Burglars Thwarted

Posted on July 24, 2017


A pair of burglars broke into our iHospital Buckhead location during the morning hours of Saturday, July 15, 2017. They shattered the front door and entered with an attempt to take two Apple Macintosh computers used for daily operations. The would-be-thieves didn’t get far due to the computers being locked and bolted down. Thanks to this security measure, we are happy to report nothing was…


MacBook Catches Fire; Faulty Battery to Blame

Posted on October 13, 2016


Purchasing aftermarket batteries or other parts is less expensive than high quality OEM (Original Equipment Manufacture) parts…and they work the same, right? False. There are dangers replacing electronic parts with cheaper alternatives. Installing these lesser quality parts can cause serious and sometimes irreversible damage. A man from Tampa, FL found this out the hard way. A faulty aftermarket battery caused his MacBook to literally go…


Faulty Battery Sets Fire to MacBook

Posted on September 15, 2016


It is true that purchasing aftermarket batteries or other replacement parts is less expensive than OEM (Original Equipment Manufacture) parts. The common misconception is that they work the same. Using knock-off replacement parts as a cheaper “solution” can cause serious and sometimes irreversible damage to the device. A Mac user from Tampa, FL found out the hard way that cheap replacement parts can end up costing you more in…


Examiner: iHospital serves needs of Atlanta’s Apple users

Posted on January 1, 2016


iHospital is fast becoming the top place to bring Apple products for a full diagnosis, evaluation and repairs. With the Atlanta location at 3655 NE Roswell Rd. in Atlanta, it’s a convenient location for most people. Once a free diagnosis is made, the scrub-clad D.i.D. Certified Technicians quickly begin their operating procedures. No appointment is necessary and most iPhone repairs and fixes are made while you wait, with…


Fans pack Apple Stores for iPhone 5

Posted on October 8, 2012


Well, Apple fans, the wait is over. The iPhone 5 was officially released today. And, check out the lines! People started lining up last night. But really, why? Here’s Fox 15’s Josh Cascio to take a look. Minute by minute, hour by hour, they waited – even in the rain. For these folks, few things were more important on Friday as getting their hands on…


iPhone users are dropping some serious cash for repairs

Posted on October 4, 2012


A study released last week by an electronics warranty service provider estimated that Americans have spent $5.9 billion on iPhone repairs since the first release in 2007. SquareTrade surveyed more than 2,000 iPhone users and then combined the cost of repairs, replacements and insurance deductibles for broken iPhones. Younger iPhone users are more likely to damage their phones, according to the study. Half of iPhone…


Tampa Bay Times: For Apple devices, Tampa’s iHospital is a place of healing

Posted on April 10, 2012


By Elizabeth Behrman, Times Staff Writer In Print: Sunday, April 8, 2012 TAMPA — Ed Davis paced the waiting room, ignoring the coffee and magazines. He was anxious for news about a patient he’d just brought in, one “he would be lost without.” His iPhone 4S. It was suffering from a cracked screen, and Davis had rushed it to iHospital. “I didn’t realize they’d have…


CT Watchdog: iHospital For Broken iPhones, iPads, Macs And All Apple Products

Posted on March 26, 2012


The following article was run on CTWatchdog.com By George Gombossy As a huge Apple fan and a stockholder, the major issue I have with Apple is that repairs to Apple products at its stores is expensive and the warranty on them sucks – that is a technical term. The warranties on new products is great, especially when you purchase extended care plans. Thankfully there is now a business that…


Huffington Post: Broken iPhone? Take It To An iHospital

Posted on March 26, 2012


It’s happened to the best of us. Your iPhone slips out of your pocket into a puddle. You drop your iPad and the glass screen shatters. Damaged Apple products is such a big problem it’s created a whole subindustry: iHospitals, where you can bring your sick devices for professional repair. The unique thing is, these facilities actually function like real hospitals. The staff wears scrubs, there’s…


WSJ: In This ER, Doctors Operate on Pocket-Size Patients

Posted on March 20, 2012


By IAN SHERR The patient might have been under water too long. Only a few months old, the victim wasn’t responding. A doctor, in green surgical scrubs, rushed to his sparkling clean operating room, hopeful the patient could be saved. The iHospital is a chain of stores that fixes broken Apple products but takes Apple-care to new levels, Ian Sherr reports on Lunch Break. Photo:…


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