Need to get your MacBook® repaired and looking for a reliable MacBook® repair store near Dallas? We understand how frustrating it can be when your MacBook® is not performing the way you want it to perform. Some of the most common MacBook® problems include being stuck on a screen with a folder and question mark, stuck on the Apple® logo or white screen, MacBook® randomly shutting down or restarting, MacBook® overheating, MacBook® performing slow, etc. Don’t worry if you have any of these problems, we can help you get your MacBook® performing the way it was before and sometimes even faster after some upgrade solutions. Give us a call today on 469-778-4130 detailing your issue with your MacBook and one of our certified technicians can help you by providing the best repair solution for your Macbook.
PC Service Dallas is one of the best MacBook® repair stores in the Dallas area that provides MacBook® repair services at amazingly affordable prices with limited-term warranties on most of our MacBook® repair services. We have a team of Mac® certified technicians who have years of experience in solving all kinds of MacBook® related issues both hardware and software related. Let our professional repair specialists take care of your MacBook® for you and see the performance boost our repair or upgrade services can provide to your MacBook®.
We work on all models of MacBook® including A1534, A1342, A1181, A1278, A1989, A1990, A1707, A1706, A1708, A1502, A1398, A1425, A1278, A1286, A1297, A1260, A1261, A1229, A1226, A1211, A1212, A1150, A1151, A1932, A1466, A1465, A1369, A1370, A1304, A1237.
Some of our MacBook® repair services we provide at our Dallas store include
- MacBook® SSD replacement and hard drive repair service
- MacBook® Data Recovery and repair service
- MacBook® liquid damage repair service
- MacBook® battery replacement and repair service
- MacBook® charging port replacement and repair service
- MacBook® Screen and LCD replacement and repair service
- MacBook® OSX Installation and Configuration and software repair service
- MacBook® Wi-Fi/Bluetooth not working repair service
- MacBook® Facetime or camera repair service
- MacBook® Trackpad repair service
- MacBook® keyboard repair service
- MacBook® overheating issue repair service
- MacBook® motherboard repair and replacement service
- MacBook® fan and heatsink replacement and repair service
- MacBook® RAM upgrade and repair service
When Do You Need Our MacBook® Repair Service?
MacBook® Stuck Question Mark Folder Repair
Your MacBook® is usually stuck on this window when your MacBook® is unable to detect your OSX®. This could be because of a recent macOS® update gone wrong, firmware update, corrupted OSX®, failing hard drive. Don’t worry, no matter what problems you have with your MacBook®, rest assured we can repair your MacBook®.
MacBook® White Screen or Stuck on Apple® Logo Repair
When your MacBook® gets stuck on the Apple® logo or the white screen, your MacBook® could have several problems like RAM issues, software-related problems like apps crashing or malware or corrupted OSX®, etc. Our certified Mac® technicians are adept at handling all kinds of MacBook® related issues including MacBook® being stuck on Apple® logo or white screen. Give us a call to set an appointment with us or bring your MacBook® to our Dallas store to get it repaired.
MacBook® Not Charging Repair
The reason your MacBook® is not charging could be because of a charging port problem, battery problem or motherboard issue or wiring issue inside the MacBook®. Don’t worry, we can help diagnose what’s causing your MacBook® problems and give your repair solutions accordingly.
Apple MacBook®Battery Replacement
If your MacBook is displaying a notification warning saying battery service needed then it means that your MacBook battery life cycle is nearly reaching the 1000 life cycle count and has diminished battery performance capacity. Don’t worry PC Service Dallas is here to help get your MacBook battery replaced and have your MacBook up and running again.
MacBook® liquid Damage
Water and MacBook® can be considered one of the worst things that can come together. When water gets inside your MacBook®, it will cause a short circuit to the board if the MacBook® was turned on and fry your motherboard. If it wasn’t turned on either and you dried your MacBook®, it still isn’t a good idea to use it because water leaves minerals inside the board after drying out and these minerals will corrupt your MacBook®’s motherboard. In case of liquid damage, to ensure no further damage is done to your MacBook®, you should get it repaired by professionals for liquid damage.
MacBook® not turning On
There are several reasons why your MacBook® could not be turning on like motherboard failure, screen failure, RAM issues, battery failure, etc. Our certified computer repair specialists will isolate these problems and diagnose your MacBook® issues. Don’t worry, no matter what problem your MacBook® has we can solve it for you.
PC Service Dallas is a local hub for computer and cell phone repair conveniently located at Medical District by Dallas downtown. We serve the residents of Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. From MacBooks to PCs, we repair all the devices with any problem. We offer a wide range of services like data recovery, laptop screen repair, virus removal, charging port repair, no power issues, broken hinge repair, Macbook Repair, email setup, HDD upgrade, PC upgrade and more. We provide affordable services to our clients.
