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If it feels like your old iPhone is slowing down, it may well be because Apple is slowing it down deliberately, to compensate for the aging battery. One solution is to buy a new phone, but there’s a cheaper option: You can just replace the battery. uBreakiFix co-founder and Vice President David Reiff shares more.
uBreakiFix has a large network of locations and flexibility in repairing all kinds of tech products. It offers a 90-day warranty on all its repairs, and if you run into any issues with your device, you can take it to any of the company’s repair centers within that timeframe to have it dealt with free of charge. The estimated cost of a battery replacement on an iPhone 6S through uBreakiFix is $79, though the company also claims to price-match local competitors. To give you a little extra peace of mind, Google recently partnered with the company to officially service its Pixel smartphones and Pixelbook laptops.
Google’s own Chromebooks have never really been on the “cheap” side but the Pixelbook takes it to a whole new level. The latest Chrome OS flagship easily costs $999 at its most basic configuration. With higher prices come higher risks and higher desires to protect that investment. uBreakiFix, who has been offering walk-in, same-day repairs for both generations of Pixel phones, has struck yet another partnership with Google on the Pixelbook. This time, however, uBreakiFix will offer replacements for Pixelbooks—specifically those out of warranty already.
The Pixelbook is a very expensive and premium laptop in general with Google offering a $249 “Preferred Care” program that extends the warranty. Another solution sees Google again partnering with uBreakiFix, but this time on a complete replacement program for the Chromebook.
Shortly after the launch of the Pixel and Pixel XL last year, Google announced that it would be partnering with uBreakiFix to offer same-day repairs for its two phones. A similar deal was made available with the launch of the Pixel 2/Pixel 2 XL, and now uBreakiFix has announced that it officially offers replacements for the Pixelbook.
Tech repair service uBreakiFix opened in Needham on Oct. 25 at 225B Highland Ave. The technology repair brand provides same-day repair service of all electronics, specializing in cell phone repair and computer repair at its more than 335 locations across North America. This is the brand’s third location in Massachusetts, joining stores in Dedham and Hudson. The location in Needham is the second location for owner Patrick Hurley, who also owns uBreakiFix Dedham and plans to open two additional stores in the future.