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  • sd@turbado 10:50 on April 15, 2014 Permalink |
    Tags: , iphone 5s,   

    Turbado | iPhone 5s user manuals of different models 

    This article shows the different models of iPhone 5s and the user manuals included

    iPhone 5s bought in an iStore in the Caribbean, US specs

    iPhone 5s, Silver, 32GB Part Number: ME300LL/A, Model A1533, EAN code: 885909727391

    Designed by Apple in California  Assembled in China

    Apple Inc., 1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino, CA 95014 USA  602-8181-A

    sticker code on the back of the box: 826-0295-A

    included manuals and brochures inside the box: 034-7326-A and 034-6873-A

    iPhone 5s, silver, 32GB, USA ME300LL/A

    iPhone 5s, silver, 32GB, USA ME300LL/A

     


    iPhone 5s bought on apple.fr in France, EU specs

    iPhone 5s, Gold, 16GB Part Number: ME434F/A, Model A1457, EAN code: 885909784981

    CE 0682 Approved in all EU countries

    Designed by Apple in California  Assembled in China

    Apple Inc., 1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino, CA 95014 USA  602-8181-A

    sticker code on the back of the box: 826-0299-A

    included manuals and brochures inside the box: F034-7326-A and F034-6874-A

    iPhone 5s, gold, 16GB, France  ME434F/A

    iPhone 5s, gold, 16GB, France ME434F/A

     


     

     
  • sd@turbado 16:47 on April 8, 2014 Permalink |
    Tags: broken, damage, , iphone 5s, repair, reparation, replace, replacement, , , unlock   

    Turbado | iPhone 5s repairs and prices 

    Turbado will be shortly providing in-house repair service. This service will be introduced first in Slovakia and then rolled out in the other countries where Turbado is present

    Turbado iPhone 5S repair

    Turbado iPhone 5S repair

    Turbado iPhone 5S repair

    Turbado iPhone 5S repair

    Important note:
    Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices that use iOS 7 and above need to have “Find My iPhone/iPad/iPod” turned off before returning it

    How to Turn Off “Find My iPhone/iPad/iPod”

    This example is for an iPhone with iOS 7:

    1. Tap on your “Settings” icon and go to the “iCloud” section
    2. If “Find My iPhone” is turned on, tap the slider to turn it off
    3. Enter your Apple ID password and tap “Turn Off”
    4. Verify that “Find My iPhone” has been turned off
     
    • turbado_HU 18:25 on April 8, 2014 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      so those clients would come to us for repair, who have not even purchased the product from us

    • turbadosk 21:50 on April 8, 2014 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Are we going to join the other company and help to expand each other (in some business union) or are we doing everything ourself? It is not that easy to fix things. We will need more staff, training, new premises and organize logistics and supply of spare parts. I like the idea, because iPhones are expensive so people are willing to pay to have it repaired but if we are overwhelmed by demand it could backfire. As I said, I’m not against it but I would leave it till Turbado shops are running nice and smooth.

      • sd@turbado 22:19 on April 8, 2014 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        We will leave that entirely on the other company, as they are the professionals and we will use their solutions. That is in Slovakia. For the rest of the countries, we will create a joint venture, where they will supply their expertise and we will add ours. So they can work on the products and we take care of the marketing, management, accounting, legal parts, etc. logistics we have set up now, we can use our current channels for all that

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