Last time we asked about the secondary display was just after HTC launched the U Ultra with its own ticker on top. Back then, nearly 65% of people said they believe it to be a useful feature and not a gimmick. Well, now that it seems to be going away from the V30, will you miss it?

Samsung

The 2-year-old Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 might be updated to Android Nougat soon

Can you believe the Samsung is going to provide a major Android OS update for a device that's been launched on the market more than two years ago? That might be the case with the Galaxy Tab A 9.7, which has just been spotted running Android 7.0 Nougat. The slate was officially unveiled back in March 2015 and made it to market two months later. Samsung even released an Android 6.0 Marshmallow for the Galaxy Tab A 9.7, which we thought it would be the last the tablet will get before EOL (end of life) status.Read More
Samsung

A regular Galaxy S8 in Rose Pink may actually exist

Around the end of June, we got word that Sammy is preparing a Galaxy S8+ in a bright and sparkly pink color. The bad news was that it was a limited run for the Taiwanese market only and that only the large S8+ would have the paint job. Well, we suppose it did OK, because a new rumor claims that another run of pink Sammy flagships is about to launch — this time, we are expecting a Galaxy S8 in Rose Pink hitting Eastern Europe.Read More
LG

LG V30 could be awesome for low-light photography

Smartphone cameras may have come a long way, but one of their greatest shortcomings is yet to be adequately addressed – their poor low-light performance.

Since smartphone cameras are powered by tiny sensors (at least compared to dedicated cameras), they can get nowhere near the low-light performance and dynamic range of a mirrorless, DSLR—be it crop or full frame—or а film camera. And since manufacturers are not going to start cramming bigger sensors in smartphone cameras anytime soon, for obvious reasons, one way to partially alleviate this issue is to implement wider apertures.
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