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Your Guide to iPhone Repair in Nashville

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iPhone Repair in Nashville

Are you in desperate need of a reputable iPhone repair shop in Nashville? You’ve landed in the right place! iHospital Nashville is your one stop shop for all your iPhone repair needs.  We know that damaging your iPhone is extremely stressful.  In this day and age, we rely on our iPhones for everything: banking, planning our schedule and keeping in touch with our friends.  We know how important it is to get your iPhone back in working condition as soon as possible.  Our D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices created this handy guide on how to get your iPhone repair done as quickly as possible in Nashville.

iPhone Repair in Nashville

1) Gather up all the parts of your damaged iPhone and put them into a safe place.  If there are broken pieces, wrap them separately as you don’t want to get them scratched or damaged any further.  If for some reason, a damaged piece can’t be used again, don’t worry too much as iHospital carries everything you need to rebuild a damaged iPhone. We only use the highest quality OEM parts as well.

2) Head down to iHospital Nashville conveniently located at 2414 Elliston Place, Nashville TN, 37203.  Don’t forget, no appointment is needed. Just drop in and one of our expert D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices will give you a time and cost estimate within five minutes of walking in the door.  If for some reason you’d like to give us a call, our phone number is 615-815-0803 and our email address is nashville@theiHospital.com.  We’re open Monday through Friday from 10 AM – 7 PM, Saturday from 11 AM – 5 PM, and we’re closed on Sundays. Our D.i.D Doctor of iDevices need their rest! 

Upgrade to OS X Mountain Lion in 3 Simple Steps

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3 simple steps to upgrade to Mountain Lion OS XAre you wondering how to upgrade your Mac to Apple’s latest and greatest, OS X Mountain Lion?  Well you’ve come to the right place.  Our D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices wrote this blog post on how to upgrade to Mountain Lion in 3 simple steps.  As always, if you have any issues at all while upgrading, you can tweet us at @iHospital, drop into one of our locations, or contact us using our website contact form.  It’s important to remember that you can upgrade to Mountain Lion OS X from home.  It costs $20 and you can purchase it directly from the Mac App Store.  This is welcome news as its predecessor, Lion, set us back $50!

[Related: 5 Ways to Prepare for the Mountain Lion OS X Upgrade!]

Here’s How to Upgrade to OS X Mountain Lion in 3 Simple Steps

1.)  You must have one of the following Macs to be able to upgrade to OS X Mountain Lion:

  • iMac (Mid 2007 or newer)
  • MacBook (Late 2008 Aluminum, or Early 2009 or newer)
  • MacBook Pro (Mid/Late 2007 or newer)
  • MacBook Air (Late 2008 or newer)
  • Mac mini (Early 2009 or newer)
  • Mac Pro (Early 2008 or newer)
  • Xserve (Early 2009)
If you’re Mac isn’t listed above, head directly to your favorite Apple retailer and start looking for a new computer!

5 Ways To Prepare for The Mountain Lion OS X Upgrade!

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mountain lion OS X updateThe Internet is buzzing about the latest news that Apple has released to developers the golden master of Mountain Lion (OS X 10.8).  This is the final non-public version.

According to Apple, the brand new OS X Mountain Lion update will be going on sale at the end of this month and it will cost $20.

[Related: How to Update Your Mac’s OS X Software]

Here are some tips on what you need to make sure you can upgrade to the latest version of Mountain Lion as soon as it becomes available.

iPhone Repair in Atlanta

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iPhone repair in Atlanta

We repair iPhones in Atlanta.

There are many options for iPhone repair in Atlanta.  Instead of searching through Google, or looking up iPhone repair shops in the yellow pages, we’re taking the guesswork out of the equation.

The D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices at iHospital Atlanta, conveniently located at 3655 NE Roswell Rd., Suite 202, Atlanta GA 30342,  fix all makes and models of iPhones including:

  • iPhone 1st Gen
  • iPhone 3G
  • iPhone 3Gs
  • iPhone 4
  • iPhone 4s
  • iPhone 5

We’re confident iHospital Atlanta is your number one choice when it comes to iPhone repair in Atlanta.

Your Guide to iPhone Repair in Nashville

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Nashville iphone repairIs your beloved iPhone in need of repair and do you reside in the Nashville, Tennessee area? We’re here to help! Our D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices are ready and waiting at iHospital Nashville, for all of your iPhone repair needs. We have a huge catalog of iPhone repairs including (but not limited to): broken screens, water damage, damaged headphone jacks and broken home buttons.   Follow the below steps should you be in need of iPhone repair in the Nashville, Tennessee area:

1. The first step is simple.  Print out these instructions and close out of your Internet browser.  Get ride of your dusty yellow pages – who needs them anymore anyways! No matter how bad the damage is to your iPhone, Nashville iHospital can do it all.

2. Depending on what type of damage you’ve done to your iPhone, please gather up all the broken pieces and put them in a bag.  Don’t worry if you’ve lost some pieces, iHospital has everything you need.

