Mac Repair Service
We fix Macs, iPhones and iPads, and we repair them cheaper and faster than Apple (most of the time)
We have been saving Apple users time and money for over 30 years
Welcome to our Apple repair service! We specialise in fixing all types of Apple products, including iPhones, iPads, iMacs and MacBooks. Whether you have a cracked screen, a battery that won’t hold a charge, a faulty trackpad or a malfunctioning keyboard, we’ve got you covered. MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, it doesn’t matter which Apple Mac repair service you need, we’ve got you covered!
First things first, don’t put it in rice! Water damage is a common issue that affects many Apple devices. Whether it’s a spill, a drop in water, or exposure to another liquid, the effects can be devastating. If not addressed quickly and properly, liquid damage can result in corrosion, short-circuiting, and a host of other problems. Our experienced technicians are equipped with the necessary tools and knowledge to diagnose and repair liquid damage. We can repair the damages in various levels, from a simple cleaning process to replacing parts or even the whole device. We take care to ensure that all of the components of your device are thoroughly cleaned, dried and tested before returning it to you, this will guarantee you a device working in perfect condition, as it was before the incident. If you suspect that your device has been exposed to liquid, don’t hesitate to contact us. We will do our best to get your device back to full working order as soon as possible.
We are specialists in Mac data recovery. Apple in their wisdom decided to solder all storage to the motherboard (logic board) from 2017 onwards, if you want the data, we need to repair the motherboard first. Our prices are a fraction of the likes of DriverSavers or Ontrack.
Mac Screen repair
A cracked or shattered screen is another frequent problem we encounter. A cracked screen not only looks bad, but it can also make using your Apple device challenging. We provide a large selection of replacement screens for MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro Retina, so we can quickly get your device back to its original appearance and functionality.
Even the greatest batteries eventually begin to wear out. We can assist if you notice that your Apple device is losing power more quickly than it once did, or if it won’t keep a charge at all. With our battery replacement services, your MacBook, iPhone or iPad will once again operate flawlessly.
In addition to repairs, we also offer upgrades for your Apple device. Whether you’re looking to increase the storage capacity of your MacBook or give your iPhone a speed boost, we have a variety of upgrade options available.
Our business provides performance-improving updates for your Apple device in addition to repairs. These improvements can make your device run faster and more effectively, as well as increasing the amount of storage it can hold. Our most common upgrades are memory upgrades, hard disc and solid-state drive (SSD) replacements.
If you want to add more storage to your MacBook or iMac, hard drive swaps and SSDs are excellent choices. Compared to conventional hard drives, SSDs in particular offer quicker read and write rates, which can improve your device’s overall performance. This is literally the best upgrade you can do if you have an iMac made before 2020.
All updates are carried out by our skilled specialists, who make sure everything goes according to plan and that your Apple device functions properly following the upgrade. Make the first step toward getting your gadget operating at its best now by getting in touch with us to schedule your update.
All of our repairs and upgrades come with a 180-day warranty to give you peace of mind. We use only the highest quality replacement parts and our technicians are experienced and well-trained.
What are some common problems with macs?
Macs are often dependable and user-friendly, but like any computer, they occasionally run into problems. Slow performance, abrupt shutdowns, software compatibility issues, and hardware failures are some of the most frequent concerns with Macs. Keep your machine up to speed with the most recent security updates since Macs are susceptible to malware and viruses. The best course of action is to get assistance from an Apple trained technician if your Mac is giving you problems.
How can you fix a Mac?
There are a few things you may do to try to fix your Mac if it’s giving you problems. Try rebooting your computer first. This frequently helps your system’s small problems. You can try using a disc repair tool if it doesn’t work. Any problems with your hard disc or system files may be resolved with this. You can also attempt to reset the System Management Controller on your Mac (SMC). This can assist with problems including electricity, fans, lighting, and other hardware. If none of that helps, get in touch.
How do you troubleshoot Mac problems?
There are a few actions you may take to troubleshoot your Mac if you’re experiencing issues. First, check to see if your operating system is current. To accomplish this, launch the App Store, choose the Updates tab, and apply any available updates.
The next step is to see whether any of your programmes are outdated. Open the App Store, choose the Purchased tab, and update any accessible applications to accomplish this.
You can try reinstalling the affected programme if it’s the cause of your problem. To do this, find the application in the Applications folder, then drag it to the Trash. Then, access the App Store, perform a search for the programme, and download it once more.
You might try resetting your Mac’s SMC and NVRAM if none of the procedures above succeed in fixing your problem. To accomplish this, turn off your Mac, hold down the power button for ten seconds, and then let go. Restart your Mac after that to see whether the problem has been fixed.
If you’re still having trouble, you can contact us for further assistance.
How do you factory reset a Mac?
If you need to factory reset your Mac, you can do so by following these steps:
1. Back up your data. Before you reset your Mac, it’s important to make sure you have a backup of all your important data. You can use Time Machine to back up your data to an external drive.
2. Restart your Mac.
3. Hold down Command + R to enter Recovery Mode.
4. Select Disk Utility from the Utilities menu.
5. Select your startup disk from the list of disks.
6. Click the Erase tab.
7. Select Mac OS Extended (Journaled) from the Format drop-down menu.
8. Click Erase.
9. Select Reinstall macOS from the Utilities menu.
10. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the reset process.
Once you have completed these steps, your Mac will be reset to its factory settings.