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MacBook Air (11 or 13-inch) Screen Repairs
The screen on a MacBook Air (11 or 13-inch) is incredibly thin, which is great. But if it breaks, there's no way to just change the LCD part or the glass cover. It is necessary to replace the entire aluminium top lid of the laptop. This can make the repair more expensive than a basic Windows laptop screen repair, but a) the screen on a MacBook Air (11 or 13-inch) is so much better than your average Dell laptop and b) SimplyFixIt is consistently cheaper than Apple for screen repairs. The current cost of a MacBook Air (11 or 13-inch) screen repair is £299, but you can split that price into 3 interest-free payments, using Klarna, if that helps.
MacBook Air (11 or 13-inch) Battery Replacement
If the battery life on your MacBook Air (11 or 13-inch) isn't as good as it was, you don't have to buy a new computer. You just need a new battery. We can replace it with a brand new one and you'll be back to using your computer all day again. The current price of a MacBook Air (11 or 13-inch) battery is £129, and it's even cheaper if you get it done at the same time as a screen repair.
How long does a repair take?
We know how vital your MacBook Air (11 or 13-inch) is to you, so we endeavour to get it back to you as quickly as possible.
The MacBook Air, a series of laptops meticulously crafted by Apple, first entered production in 2008 and swiftly became renowned for its slim and lightweight design. The non-retina versions of the MacBook Air, spanning models up to 2017, embody a prime example of Apple's dedication to form, function, and style, in addition to offering excellent value for money.
Upon its debut in 2008, the MacBook Air was presented as a premium ultraportable solution, setting a new standard in the laptop market. Its 13.3-inch screen was complemented by a full-size keyboard, creating an optimal balance between portability and functionality. Furthermore, the MacBook Air was marketed as the world's thinnest notebook, introducing what would come to be known as the ultrabook family.
The MacBook Air's design was particularly innovative, given that it omitted an optical disc drive, a feature commonplace in laptops of the era. Additionally, it sported fewer ports than was typical, demonstrating Apple's pioneering stance on minimalism and portability. The use of a machined aluminium case only enhanced the MacBook Air's sleek aesthetic and sturdy build, reinforcing its high-end appeal.
In 2010, Apple introduced a significant redesign of the MacBook Air. A tapered chassis was introduced, along with the addition of a smaller, 11.6-inch model to the lineup. Solid-state storage was made standard across the MacBook Air range, bringing the benefits of increased reliability, speed, and shock resistance. Further revisions introduced Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, enhancing the MacBook Air's performance, while the addition of Thunderbolt connectivity increased data transfer speeds.
However, it was during this era that the MacBook Air truly carved its niche, offering a more affordable yet feature-rich alternative to the MacBook Pro. Its competitive pricing established it as Apple's entry-level notebook, a position it maintained until the discontinuation of the non-retina versions in 2017. For those seeking a balance of performance, portability, and value, the non-retina MacBook Air remains a viable choice.
Model & EMC Numbers for the MacBook Air (11 or 13-inch)
- Model: A1466 — 13-inch MacBook Air 2017 — EMC: 3178
- Model: A1466 — 13-inch MacBook Air (Early 2015) — EMC: 2925
- Model: A1465 — 11-inch MacBook Air (Early 2015) — EMC: 2924
- Model: A1465 — 11-inch MacBook Air Mid 2013/Early 2014 — EMC: 2631
- Model: A1466 — 13-inch MacBook Air Mid 2013/Early 2014 — EMC: 2632
Quality of our Components.
Not all MacBook components are created equally. When we first started MacBook repairs, Apple would make genuine parts available for companies like ours to carry out repairs. But as they have moved more towards pushing people towards replacing damaged devices, rather than repairing them, they have restricted the availability of some genuine Apple parts. Due to the history of our MacBook repair service we have been able to build relationships with the people who make the screens and we are able to fit high quality components in all of our repairs. Put simply, we only use high-quality screens sourced from reliable manufacturers and our technicians are fully trained and certified.
SimplyFixIt uses Apple Certified Mac Technicians to carry out repairs on Apple devices, including the MacBook Air (11 or 13-inch). We back that up with a 3-month warranty on parts & labour.
MacBook Air (11 or 13-inch) Screen Repairs
Premium Quality ComponentsGreat quality at amazing value. We will use genuine Apple components where we can - where they are available to us - but if we have to use 3rd party components, they will be the best available.
3 Month Warranty
Covers faults but not damage. Accidental or liquid damage will not be covered under your warranty. This is the exact same warranty as Apple provides with their repairs.
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Liquids and MacBooks don't mix well. I know that there's lots of stories about rice working, but we want to be honest with you up front. Nobody can guarantee that an electronic device, which has been wet, will work perfectly again. It can be fine for weeks and then fail out of the blue. The best advice we can give is to get any important data off the device — things like photos — and then replace the components that had contact with the liquid.
If your Mac has had contact with liquid, then SimplyFixIt reserves the right to cancel the repair and issue a refund. It's not that we don't like you, but we want to stand by our warranty. If it is possible to get your data off the device, we will notify you so that you can decide how to proceed.