MacBook laptops were first
introduced in May 2006 and they have enjoyed a great reputation since then.
Durability, resistance to malware attacks and a lower number of Apple MacBookrepairapplications justify this good name. There are nevertheless cases when,
like any computer, Macs are prone to problems.
If your MacBook is still
covered by warranty walk into an Apple Store and get a fix for free. If you no
longer have warranty coverage, you can either do the troubleshooting yourself
or choose a professional to take care of the job.
Get help from a specialized
While lots of computer repair
stores handle all sorts of PCs, tablets, smart phones and MacBooks, there are
some specialized services that focus only on Apple repairs and Mac support.
- They have Mac certified
repair technicians. Nevertheless, only a small percent of computer repair
services are authorized and rated by Apple.
- They can identify problems
and troubleshoot a lot more efficiently and quickly than a non-technical user.
- A professional service
provider has the tools to assess and diagnose the various MacBook problems -
the pro will be able to determine whether you need a hardware or a software
Apple MacBook repair solution.
An authorized repair shop is
therefore the smartest choice for getting your MacBook back in the shortest
Common MacBook problems
While highly resistant to
certain technical problems, MacBooks are not immune to all issues. The most
common complaints MacBook owners report are problems with power adapters,
batteries and sleep issues.
Power Adapters may malfunction
because of dirty connectors. Cleaning the power connectors could be the
solution, but if the problem persists, the deterioration could be in the
molding on the adapter itself.
Batteries may not charge as
expected. It is not difficult to check the battery on an Apple MacBook. Repair
or battery replacement is pretty simple. If still on warranty it will be free
of charge. Apple provides online instructions for the monthly calibration of
batteries. They are available both for new MacBooks as well as for older series
Sleep issues can be really
frustrating. If the MacBook is entering sleep mode when you are in the middle
of work, specialists suggest closing the lid and reopening. Pressing the power
button long enough will also cause the MacBook to restart.
Basic troubleshooting fails for
more complex repairs; they should be conducted by a computer savvy.
Your best solution is to check
online to find authorized repair providers in your area. If they are certified
by Apple, you can rest assured that these professionals will do a good job for
In case there are no
Apple-authorized services in your area, you should try another computer repair
store. Go for those who've been the longest in the business and who enjoy a
good reputation on the market.
Support service, warranty for
the repair and promptness of assistance represent critical aspects that speak
of the reliability of a certain service provider.