Bryan Quintanilla and Tony Robino , two young 22-year-old entrepreneurs’ who look more likely to be playing the videogame Call of Duty than doing surgery with the inner guts of an iPhone, have opened a new business store front repairing broken smart phones, an idea potentially worth millions. It's called “The SmartPhone Clinic”.
Beginning this week, the company is taking pre-orders for a new service their calling “iColors” for the iPhone. They can take a normal “Black” iPhone 4 sold by Apple and after 30 minutes of reconstructive surgery they turn it into the “White” iPhone 4 seen briefly prior to launch. Apple delayed its release of the white iPhone 4, with new rumors for it to be released in February based on Best Buy inventory logs.