All of us make mistakes that result in damaging our Apple devices. At other times, these machines develop flaws thanks to regular wear-and-tear. iRepair India was born to address these issues in the most efficient and economical way possible, saving Apple device users from investing in replacements that are often expensive and slow to procure.
We’ve come a long way from being a team of two fledgling engineers. Our experienced team of technicians across all five locations are trained to fix devices and also focus on delivering superior customer service at every interaction. As a leading Apple service center brand in India, our team understands the importance of providing the most ideal solution for our customers.
We began by offering iPhone repair services in Bangalore, India. Over the years, our skilled technicians have upgraded and honed their skills, enabling them to tackle almost any Apple-device related issue. Today, our team of experts provide hardware and software support for iPhones, iPods, iPads, Apple Watches and Macs.
Our network of iRepair India service centers has grown from a single location to five across the country. Customers in Bangalore (Koramangala and Varthur), Manipal, Chennai and Hyderabad have access to qualified technicians, seven days a week. We also offer pickup and drop-off services in each of these location so that your Apple device receives the timely attention it requires.
iRepair India has five official service centers across Bangalore (Koramangala and Varthur), Hyderabad, Manipal and Chennai. Now in its ninth year of business, iRepair India is the country’s most experienced after sales service and support brand for Apple devices. It has serviced 20,000+ customers across the country and brought thousands of iPods, iPhones, iPads, MacBooks and Apple Watches back to life.
The year: 2006. The location: Bangalore, India. Harsha P. J., then a second-year engineering student from Bangalore, was excited about an iPod Photo (60 GB) that he had acquired from Dubai at an affordable price.
His joy was short-lived.
A few months down the line, Harsha’s iPod started giving him trouble and so he decided to try and get it fixed by Apple directly. The quote he received was almost equivalent to the price of a new iPod. So Harsha did what any enterprising engineer-aspirant would do – he decided to literally take things into his own hands! Not only did he fix his iPod and resurrect it from the brink of death – he also uncovered a new business opportunity.
In 2008, iRepair India was born. Aside from their higher education pursuits, Harsha and co-founder Ajay Hegde (then an MBBS candidate) set up a rudimentary website that allowed them to connect with individuals in dire need of their iPod repair services. The duo conducted their ‘operations’ in coffee shops in under 30 minutes, cementing their expertise and focus on customer service right from day one. In 2010, they were joined by Suniel Gupta – Harsha’s MBA classmate – and in 2013, the trio set up their first service center in Bangalore’s Koramangala area – a hot spot for the city’s vibrant start-up scene.
While they each come from different professional backgrounds, their passion for Apple devices and the service industry ensures Harsha, Ajay and Suniel remain personally involved in many Apple device hardware repair procedures even today!
Harsha is one of the founding members of iRepair India. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and an MBA in International Marketing and Economics from the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan-Marshall University MBA Program.
Despite being a practicing neurosurgeon, Ajay balances his role as a doctor and co-founder of iRepair India with precision. He holds an MBBS from the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, an MS in General Surgery from JSS University and is pursuing an MCH in Neurosurgery from Manipal University.
Suniel holds a bachelor’s degree in Commerce from Christ University and an MBA in International Marketing and Economics from the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan-Marshall University MBA Program. Based out of Bangalore, he currently heads the Mac repairs division.