Bring back something from the dead has become a cult and a fashionable thing more than anything else and it is something that people use to scare away kids and to make them feel like they are being controlled by some evil power if they do not do their homework. Restoration and bringing things back from the dead or from being half dead do exist and it is not in the actual literal sense that it makes sense but in the metaphorical sense that bringing things back is always a good thing and saves a lot of time, money, as well as effort which is the most important aspect of it all. In essence, when we want to get our phones and our iPad repair services done, it is usually not because we want a walking and ringing half-dead iPad, it is the fact that it saves a lot of money to do it than to buy something as brand new as not many people are in the elite club of the latest iPads in the first place.
The Biased Critic
People could argue that if you are not well off to get a new one once the old device has been damaged why buy the elite device in the first place. And in most circumstances that question would be a very good one but that does not make it right. Is it a cardinal rule that only the elite have the right to enjoy the elite products or can the lower class have a taste at it? but the problem with that is, the lower class have to actually do all the hard work first to enjoy the luxury and it would only make sense for them to want to preserve that and not throw it away like it was nothing. They would naturally want the best iPad repair service that they could find and then get it done from them.
The services are there to facilitate your needs and since that is what they focus on for their growth as well as to services their customers, it is logical to assume that it benefits all.