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Simply Fixable’s partner stores offer a wide range of repairs for MacBooks. They can replace the screen or battery and can also repair the charging port, loudspeaker, keyboard, and fan. The technicians at these repair stores are skilled to handle any kind of issue with MacBook.
Your MacBook screen needs replacement if Macbook screen is broken or dropped on the floor.
How much does it cost to replace a MacBook screen?
The average MacBook screen replacement cost at Simply Fixable is $404.38.
How long does it take to replace a MacBook screen?
It takes roughly 2 to 4 hours to replace a MacBook screen. Time can be less if the MacBook repair store is not busy and has the part readily available.
How to prevent your MacBook screen from breaking?
Use a strong screen protector and a case over your MacBook to protect the screen.
Overcharging the battery or exposing the MacBook to extreme temperatures can affect the battery's health and may need replacement.
How much does it cost to replace a MacBook battery?
On average, it costs $140.72 to replace a MacBook battery.
How long does it take to replace a MacBook battery?
It takes 30 to 120 minutes to replace a MacBook battery.
How to prevent damage to your MacBook battery?
Always use original or Apple-certified accessories, and don’t overcharge your MacBook.
Overheating of your MacBook can greatly affect its performance and fan functionality.
The duration of fan replacement depends on the model and severity of damage. Typically, it can take a few hours to replace a fan.
How to prevent damage to your MacBook fan?
Ensure that the air vents on your MacBook are not blocked, and avoid using your device on a soft surface such as a bed, as they can block airflow and cause overheating.
Simply Fixable is a platform that connects customers with local repair shops that have been vetted and approved by Simply Fixable. Our mission is to make it easy and affordable for people to get their mobile devices repaired. Our selection ensures everyone has access to high-quality and affordable device repair services across the USA.
The partners of Simply Fixable are selected through a diligent procedure that ensures they provide top-notch repair services at competitive prices. Firstly, the partners should provide fast turnaround on the repairs, which means customers should not be left hanging to get their devices back. Secondly, all the stores should have skilled professionals who have the knowledge to troubleshoot any issue. Another strict criterion is that they should have at least 90% positive customer reviews and should also provide ease in booking appointments.
Furthermore, they should also offer a 90-day minimum warranty on repairs, which increases their credibility. Repair stores should have necessary parts (OEM or high-quality) and tools readily available to repair all kinds of devices, including MacBooks.
We put a strong emphasis on the quality of the parts that are used by our partners. As we don’t directly deal with repairs, we ensure that all our partners abide by strict quality control standards. We verify that our partners are meeting these requirements and guarantee that they use only high-quality OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) parts for repairs. This approach allows us to provide 100% customer satisfaction for their repairs.
We have over 10 years of experience handling a variety of repairs, including MacBooks, tablets, iPads, smartphones, iPhones, smartwatches, and computers.
We provide the lowest cost of repairs compared to other stores without compromising on repair quality.
Our turnaround time is impressively quick. We match you with technicians who can handle model-specific MacBook repairs to ensure a quick turnaround time.
Our partner stores have the highest repair ratings; each store has a minimum of 4.5/5 stars and has a high customer satisfaction rate.
Our partner stores only use Apple-approved or OEM parts for repairs to ensure the best quality.
Technicians working at our partner stores have an average of 5-7 years of experience. They are trained and certified to handle Apple product repairs.
We choose the perfect store for you after a thorough study of store turnaround times, customer satisfaction rates, recommendations, ease of access, availability for appointments, availability of Apple-approved parts, and quality of repairs.
MacBooks are known for their versatile performance and durability. The newer models, such as MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, are equipped with advanced features suitable for heavy workflows. However, despite these advancements, MacBook users can sometimes encounter issues such as charging issues, black screen, battery issues, and water damage. But these issues can easily be fixed by partner stores of Simply Fixable at competitive prices.
Your MacBook may refuse to turn on due to battery issues, charging cable, or damage to internal components. Technicians will diagnose the issue and may replace the battery to resume its functionality.
A faulty charger or damaged battery may prevent the MacBook from charging. Replacing the battery or buying a new charging cable is the most common solution provided by the repair stores.
Your MacBook can generally overheat due to fan issues or dust inside the vents. Skilled technicians may first clean the vents, and if needed, they will replace the fan.
MacBook black screen can occur due to issues with the display or graphic card or, sometimes, software bugs. The repair involves resolving software issues and repairing the damaged components.
Software bugs can sometimes prevent MacBook from turning off. Repair technicians may update the software or troubleshoot the power button.
An Aged battery in a MacBook may not hold a charge and drain faster than usual. Additionally, applications running in the background may also drain the battery. Technicians may replace the battery and also perform system checks to diagnose and resolve the issue.
Your MacBook can be damaged if exposed to water, which can result in a short circuit. Repair technicians may dry the MacBook first and replace any damaged parts for smooth functioning.
Your MacBook may restart due to software glitches or overheating of the device. Technicians may identify software issues and fix them or replace the damaged parts if needed.
Dealing with a damaged or non-functional MacBook can be difficult, especially when you’ve no idea what to do. You might want to get it repaired as soon as possible, or you may wish to invest in a new MacBook. After all, who doesn’t want the latest gadget right? But, ultimately, it comes down to a few things to decide: whether you can afford to buy a new MacBook or you’re fine with the repair. Several factors can impact this decision, such as your budget, how damaged your current MacBook is, the model, and its performance.
If the damage to your MacBook is minor, then repairing it will be a cost-effective option to keep your device back up and running. However, it’s important to choose a qualified MacBook repair shop.
