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Thursday, October 30, 2014
Adding a custom touch to the electronic world
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Ann E. Friedman/Herald
Repairing electronic devices and customizing them are what iKure owners, Tal Grafi and Billy Kure, offer their customers at their Hewlett location.

Rich Lapointe, a Lynbrook resident, has known Kure for a couple of years and had his iPhone repaired on two occasions and brought in devices from family members and friends. “You save money instead of going to the store and you can get your phone fixed and customized to your liking,” Lapointe said. “In today’s day and age a phone is a huge part of you and making it unique is awesome.”

Lapointe added that iKure is unique not only because of the phone customization but also because of the store’s atmosphere. “The environment there is really cool,” he said. “You can sit comfortably, use the Wi-Fi while you wait and they tend to all your needs.”

In the near future, Kure will be able to install business logos with LED lights on the back of iPhones and customize video game systems such as Xbox and Play Station. “We’re adding a custom touch to the entertainment world,” he said.

For more information about iKure, call (516) 655-4000, go to www.ikure.net, or visit their store at 5 Franklin Ave. in Hewlett.

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