Back in October, we told you about Daniel Vitiello, a 19-year-old Texas Tech sophomore, who taught himself to fix Apple’s 3G, 3GS and 4 iPhones and fixes dozens of them from his parent’s dining room.
“I don’t really like having a typical job, and so I needed an idea to make money,” said Vitiello. His business, Rockwall iPhone Repair, has taken off.
Vitiello realized he had more business than he could handle and now sells start up kits that let other people run their own iPhone repair businesses.
For more information, check out his web site.
Photo by KXAS-TV.
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