Are you having problems with your Apple hardware? We are capable of a wide range of repairs and upgrades on the Apple® MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and the desktop iMac and Mac Pro models.
Repairing or upgrading an Apple computer can be quite a feat. They require special tools and more complex procedures compared to normal PC based hardware. The chassis used to be made from a polycarbonate material, but now more commonly are made from an aluminium unibody.
In recent years Apple has changed their hardware design to restrict common upgrades such as RAM and solid state drives (SSDs).
MacBook Pro laptops manufactured after late 2013 are unable to have their RAM upgraded. Apple also use a non-standard form factor for their SSDs, making it tricky to upgrade the size. This is where we can help – we are able to upgrade the SSD in your MacBook Pro to a larger and faster counterpart, without resorting to paying the top end pricing for Apple’s own proprietary OEM SSD. We can also clone your existing installation of macOS over to the new SSD, as well as perform a clean installation of the latest edition of macOS.
iMacs still do retain the ability to upgrade RAM and storage, albeit some limitations. The thinner iMacs from 2012 onwards have the front glass panel glued to the unibody chassis and require some due care and attention when dismantling to perform the upgrades. We have all the equipment and materials to reattach the front glass panel and screen back to the unibody securely after dismantling.
We have the tools and knowledge to deal with many repairs, and also offer a vast range of upgrade options dependent on model. See below to get an overview of what we can offer your Apple hardware.
If you would like specific upgrade information on your particular Apple hardware, please include the serial number and the EMC number in your enquiry. These details will be etched onto the body of your Apple hardware. We can establish the precise model with this information and give you the most relevant options and pricing.