There are 3 different types of Macbooks, the first Macbook model was the Macbook Pro, it was released January 2006, the second Macbook was released the same day as well, and the third Macbook which came 3 years later is the Macbook Air, and it was released January 30th 2008.
The original Macbook Pro was announced by Steve Jobs at the Macworld Conference Expo on January 2006. It came in an aluminum enclosure, a trend that continues with this line of Macbooks today. It was designed for the high end market, it was the first Macbook to have an Intel processor, and in 2008 it had it's first major redesign that Macbook Pro now resembles the one you see today. It came in 3 sizes 13", 15", and 17", the 17" was discontinued in mid-2012.
The original Macbook that debuted in 2006 was available in two colours, black or white. It replaced Apple's low line iBook line. The standard model came was the white polycarbonate Macbook, and the black polycarbonate was the high end model. The glossy display, the sunken in keyboard and the non-mechanical magnetic latch was Apple’s first notebook to use these features and they are now the standards in the Macbook family. In 2008 Apple introduced an aluminum unibody version resembling the Macbook Pro.
The first generation of Macbook Airs were introduced by Steve Jobs during a keynote speech at Macbook Conference & Expo Jan 2008. He introduced “the world’s thinnest notebook”. They were designed for thinness and lightness, it weighed 3 pounds and was 0.76 inches at its thickest point and 0.16 at its thinnest point. It has two sizes 11" and 13".
Usually notebooks are made from multiple parts, with unibody Macbooks they are made with one single piece of aluminum. With Apple’s making the Macbook’s unibody enclosure has enabled a more stronger, durable, stylish, thinner and lighter line of notebooks.
Macbook screen replacement takes 2 hours to replace your LCD screen, and it will fix a number of issues with your Macbook.
Common Screen Problems with Macbook Pro, Macbook, and Macbook Airs
• If your Macbook screen is cracked
• You have dead pixels on your Macbook screen
• The Macbook display is refreshing at a low rate
• Your Macbook has come in contact with liquid
• The backlight on your Macbook isn’t working
• Macbook has horizontal or vertical lines running through the screen
• Your Macbook’s screen is dim
• The image shakes and moves up and down on your Macbook
• If your Macbook LCD flickers
• Your experiencing faint ghosting on your Macbook screen
Replacing a Macbook screen is a fairly difficult and time consuming process. In some cases, the glass lens in front is broken. In every case, it needs to be removed in order to change the LCD screen beneath it. Replacing the LCD involves removal of the front glass, the removal of the old broken or damaged screen and the installation of the new replacement MacBook screen. Finally, the lens is replaced back in front of the LCD screen, and the replacement process is complete.
Sometimes the LCD screen underneath the lens is undamaged after the lens becomes cracked or shattered. In these cases, the lens needs to be removed very carefully in order to replace it with a new one, without damaging the LCD screen beneath it.
In any case, you will probably find that our services can provide you with a replacement screen or glass for your MacBook at a considerably lower price rate than the manufacturer will.
Here are some of the most common Macbook we repair screens for. If you see your model listed below, it means that we have your LCD replacement screens in stock. If you don't see your model listed, then please enquire via email as to whether or not your Macbook model's screen can be ordered.