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ABC7Tim Fleischer and ABC 7 stopped by the newest Dr Brendan shop in Park Slope to ask Brendan a few questions and catch up with us.
A growing tide of Apple gadgets with dead buttons, cracked screens and lost data is migrating away from repair desks at the tech giant’s slick retail stores -- and toward upstart shops like Dr. Brendan’s Mac Repair which offer lower-cost repairs. Read more: New York Post
Using a quick succession of tools — suction cup, razor blade and screwdriver — Mr. McElroy sets to work replacing a broken screen, deftly prying it off the iPhone. Fifteen minutes later, he slips the back cover on and hands the phone to an eager client.
A swarm of Apple gadgets with cracked screens, dead buttons, and lost data is leaving repair desks at the tech giant's slick retail stores-- and moving toward upstart shops like "Dr. Brendan's Mac Repair" which offer lower-cost repairs in New York City, the New York Post reports. Read more: Fox News
The CNN story was rebroadcast throughout Latin America, reaching over 4 million households.
NYU TV did a piece in our new store front location.
From a guy who learned to fix iPhones after finding he couldn't afford to have Apple help him out. Read more
Brendan is a charming young guy, who kinda fell into this and is now making a living off fixing iPhones. My phone looks like new, works like a charm and it cost me a mere $70.
The Spanish language newspaper did a nice write up about
Dr. Brendan Mac Repair.
Teresa stopped by the "shop" (apartment) while in town to interview at google and was nice enough to write a nice little blurb on her Tumblog.
We were nice enough to wish her luck in the interview - We think it was
the tipping point that got her the job.
Watching Dr. Brendan in action was a mere 15 minute process. A middle-aged man arrived at the apartment, broken iPhone in hand. He had accidentally shattered the glass during a rambunctious night out.
Christina Lara & Emily See-Winderpress@drbrendan.com