Newer Mac's Getting difficult To Repair.

Its no secret! The new Macbook pro and macbook air is getting smaller and thinner. But these things come at a cost to the user.
 
 
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Nov. 20, 2012 - PRLog -- Its no secret! The new Macbook pro and macbook air is getting smaller and thinner. But these things come at a cost to the user. Repairs on the new Apple Mac models are becoming increasingly more difficult due to the closed product Apple is dishing out these day, it is also something that looks like a trend to continue with the pending replace of the new 2012 thinner than ever style new iMac (http://www.apple.com/uk/imac/).

The best peace of advice we are passing onto our customers is if they intend to purchase a new Macbook with retina display to take out the 3 year Apple Care warranty.

One look inside the Macbook with retina display its clear to see. the new Macbook Pro's RAM is soldered to the motherboard, the battery is glued in. Even if you wanted to change the tracker pad its extremely difficult to get to without puncturing the batter.

iFixExpress (http://www.ifixexpress.co.uk/) will contiune to keep a close eye on the development of new Mac models. It is too early to say if this trend will continue, but if the new iMac 2012 model is anything to go by it would seem Apple intends to close of the Mac in the same way it has done with the iPhone and iPad.

www.ifixexpress.co.uk has always been on the front line of third party Apple Mac repair throughout London and the rest of the UK. And our teams is always on stand by to advise customers should accidental damage occur, or Apple care was not purchased. We hope that the Macbook and iMac will become more repairable as the new models are rolled out as it is the general publics pocket that will feel the pain from expensive parts direct.

Apple’s design direction is truly becoming disturbing. It is estimated that third party battery replacements will alone could cost over £350.
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