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A repair on the Apple MacBook is expensive depending on the defect or damage, at least if you go to Apple directly. Because assemblies are often exchanged at the Genius Bar instead of just repairing individual elements. So if you decide to have your own workshop, you can save several hundred euros. The company, for example, is recommended based on experience Sadagian from Hamburg. There you can have your MacBook (Pro / Air) checked for free and then decide whether you want to have it repaired. In addition to the MacBook, this also works with other Apple Mac models.
Regardless of whether it is about the keyboard, the logic board, the retina display, the battery or water damage: Before you send your MacBook straight to Apple for repairs, ask Sadaghian. The company is a workshop specializing in Mac devices. They are so familiar with the hardware there that troubleshooting not only reveals rough sources of error such as components or component groups - no, small-scale searches are also carried out. With one problem or another, you may not need to replace the hardware at all, but rather a real repair inside the Apple MacBook. Further information and details can be found in the post linked above, in which you will also find a customer review and an interview.
As already mentioned, checking the Apple Mac before it is repaired is free. The computer will only be repaired if you are satisfied with the cost estimate. To correct the price down a bit, you can also use the discount code SYRAP specify.
Discount code: SIRAPF
The code works both on the phone and when making a request via the Specialists website. You also support my blog, as a few euros come into my blog treasury with every order ... as a thank you for the recommendation here.
But you don't have to worry that I'm only making a recommendation here for financial reasons. From experience I can say that the contact is very pleasant and the service is also top-notch - some readers who had their MacBook Pro there for repairs have already confirmed this to me.
Regardless of whether it's an Apple Mac, iMac or MacBook Pro / Air: Of course, data protection is respected and no personal data is read from the hard drive. So you can confidently turn to the Hamburg-based company with your faulty MacBook model.
Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He appears as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with problems of a technical nature. In his free time he drives electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with his iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions for current bugs.