Accidentally drop your new iPhone in Old Boston? Bring it to the iFixYouri conveniently located on Newbury St, featuring a full range of repairs for any electronic device, including iPhones, iPads, and computers. If you have an iPhone with a stuck power button, water damage, busted screen, or a bad battery, bring it to us. Our technicians use only top-quality parts and work with finesse to make any model of iPhone feel like it just came fresh from Apple. With three locations in the Boston area, you're never too far from the best smart-device repair facility in the city. Students at Berklee College of Music, Boston University, and any other college in the Boston area receive 10% off any smartphone repair!
Located in Back Bay at the intersection of Fairfield and Newbury, right around the corner from the Apple store, and open seven days a week. This store features an inventory of iPhone cases, screen protectors, accessories, and a rotating stock of refurbished devices (restored to factory condition by iFixYouri's experienced repair techs). Gift cards (good for any repair) are also available for purchase.
iPhone Glass repairs are backed by a 1-year guarantee. All other replacement parts are covered by a 90-day warranty. The warranties cover everything except accidental damage. If you notice flaws or defects in your parts or the workmanship, simply bring your device back to iFixYouri and we will take care of it.
iFixYouri began in 2010 when Christopher Johncke, a mechanical engineer and UCF grad, lost his job and then accidentally broke his phone. Unable to afford the high price tag of a replacement phone, he sourced the parts online, fixed the phone himself, and thus discovered a great business opportunity.
iFixYouri’s first location was in Lake Park, Florida and measured only 400 square feet. Doors opened in 2010. Today, iFixYouri has expanded to multiple walk-in locations in three metropolitan areas in two states, with more stores opening all the time. iFixYouri has appeared on Inc Magazine’s 5000 Fastest Growing Companies for three years straight.
Thousands of iPhones, iPads and computers later, Chris's business expanded rapidly and now has a dedicated repair facility serving customers worldwide.