Warranty-less, Manhattan-dwelling iPod on the fritz? Fortune magazine reports about an iPod doctor that makes house-calls in New York City, repairing the ubiquitous device on the fly. Demetrios Leontaris charges substantially less than Apple charges with way less hassle – about $70 for a repair – and can fix almost anything Apple can from the confines of his car. What could be next? Roving Blackberry technicians? Freelance Facebook updaters? We hope so.

Fortune Magazine – A day in the life of the iPod doctor

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