When You Need an Apple Mac Repair

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These days, some people are keeping their Apple Mac computers longer than they used to while spending more time and money on mobile devices like the iPad and iPhone. If you have a Mac that’s several years old and still working well, you’re probably saving money by holding on to that Apple laptop or desktop a little longer.

Even if your Mac develops minor problems, it may be cheaper to fix them than to spend $1000+ on a brand new Apple computer. The Apple Mac repair wizards at iResQ can help you keep that computer running like a champ until you’re finally ready to replace it with a new one. Here are some common problems that can strike your Mac and how iResQ can solve them with Apple Mac repair that will fit into your budget.

Cracked screen
MacBooks are sturdy but they’re not indestructible. If you drop your MacBook, your Apple warranty does not cover accidental damage, even if the computer is just a few months old. iResQ can replace the cracked screen on your MacBook, MacBookPro, MacBook, Power Book or iBook and get it back to you looking like new.

Battery problems
If you use a MacBook for several years, you may find that the battery won’t hold a charge like it used to. At iResQ, they can replace that old worn-out battery and give your laptop hours of reserve power.

Damaged trackpad
The trackpad to your Apple laptop is made from glass that can be easily broken, but the experts at iResQ can replace that damaged glass trackpad quickly for a reasonable price.

Fan replacement
If the fan on your MacBook is turning on frequently or making a rattling noise, it may not be cooling your computer like it should. It might just be clogged with dust, debris or pet hair but a malfunctioning fan can cause your MacBook to overheat. Avoid the risk of damage by sending your MacBook to iResQ for fan replacement.

Hard drive upgrade
A faulty hard drive doesn’t mean that you have to replace your laptop, since iResQ can install a new hard drive for much less than the cost of a new computer. The data on your old drive will be transferred to the new one and you’ll have your MacBook back, running like new.

Memory upgrade
If your old computer is running slow, the problem may be as simple as not having enough memory. iResQ can install extra memory that will speed up your performance without spending big bucks for a new computer.

Before chucking that old computer, check out iResQ.com for Apple Mac repair. Their certified technicians can give you a free diagnostic and repair quote on whatever ails your machine, usually within 24 hours of receiving the device. The quote is absolutely free and will give you the option of getting that Apple Mac repaired or having it returned quickly at no charge. All repairs come with a 90-day warranty and 30-day refund policy, so your satisfaction is guaranteed. For technical assistance that you can trust, go to www.iResQ.com or call 888-447-3728 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. CST, Monday through Friday.

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