Whether you are sending us items to recycle, or sending an occasional RMA return, you need a simple way to keep track of your submissions once they are out of your hands. That’s where our “My Reports” feature comes in! Located under the “My Account” drop-down menu, this feature displays all of your submissions and their respective statuses.
The reporting function is intuitive and easy to use. For a quick walk-through of the feature, see our video tour below.
There are two sections on the reports page: Testing Reports and RMA Reports. Ite
There’s a lot to keep track of in the phone repair business. Every device is made of a myriad of different pieces and components, each further complicated by model and brand variables. As a major supplier of parts, we know this first-hand. Maya carries well over a thousand items in our catalog, and it is growing all the time. Understandably, this can make resupplying your business a bit of a headache. We get it.
Because of this, we’ve implemented a new Quick Order feature to make your shopping experience easier and more convenient. This new feature will allow you to simply and quickly add our most popular items to your cart. That way you spend less time online, and more time doing what you do best- running your business!
To get started, take a look at our video tutorial. Detailed instructions are listed further below.
You’re probably already logged in, but if not, please do so since it is required to use this new feature.
It’s the last item in the navigation menu at the top of the page. We’ve highlighted the link in blue to make it easier to locate.
This page displays a menu of common components, listed under device categories such as iPhone or Samsung. Scroll down the menu and enter the desired quantities for each component. When finished, scroll to the bottom of the list and click the “Add to Cart” button.
A quick note: Make sure to click the “Add to Cart” button on each page BEFORE switching categories. Otherwise those items will not be added to your cart.
With the launch of the iPhone 7 in our rearview mirror, the entire industry is looking forward to the next Apple release, the iPhone 8. The internet is flooding with rumors and everywhere we turn a new one is popping up. Is it way too soon to tell what the smartphone will feature? Probably, but it's fun to speculate.
Forget Aluminum and Glass, What About Ceramic?
The possibility of this happening, despite the rumors, is really slim. Based on patents obtained by Apple this is one of the more "out-of-the-box" rumors, but to actually do this is really complicated.
The real challenge here is it requires a kiln. Yes, an actual kiln. In order to mass-produce iPhones in the production capacity Apple does you would need a kiln the size of two football field. Additionally, it would require Apple to significantly increase the amount of CNC machines they use. So yeah...this is really far-fetched.
Under the Hood
This is a given. Apple will have to truly step it up with the next launch in regards to the technology and processsing. Let's just hope the phones don't become notorious for catching fire as a result.
Speed is king and we are expecting a much faster phone capable of handling advanced processing. It is also rumored that Apple is going to roll-out the long talked about OLED, which will make for a crisper display.
Apple is most certainly not leading the race for top AI assitant. With Google and Amazon both habitiating this space, Apple needs to step it up and it is rumored that they may be renovating our pal SIRI. Will Apple be able to come from behind and achieve victory from the clutches of defeat? We certainly hope so.
We Still Believe
Apple was founded on hard work and innovation and even though nothing groundbreaking has been released with the iPhone 7, we believe the iPhone 8 will be a very special release and bring about a new direction for the company. Now we wait.