The white iPhone 4 might remain just a rumor if you count on Apple, but for those of you who want their favorite iPhone in the elusive white now, The SmartPhone Clinic could be the right place. A start-up by two 22-year-olds, Bryan Quintanilla and Tony Robino, the company will redesign your iPhone 4 in the extravagant red, blue and pink as well.
The “clinic” is located in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and its main focus was smartphone repair, but Bryan Quintanilla and Tony Robino might be right on the money with the red, blue and pink redesigns for the iPhone. The new service is called “iColors” and includes a complete redesign of the phone for 30 minutes. That means not just a colorful sticker, but an actual glass.
You think the idea isn't worth it? Ask the Queens' kid, who made $130,000 off of white iPhone conversion kits. In comparison, The SmartPhone Clinic offers its colorful package for $189.99, while a complete iColors conversion goes for $229.99. The designs are not limited to just colors – you can choose from leather, carbon metal and wood among other designs. And the business is booming. Check out Tony Robino's ambitions and the company's website at the source link below:
"Shockingly, everything has worked out accordingly to our initial idea," said Tony Robino. "Business has been so well that they are opening another location in Palm Beach County in March and soon after expanding to San Antonio, TX. Our goal is to be a one-stop-shop for smart devices and open The SmartPhone Clinic in every major market by 2013."
source: The SmartPhone Clinic