IATA Lithium Battery Shipping Regulations Update

It’s safe to say that lithium batteries power the world, but what many people don’t know about them is how dangerous they can be to transport in an aircraft. That’s why, due to new safety regulations by the International Air Transport Association or IATA, we will no longer be shipping batteries via air transportation. How…

We’ve ReVamped our iPad ReNū Line Digitizer Assemblies!

Though you’ve overall been happy with the quality of our ReNū iPad digitizers, we didn’t believe that they were on par with the quality of our other ReNū line products. That’s why, we’ve completely revamped our ReNū iPad digitizers. By sourcing OEM grade subcomponents, we were able to noticeably improve the quality of our ReNu line…

We Need Your Feedback

Here at ReVamp Wholesale, we are committed to providing our customers with top quality parts and exceptional customer service. The groundwork for this doesn’t begin in our office or at our meetings. It starts with YOU.  Thanks to much of your feedback, we’ve be able to grow into the mobile device parts and accessories distributor…

Ways to Optimize Your Returns Experience

Providing top quality parts is one of our main goals here at ReVamp Wholesale. Despite our efforts, defective parts are an unfortunate part of the industry. Because of that we want to make sure returning a part to us is as quick and painless as humanly possible. Below, we’ve outlined a couple tips to help you…

ReVamp Updates: September Edition

It’s the end of the month and we got a new list of updates for you. Read on for information about the upcoming Chinese holiday, our new line of accessories, as well as a hurricane season shipping advisory. See you all in October! Chinese Holiday Notice Factories in China will be closed to observe the…

ReVamp Tip of the Week: Use a ScrewMat™

Simplify your repair organization with a ScrewMat™ During the repair of most handheld devices, close attention is required to keep track of a variety of tiny screws and small parts. Remembering the order and location that each screw goes during assembly becomes the trickiest part. Through experience, a technician finds their strategy and style. This…

Repair Tip of the Week: Backlight Troubleshooting

Occasionally after repairing an iPad, you’ll notice the LCD remains dim. Following these steps you can quickly work your way through the issue. Step 1: Make sure that the iPad is charged. The first step in an identifying an electronics problem should always be to check the power source. In this specific instance, check that…

Repair Tip of the Week: Heat

Heat. We use it for all of our tablet repairs, and also some of our Android phone repairs as well. Using heat properly will make help the entire process go much more smoothly. When applying heat to your iPad, you can be fairly liberal. The key is keeping the heat focused away from the LCD…

iPhone 5/5C/5S Raw Materials Shortage News

By now many of you have noticed the rising prices of the iPhone 5, 5C, and 5S LCD assemblies. This is because of an industry-wide manufacturing issue due to a shortage of raw materials. Initially when we notified you of this, we anticipated it to be short-term. Unfortunately, the shortage is still persisting. While we…

Repair Tip of the Week: Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)

In the electronics repair industry, ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) is our enemy. Some electronics require more care, as the sensitivity through different systems varies widely. IC chips and other component level electronics can be damaged by anything between 100 and 2,000 volts. (Many people find it surprising that the static they build up while walking over…