You can find our customers feedback in here that dated since 2009.
Our company provides iPhone repair service in Malaysia since 2008.
It's when the 1st generation of the iPhone becomes popular, which only launched in the USA and third-party seller import to Malaysia. Nobody in Malaysia knows how to repair it. At first, we were just trying to help some forum members solving their iPhone problem. Not long after, we found out the iPhone repair service is needed in Malaysia. Then we decided to open a shop for it. Unfortunately, we couldn't afford a shop then opened a kiosk instead. Therefore we started to accept walk-in repair service in The Mines Shopping Center.
Our very first instant repair iPhone shop is born in Malaysia, 2009.
Later years we moved into a shop. From a counter booth (Kiosk) upgraded to shop in Mines 2. But unlucky that Mines 2 forced all tenants to move out after a year contract. Received some compensation from Mines2 then moved into South City Plaza on 2012.
In 2013 my company name finally successful registered as iPhone Service. Been a long road to get this name for legal.
The newer the iPhone then, the harder to repair. Forced me went into China to learn some advanced repairing skill. Especially motherboard issues. Now I'm very good at it.
Joined their China iPhone repair union in 2017. We now have massive support from the global community.
Until now, I have been repaired up to
We are professional with superb skills, the latest expensive tools, and equipment to do the job.
Just only iPhones and iPads.
There are some copycats are using our name and illegal. We only have ONE shop in public. Another one is academy.
|2009 iPhone 3GS launched in Malaysia. At the same time, I knew Apple would become a major phone maker due to their design, so I opened an iPhone repair specialist kiosk in 2009. But we started repair since 2008, iPhone 2G first model.|
|2009, My first iPhone specialist kiosk in The Mines Shopping Mall. There was no competitor in those few years... I was one of the leading in the market.|
|2011, I need a bigger place. Upgraded from kiosk to shop. Moved into Mines 2.|
Cheaper rent for the new mall. The kiosk was RM5600 per month. The shop is RM4000.
|2012, We moved into shopping mall too. Because we need car parking, security, many restaurant or market that customer can wander around while waiting. South City Plaza, an old mall.|
Our shop is located at the front main entrance.
|2012 until now 2018. |
|Renovated on November 2018|
|I'm also teaching international students about board circuit repair.|
|if you know who is the guy on the left, I'm sure you are interested in repairing iPhone yourself.|
The G-Lon academy founder, Wyman. The photo was taken in 2018.