What all the celebs are after is called “AnoStyle,” a way to completely customize your device without stepping on Apple’s copyright rules.
Kim heard about it after a technology website editor in New York caught wind of Rob’s work. She wanted a gold phone and Rob made it.
In fact, Rob can change your phone to just about any color or logo you want, leaving the Apple logo in place.
“It’s a tedious process,” Rob said. “It’ll take me one or two weeks to finish one device.”
Something important to point out: While the Carter’s are repairing iPhones and iPads, even changing the way they look, everyone involved in The Pod Drop business has a deep respect for the monster company that is Apple.
“We’re honored and privileged to be able to fix these things,” said Robert. “We don’t want to ruin our relationship, it’s a partnership.
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