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XpressFix Sponsors Non-profit GLBTQ Event at UCF

Posted by Xpress on October 28, 2010
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When looking for causes to donate our time or money to, our goal is to find an organization that may not get the attention it deserves, despite the worthiness of the cause.  We discovered an excellent example this year of such a cause.  So, XpressFix.com is proud to announce its sponsorship of the 14th annual non-profit Diva Invasion event, hosted by the Equal organization at the University of Central Florida! Known previously on campus asRead More

How to downgrade your iPhone 3G from iOS 4.x to 3.1.3

Posted by Xpress on October 24, 2010
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If you’re an iPhone 3G owner that has recently upgraded to the new iOS 4, and have realized that your device now functions extremely slow, even too slow for the new features to be worth having, then this tutorial on how to downgrade back to iOS 3.1.3 is for you. The first thing you will need is the iOS 3.1.3 firmware, which you can find here (this will ONLY work for the iPhone 3G). TheRead More

iPhone 4 Glass Back – DIY Repair What to Watch out For

Posted by Xpress on October 9, 2010
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When repairing the cracked or damaged glass back to an iPhone 4, buying the correct part is the most confusing step of the process.  The actual repair, once the correct part is purchased, is not as difficult as other iPhone 4 repairs. With an iPhone 4, a person runs a very high chance of buying a useless replacement glass battery cover unless they happen to read this article. Unlike with iPhone 3G and 3GS owners,Read More

Brandon Green puts a Face on XpressFix

Posted by Xpress on September 21, 2010
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Having learned from the successes of traditional American start-ups, we at XpressFix have decided to put a face on our company.   I mean, folks are sending us devices that are worth several hundred dollars, and internet companies are notoriously faceless. The least we can do is show our customers who we are and how unfortunate-looking we are.  But photos are so boring.   So, we sought the help of the best illustrator we could imagine. FromRead More

Verizon and T-Mobile Soon to Offer iPhone?

Posted by Xpress on September 1, 2010
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Since the iPhone’s introduction, AT&T has guarded jealously its exclusive right to market this electronic miracle. However, one may observe from AT&T’s recent behavior that they, too, believe other wireless competitors may soon be able to offer the once-exclusive device. For one, AT&T is offering insurance for the iPhone.  Although we wrote a blog recently about how iPhone insurance is not a good deal for most people, it is a sign that AT&T is tryingRead More

Top 5 Tips to Extend your iPod’s Battery Life

Posted by Xpress on August 29, 2010
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When I was paying for my iPod, I asked the person at the Apple Store how long the battery typically lasts.  While I already knew the answer, I wanted to see if he would give me the official “up to 12 hours” answer, or if he would throw in what any iPod owner already knows.  That is, we all know iPods often lose battery power in half that time.  Most people get around 6 toRead More

New Functionality on iPhone Thanks to Jailbreak Ruling

Posted by Xpress on August 9, 2010
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Adobe Flash has been pushed out of the iPhone world long enough.  With the new ruling by the U.S. Copyright Office allowing users to jailbreak their iPhone, there has been talk of some new applications that most iPhone users want, but Apple refuses to allow.   One such application that keeps popping up in Google News is called “Frash”.  Made by Comex, the same company that created a popular jailbreaking tool, Frash intends to allow anRead More

The New iPhone – Just as Fragile as Ever

Posted by Xpress on August 4, 2010
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Most agree that the iPhone 4 is the sleekest iPhone yet. With its new shape, design, and glass battery cover, it has come a long way in physical appearance since the first generation iPhone 2G.  Unfortunately, these attractive upgrades and revisions come with a price. Because the front and back is now made of glass (for all intents and purposes), the iPhone 4 is truly the most fragile iPhone that has been released, despite theRead More

It’s Official – It’s legal to JailBreak your iPhone

Posted by Xpress on July 28, 2010
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In this article, we will discuss some basic information on how to “jailbreak” and “unlock” an iPhone or iPod. Also, we will review the new decision, which was recently announced by the Library of Congress and offers a little peace-of-mind for those of us who may wish to jailbreak and/or unlock our iPhones. First, let’s make the layperson aware of what a “jailbreak” is and what an “unlock” is.  They are often used interchangeably, butRead More

Insurance for the iPhone – Not a Good Deal for Everyone

Posted by Xpress on July 28, 2010
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Early in 2010, AT&T announced that they would offer an insurance plan to cover all new iPhones.  The plan costs $11.99 per month, and must be signed within 30 days of purchasing a new iPhone.  The announcement was great news to iPhone owners who have been dismayed by the lack of an insurance option for their devices.  To me, the announcement lost its shimmer once I thought about what a bad deal this is. First,Read More

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