It is better to invest in a new MacBook if the damage is severe, your MacBook model is outdated, and its repair cost is close to the device’s value.
It is easier to find out if there is something wrong with your MacBook. You can look for several common signs that indicate that your MacBook needs immediate attention.
Look for visible damage on the screen and body, like dents, cracks, or scratches.
Check the battery health by going into the settings. The battery health below 80% indicates that it needs to be replaced.
A MacBook that is draining, charging too fast, or not charging at all also indicates an issue with the battery.
If your MacBook is running unusually slow, freezing, or overheating, it could be a sign of internal damage.
Apart from these signs, if you see something unusual happening with your MacBook, that can indicate any damage and needs to be repaired.
The time it takes to repair a MacBook depends on the severity of the damage, part availability, and how busy the store is. The MacBook screen replacement takes about 2 to 4 hours on average. On the other hand, MacBook battery replacement takes anywhere from 30 to 120 minutes. For serious damages, it takes about 1 to 2 business days to fix a MacBook.
The cost to repair your MacBook can vary significantly depending on the part that you want to get repaired and how serious the damage is. Below are the average costs to repair a MacBook screen, battery, and charging port by Simply Fixable – an online platform that connects customers to trustworthy repair shops across the United States.
MacBook Battery Replacement
Table 1. MacBook Repair Costs per Type
Note: These costs are average and will change based on the exact model of the brand
You certainly can, especially if you have fixed any electronic gadgets before. But, if you have never done it, it’s recommended to go through the online DIY guide to repair a MacBook. While some repairs are straightforward and can be performed at home with a repair tool kit, severe damages will require attention from the professionals at repair shops. Here are the pros and cons of getting your MacBook repaired by a professional vs DIY repair:
DIY MacBook repair is cheaper as you don’t have to pay for the labor.
You can damage your MacBook further if you don’t have specialized skills.
You can repair it at any time you want, at your convenience.
It’s challenging to find high-quality parts to use in your MacBook.
Your MacBook will be repaired by skilled professionals, and there will be barely any chance of repair going wrong.
Professional repair costs more than the DIY MacBook repair.
Most of the repair shops offer at least a 90-day warranty on repairs.
Repairs can take time, depending on how busy the store it, which means you can be without your MacBook for days.
Buying the latest MacBook with exciting new features may be tempting, but this doesn’t always suit the budget. This option is also not feasible if there is nothing wrong with your current MacBook or there is only slight damage that repair shops can fix in a few hundred bucks. However, if the damage to your MacBook is severe and will cost you a lot to repair, it’s better to invest in a new one. Here are some pros and cons to help you decide:
A new MacBook will get you the latest features and better performance.
Buying a new MacBook will be more expensive than getting it repaired.
Buying a new MacBook will give you a warranty on repairs by Apple.
Transferring the data and getting used to the new device might be challenging.
Getting your MacBook repaired is a cost-effective option.
Repairs (from a third party) can void the existing warranty if you have one.
You don’t have to go through the hassle of transferring the data to a new device.
Repairing the MacBook can take a long time, especially if the part is not readily available.
If you want to get your MacBook repaired, make sure to go for a reliable repair store. You can easily find one on Simply Fixable’s platform. The partner stores at Simply Fixable not only use high-quality OEM parts in repairs, but they also fix your device in the shortest time possible. You don’t have to be without your MacBook for days. Also, their prices are highly competitive.
Other than Apple’s own MacBook repair services, you can get your MacBook fixed from third-party shops associated with Simply Fixable. Simply Fixable ensures that you have access to high-quality repair services through professionals who are skilled in repairing all kinds of MacBook models.
Apple’s repair services are ideal for those with a warranty and if you want 100% original parts. However, if you don’t have an Apple warranty, you might have to pay a hefty amount for repairs. For non-warranty repairs, it’s best to visit platforms like Simply Fixable, which gives you access to hundreds of repair shops around the United States – all personally selected and vetted by them based on strict criteria.
Your MacBook will be fixed by one of the stores partnered with Simply Fixable. This platform connects you with hundreds of trusted repair stores across the United States. The repair shops are selected based on strict criteria; they must provide high-quality repair services for a wide range of devices, using only industry-standard parts, and at competitive rates. Simply Fixable’s partners have an amazing track record of fixing over 40,000 MacBook devices, Samsung tablets, cell phones, game consoles, and computers in the last decade.
By choosing a MacBook repair store through Simply Fixable, you’ll have peace of mind that your device will be fixed by a skilled technician.
Follow these steps to ensure your MacBook is in the right condition for repair:
Your technician will need the exact make/model of your MacBook to continue the repair. You can find this information by clicking the Apple logo > About Mac.
Provide your name, email address, and phone number to stay updated about your MacBook repair.
Your technician will only be able to initiate repairs if your MacBook is charged. Charge your MacBook to have a shorter turnaround time.
Store all your passwords in a safe place in case your technician requires them.
Back up all your MacBook data on iCloud or iTunes to avoid data loss.
Our partner repair stores will handle your MacBook repair efficiently in the shortest time possible without compromising on quality.
By following these maintenance tips, your MacBook will run smoothly without any issues:
Keep your macOS up to date, as updates often come with security patches and bug fixes.
Keep an eye on the applications that you’re using. Uninstall the unnecessary apps to relieve the load on your MacBook.
Ensure to use only official Apple cables and don’t overcharge your MacBook.
Try to use your MacBook on a hard surface to let the air flow without any obstruction.
If possible, install an antivirus program to protect your MacBook against potential viruses.
Use a screen protector and a case over your MacBook to prevent it from damage or cracks.