3. Hop on a bus or get in your car and head down to iHospital Nashville. Don’t forget, you don’t have to call ahead and make an appointment, we’re ready and waiting for you. We are conveniently located on 2414 Elliston Place. Bring a friend with you and enjoy some delicious frozen yogurt at Tasti D-Lite nearby or take a stroll to the down to the local Starbucks three blocks away while we repair you iPhone. 

Retina Display on Next MacBook Air?

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The next MacBook Air Update will include a Retina display according to MacRumors.  They also mentioned that the iMac is supposedly being upgraded with the new Retina display as well.  Apple fans all over the world are sitting on the edges of their seats wondering just when this will happen.  Our D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices believe it will be happening very soon.

[Related: 13 Beautiful Apps For Your New iPad Retina Display]

Apple’s stunning Retina display is one of their proudest achievements.  Engineers developed pixels that are a mere 78 micrometers wide, and they were also able to pack together four times the number of pixels into the 3.5 inch screen found on the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4.   This results in an image based on 326 pixels per inch. Even the human eye can’t distinguish pixels on the screen.

2 Ways Apple’s iCloud Upgrade Will Affect You

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According to The Wall Street Journal, the folks at Apple are working hard on launching an upgraded iCloud service during the Apple World-Wide Developer Conference on June 11th, 2012.

Interestingly, iCloud was first launched during the same conference just under a year ago on June 6th, 2011.  Apple was proud to announce a service that allowed users to music, contacts, calendars, and email on remote servers for download on multiple devices such as iOS-based mobile devices, and personal Mac computers.  This service is being used by over 125 million users.

We’re excited to share 2 ways Apple’s Upgrade to iCloud will affect you: 

1.) New photo-sharing features.  Are you obsessed with Instagram? Do you love sharing your Facebook photo albums? Well get ready for one more neat way to share.  Apple’s new iCloud upgrade will encourage users to share photo albums with their other iCloud friends.  Like Instagram, you can look forward to witty little comments on all your uploaded albums.  

Adobe’s Security Chief Gives Apple the Thumbs Up

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The Security Chief of Adobe, Brad Arkin, highly praised Apple for blocking outdated versions of Flash Player. “We welcome today’s iniative by Apple to encourage Mac users to stay up-to-date,” he said in a post on the Adobe secure engineering blog.  “A thank you to the security team at Apple for working with us to help protect our mutual customers,” Arkin added.

This was in direct relation to Apple’s recent update of Safari, which brought it up to Safari 5.1.7, which runs on OS X Snow Lepoard and Lion, Windows XP and Windows 7.  Accordingly, it destroys any copy of Flash older than 10.1.102.64, which was shipped way back in November, 2010.

Apple and Adobe haven’t always met eye to eye. Back in 2010, Steve Jobs spoke poorly of Flash, and said it was unsuitable for mobile devices because it killed batteries, ran slow and posed security risks.  Later on, Apple stopped bundling Flash Player with OS X which required users to download and install the plug-in on their own. Many of these issues motivated Adobe to work hard to keep Flash up-to-date, and to protect Adobe users. Arkin added that Flash Player 11.2 on Windows updates automatically. Mac can look forward to the same functionality, now in beta, with a final version coming between now and June 30, 2012.

6 Things You Need to Know about Apple’s iOS 5.1.1 Update

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When you woke up this morning, did you reach for you iPhone or iPad and happily notice the latest iOS 5.1.1 Upgrade?  The only downside is not being able to use your device while Apple updates the software via firmware over the air (FOTA). Remember when you needed a USB connection to synchronize data? Now it only takes a couple moments!  The latest update focused on bug fixes, security updates and other improvements for the latest versions of the iPod Touch, iPad and iPhone.

Here are 6 things you need to know about Apple’s iOS 5.1.1 Update

1.) Upgrades the reliability when you use the HDR option for taking photos using the Lock Screen shortcut.

2.) Alleviates the pesky problem that caused the new iPad from switching between the 2G and 3G networks.

3.) Airplay video playback playback issues have been rectified.

4.) Improved dependability when you sync your Safari bookmarks and reading list.

Want to Pay $25 for $50 worth of Apple Repair and Upgrades at iHospital Nashville? Here’s How!

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Guess what Apple fans? The Nashville iHospital is practically giving away iPad, iPod, iPhone and/or Mac repairs and upgrades on Groupon today.  You pay $25 for $50 worth of Apple product repairs or accessories at iHospital Nashville.

Here’s how you get the deal:

  1. Click this link and select the “Buy!” button.
  2. Enter the quantity you’d like to purchase. Don’t forget, these make great gifts too!
  3. Sign in or create an account. It’s free and simple. You can also log in with your Facebook information.
  4. Confirm your payment information and your done!
  5. Present your groupon voucher at the Nashville iHospital for $50 worth of iPhone, iPad, iPod and/or Mac repair and upgrades.

Our D.i.D. Doctor of iDevices are ready and waiting to diagnose, repair and upgrade all makes and models of Apple devices.  We’ve seen and fixed it all. From cracked screens to broken headphone jacks, we are here to solve your Apple device woes.  Some of our prices include:

Need a speedy repair or upgrade? Send us an email or dial 1 (888) 407-5767

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