This week we had the pleasure of hosting Selcuk, an exceptional customer from Metz, France, at our office in Valencia. Selcuk, the owner of Repar and Go Metz, embarked on a visit to our beautiful city with his wife. During their stay, he took the time to visit our offices and share his valuable insights on the repair industry. Here are the key topics we discussed:
Our 4Phones team had the opportunity to visit one of the largest iPhone display factories in China. In the era of mobile technology, the demand for high quality and durable components is higher than ever. In this video, we will show you how we have responded to this demand, by sourcing Chinese partners who advocate for the implementation of advanced manufacturing techniques and rigorous control processes.
Good news for all the Right-to-Repair movement supporters. For us repair specialists, a lot is probably going to change, in a positive way. The European Commission adopted a proposal for uniform rules to promote the repair of goods. The motivation of the EU to do this is that it will not only benefit consumers but also contribute significantly to reducing e-waste.
With the increasing number of devices we use in our daily lives, we often come across different cables with varying specifications. 100W and 60W cables are the most common. Base the cable choice on your charging needs. In this blog, we explore the difference.
The first 100 customers that send their broken screens through the 4Phones Buyback Program get a 100€ bonus, if they send -at least- 30 ‘good tested’ screens in the same shipment. The bonus is calculated outside of the regular payment for each screen. This means that you are getting paid for the screens and receive the extra bonus.