Bellevue iPad/iPhone Repair

Your iPad and iPhone are tools you use throughout your busy day-to-day life. If an accident happens and you break your screen or drop your phone in water, you don't have time to wait for a lengthy Bellevue iPad/iPhone repair. At One Hour Device Repair, we specialize in Bellevue iPad/iPhone repairs, and can have most jobs done in an hour or less. With a low price guarantee, there is no reason for you to go without your iPad or iPhone. From screen replacements to data recovery, our Bellevue iPad/iPhone repair experts can get you reconnected in no time. iPads, iPhones, Samsung, and many other devices.

Bellevue iPad/iPhone Repair Specialists - Fast, Affordable, and Guaranteed

  • We can repair most iPad and iPhone problems in an hour or less, including broken screens
  • It is often cheaper to replace the broken glass on your iPhone or iPad, rather than replace the entire LCD
  • Our Bellevue iPad/iPhone repair professionals can recover lost data from most devices that are non-repairable
  • We offer a low-price guarantee on all Bellevue iPad/iPhone repairs, and a lifetime guarantee on all replacement parts
  • Drop by our store and get your iPad or iPhone repaired while you wait

If you live in the Bellevue area, One Hour Device Repair is the place to get your iPhone or iPad repaired. We have the required parts in-stock, so that you can have a working iPhone in your hands usually within 15 to 30 minutes (iPad repairs may take longer). Stop by our conveniently located Bellevue iPad/iPhone repair shop today.

Why Choose One Hour Device Repair?

  • Most iPhone repairs can be done within 15-30 minutes
  • The best price is always guaranteed
  • All parts and labor are guaranteed
  • We are conveniently located in Bellevue
  • Every service includes a free diagnostic and battery check
  • We stock parts for all major brands
  • iPads can take 2-3 hours to repair, so call ahead if you have time constraints

Call the Bellevue iPad/iPhone repair experts at One Hour Device Repair today.
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Bellevue Tidbits

The community of Bellevue, Washington is a metropolitan, modern city that has many skyscrapers. Although it wasn't until 1953 when it incorporated, it has experienced the majority of its rapid growth since then. The history of Bellevue goes back several decades, as a milling center, inland port, and a farming center.

Two men named Aaron Mercer and William Meydenbauer were the first pioneers in the Bellevue region. In 1869, both of these men arrived. Mr. Meydenbauer, who was a baker from Seattle settled next to the sheltered bay which he is the namesake of. Mr. Mercer farmed next to what is presently known as Mercer Slough, located just south of Meydenbauer Bay. They both sold their claims after their land became profitable and relocated, leaving only their names.

A man named Isaac Bechtel Sr. bought some property close to what is presently known as the downtown area in 1882. Mr. Bechtel and his sons cleared and logged the property For the next few years. Soon, other pioneers arrived and it wasn't long before there were farms in the region, in addition to shingle mills and a sawmill by 1890. The growing settlement also had a few businesses and a school.

A man named Mathew Sharpe was the first postmaster in the region. Mr. Sharpe had relocated to the region with his brothers from Bellevue, Indiana. Since the translation of Bellevue in French means beautiful view in French, he found the name to be just as applicable for his new home, which had sweeping vistas of the Cascade mountains in the east and Lake Washington in the west. The population of Bellevue was 400 people in 1900.

In 1904, Bellevue was platted. The small settlement had become the center for growing berries in King County by this time. It was also a retreat for many wealthy families from Seattle. Since the 1890's, the Medina neighborhood next to the shores of the lake had been known as the Gold Coast, when landowners purchased farmland and converted it into sprawling estates.

To the south, the Beaux Arts community was established in 1908 as a colony for artists. There were plans in the works for studios as well as instruction in such fields as photography, weaving, ironwork, and sculpting. Although some of the houses that were constructed during this time period are still staNnding today, the project never really got off the ground.

The population had increased to almost 1,500 people by 1910. Some of the growth was the result of hundreds of men employed to log timber from Wilburton for the Hewitt Lumber Company of Tacoma. A ferryboat was the only mode of transportation between Bellevue and Seattle. The opening of the Lake Washington Ship Canal in 1917, allowed access to Puget Sound. When a local resident named William Schupp, who was the head of the American Pacific Whaling Fleet, elected to relocate his corporate headquarters to Bellevue, new business was brought to Bellevue. During the off season, storing his whaling ships in Meydenbauer Bay was both beneficial and convenient. The fresh water lake helped kill off the worms and barnacles that damaged most saltwater boats.

Farming was still the most productive industry in Bellevue. Although anti-alien legislation of the 1920's prohibited the majority of them from leasing land and they subsequently relocated elsewhere, many of the early farmers were Japanese. During WW II, when the local Japanese were forced into interment camps for the duration of the war, the few who remained lost much of their property.

Bellevue maintained its rural lifestyle between 1900 and 1950. Their annual Strawberry Festival has always been a huge success, both for selling produce and for luring new residents who wanted to commute to their jobs in Seattle and still live in a country environment.

In 1939, the construction of the first bridge across Lake Washington was completed. This bridge was instrumental in changing Bellevue onto a thriving suburb from a farming community. This new bridge made Bellevue a more desirable location for people who were commuting by automobile because it was constructed on the shores just south of Bellevue. Following WW II, the number of people who were relocationg to Bellevue increased significantly. Soon the country feel of the community disappeared.

On the Eastside of Bellevue Square in downtown Bellevue a developer named Kemper Freeman opened the first shopping center in 1946. Only a few years earlier, the same location was home to strawberry farms. As a result, there was unprecedented business growth close by, which has continued unabated into the 1990's.

The year 1953 brought the incorporation of Bellevue as a city. City planners didn't look at Bellevue as a sleepy little town, but rather as a flourishing city from the beginning. Unheard of at the time in adjoining communities, some streets were designed to have six lanes. Since the number of automobiles was rapidly increasing, businesses were required to provide ample parking.

The role of Bellevue as the central hub in the eastern suburbs of Seattle was solidified in 1963, with the opening of the another cross-lake bridge known as the Evergreen Point Bridge. This bridge led to the northern neighborhoods in Bellevue whereas the first bridge was on the southern boundary of the community. The population of Bellevue exploded with such easy access to Seattle.

It wasn't long before the central business district was filled with skyscrapers. Several banks relocated their corporate headquarters to Bellevue, which made it one of the richest cities in Washington State. Bellevue Square expanded significantly during the 1980's and continued its role as one of the premiere shopping centers in King County.

Bellevue has seen the most growth in the shortest amount of time out of all the cities on the Eastside. There are still those who remember eating fresh strawberries right off of the vine, riding the ferries, and the harpoon boats in Meydenbauer Bay. Bellevue is a great place to live, play, work and raise a family.

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