"I needed a quick MacBook repair, and I was delighted with the way the iTechnician team did the job. Highly recommended."
Founded in 2011 and headquartered in Manchester, iTechnician is the UK’s first and largest on-demand repair and buyback network for Apple devices. iTechnician has built an amazing network of hundreds of local in store and mobile Apple device technicians (known as “iTechnicians”) around the UK who can be despatched on the same day to repair and buyback Apple devices.
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At iTechnician, we’ve got plenty to shout about! From media interviews to celebrations of our member successes, why not check out our latest news below? If you’d like any further information about any of the stories featured below, please get in touch on the details above.
Matt Bingham, technology writer for The Sunday Times reviews the iTechnician service having put it to the test.
Ali Lijee, founder of iTechnician talks about “How to make your company a financial success by focusing on service, not profit”
iTechnician featured in GQ Magazines top 10 coolest things in the world to do this week alongside super yachts and super bikes.
Adam Smith left the military after being discharged with PTSD. He has since found his passion in technology repairs and with the help of iTechnician, he has been able to expand his business.
Ali Lijee, founder of iTechnician has created his top 10 tips for fixing common iPhone problems- check it out!
Charlotte Rodgers was interviewed on BBC Radio Nottingham as part of their International Women’s Day programme. She revealed how being a member of iTechnician has helped to grow her customer base.
Ipswich-based smartphone repair store ArmaFone becomes the 300th member to join the iTechnician team. ArmaFone is part of the TMAC Wireless Solutions LTD and specialises in smartphone protection and repair service based in Suffolk. With a fifteen year history of providing businesses with mobile airtime, customer service and technical support it was a natural progression to add repairs, fault diagnosis and data services to the portfolio.
Following three tours of duty, Adam was discharged from the Army with PTSD. It was this life-changing event which allowed him to return to his early passion of technology repairs.
Following his discharge, Adam decided to start up his own business A4Service. He achieved this with the help of the Royal British Legion’s ‘Be the Boss’ scheme. He was able to secure the business loan by turning his business idea into an in-depth business plan and forecast, which he then presented in front of a panel for funding, similar to the ‘Dragons Den’. A4Service’s business really took off when he signed up to National Apple repairs service iTechnician.
iTechnician has commissioned an infographic for media use, which details mobile phone use in the UK. This has uncovered some interesting statistics relating to how we use our mobile phones and mobile phone recycling and repairs. The infographic is available to download here.
Many sites may offer to buy your broken iPhone at what seems like a reasonable price, but nationwide iPhone repair service iTechnician has revealed you could be losing out on valuable money by not repairing and reselling it instead.
With the help of iTechnician, you can turn your broken or discarded iPhone into cash. Whilst it costs £206.44 for Apple to fix an out of warranty iPhone 5 model, iTechnician services cost £49.99, it really doesn’t take a genius to see the financial benefits of fixing your device using iTechnician and selling it on. For an even simpler solution, you can sell your repaired iPhone straight back to iTechnician depending on its condition.