It's shocking to see how little this tool is used in Australia since it has been available for about 2 years.

It's called Tristar Tester, and in short, it tests power issues for all Apple devices without having to open up the iPhone/iPad.

There's also a battery incorporated into the tester, while counterpart products do not have it's own power source(and sold at a higher price).


Let‘s see it in real action.

Scenario 1:

Lisa walks into your store asking for a quote for her dead iPhone that is not charging.

You plug the Tristar Tester in and in 2 minutes find out it's a motherboard IC issue.

Then you quote her $130 for the repair.

No time wasted to try a new battery and charge port!


Scenario 2:

Lisa's very happy with the timely service, she told her sister Simona about your business.

Simona brought a dead iPad that's not charging and ask for a quote to replace the battery.

You plug the Tristar Tester in and in 2 minutes figure out it is a charge port issue.

Then you quote her $130 for the repair.

1 hour saved not replacing the battery.


Scenario 3:

Simona's friend Monica came into your shop with an iPhone 8, saying it does not connect to iTunes.

You guess it's probably a Tristar chip failure.

Plug the Tristar Tester in, and the exact issue of Tristar IC is found.

Then you quote her $130 for the repair.

Not much guesswork.


Scenario 4:

Monica's twin sister Romona came into your shop with an iPhone 7 that keeps restarting,

You remember last time you did an update for a phone having the same issue but turned out was tristar IC issue.

The update corrupted HDD data and the customer lost all his cat photos.

You plug in the Tristar Tester, find out there's an issue with tristar IC again, luckily you have not updated the phone this time.

Then you quote her $160 for IC repair and data recovery.

Click to download the user manual from product description.