Consider what you want to do with your old MacBook Does the MacBook still work? If the MacBook still works, you can choose to upgrade its hardware. This is a great cost-effective way to breathe new life into an old laptop. Sometimes you only need to upgrade a small part of the laptop just for
Apple devices are known for their design and their high prices. As a result, many Mac users seek to repair their Apple products rather than paying the price of replacing them. While Apple Macs have a limited lifespan, there are 3 common repairs that are simple fixes that can keep them going the extra mile.
Reported Problems: One of the biggest challenges we have ever done! An Apple MacBook Pro 13 inch A1278 year 2011 laptop was booked in for repairs. The laptop was soaked with water (lots of water, inside a bag) and was no longer booting up. The Repairs: This laptop may have suffered multiple water damages. The
Reported Problems: An Apple MacBook Pro 15 inch A1121 Laptop was booked in with over-heating and noisy fan problem. One of the laptop’s fans appears to have weakened and making noise. The Repairs: Let’s first remove the laptop’s keyboard and touchpad units and have a look inside. The 2 fans were removed from
Reported Problems: An Apple MacBook Pro Unibody 13-inch laptop was booked in with a strange problem. The laptop screen has lines sometimes, a blur duplicated image appeared on the screen, and the screen blacks out occasionally. After a number of testing, we have determined that both of the laptop screen and LED cable