We tirelessly try to help our clients with their technological problems. We are located at an easy to find physical address by the Dallas downtown. Our main mantra is helping people. Our core value is to provide our clients with trust and ease to use our services anytime. We dedicate energy and resources to understand our client’s requirements and needs to better serve our clients.
Why Choose Our MacBook® Repair Services?
- No Geek Speak: We always speak in plain simple language free of jargon to communicate effectively with our clients. Our technicians are trained to provide analogies, clear explanatory terms to relay information to our clients, so we are on the same page.
- Data Privacy: We handle your data with the utmost respect. Your devices have all your information like photos, videos, relevant documents, financial reports. When you bring in your device, you trust us with all your essential data. We keep up to your trust and don’t access or store your data unless requested.
- Fast & Affordable: Our mission is to help our clients to the best we can. We often even go out of our way to help our clients in case of need. Our services are the fastest, and rates are most competitive in the DFW area.
- Certified Experts: Our technicians are certified by CompTIA, Apple, and Microsoft validating their skills and competence. Our technicians know what they are doing and get the job done systematically.
- Overall IT Services: If you need more than just virus removal, we are here for you. We offer various hardware, software, network, and security services for our clients at very competitive rates.
- Warranty: We strive to provide a hassle-free service to our clients. We use the highest standard repair parts in the industry and avoid Electro Static Discharge damages by following proper ESD precaution in our repair shop. Our technicians are grounded while repairs to prevent any accidental injuries to your device. So, We are confident about our repairs and cover our repair parts with 3 months warranty to share our confidence with our clients.
We also provide services for other Apple Mac devices other than iMac such as MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, Mac Pro, Mac Mini, iPhone, iPad, etc.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: How do I run a diagnostic on my Mac?
A: Disconnect all external devices except the keyboard and mouse. Shutdown the iMac®. When turning it on Press and hold ‘D’ on your keyboard immediately after you press the power button.
Q: How can I make my old iMac® faster?
A: Quit all the programs that you are not actively using. Reboot your iMac® to refresh the memory of your iMac®. Transfer data from your hard disk drive to an external hard disk drive. Further, you can install an SSD on your old iMac® to get it faster. At PC Service Dallas, we install SSDs professionally.
Q: Will restoring my iMac® make it faster?
A: Restoring your iMac® can make it faster if the problem is coming from the software. However, if you have a failing hard disk drive or bad RAM, this won’t help.
Q: Does my iMac® need antivirus?
A: iMac®s usually don’t need antivirus but as the popularity of iMac®s are growing. There are more viruses made to target macOS. So, it’s a good idea to install an antivirus to be protected from all kinds of viruses.
Q. How Long Do MacBook Repairs Take?
A: It depends on what kind of MacBook Repair you want to get. If it’s an OSX installation and configuration it can be done in 20-35 minutes, but if it’s a logic board repair then it might take a couple of days depending on the availability of parts.
Q. How Long Does MacBook Screen Repair Take?
A: If the MacBook Screen is available at our store then it shouldn’t take more than 30 minutes to get your MacBook Screen repaired but if the screen needs to be ordered then it might take 2-3 business days.
Q. How Much To Repair MacBook Pro Screen?
A: The price depends on which model of MacBook Pro Screen you want to get replaced. The screen replacement for the MacBook Pro model starts at $139.
Q. How To Repair MacBook Air?
A: In order to repair MacBook Air we need to know what the issue is with the MacBook Air. We need to check whether it needs a screen replacement, battery replacement, SSD replacement, ultrasonic cleaning. That is why we perform diagnostics before we give you the repair options for the MacBook Air.
Q. How To Repair MacBook Pro Speaker?
A: Every model of MacBook Pro is different and has different methods of repairing and replacing the MacBook Pro speaker. Let us know which model of MacBook Pro Speaker, you would want to get repaired and we can help you get it repaired.
Q. Does Apple Repair Old MacBooks?
A: Apple repairs Old MacBooks under vintage and obsolete products.
Q. How Much Is MacBook Pro Screen Repair?
A: The pricing of the screen depends on the model number of the MacBook Pro which starts with the letter A followed by 4 numbers. If you can give us the model number, we can tell you the exact price ranging from $139-$799.
Q. How To Repair Mac Os In MacBook Pro?
A: You can repair Mac OS in MacBook Pro by reinstalling the OS that is compatible with your MacBook Pro.
Q. How To Repair MacBook Air Screen?
A: You can repair MacBook Air Screen by taking out the back cover and unscrewing the screws and flexes that hold the screen together and uninstalling the old screen and screwing the new screen onto the MacBook Air.
Q. Does Apple Repair MacBooks In-Store?
A: Depends on what kind of repair is needed for your MacBook. Board repairs are not provided in-store.
Q. How Much To Repair Water Damaged MacBook Air?
A: For the diagnostics and ultrasonic cleaning we charge $79 and for further board repairs it depends on which part needs to be repaired.
Q. How Long Does It Take To Repair MacBook Screen?
A: It depends on the repair procedure required to repair the MacBook Screen and whether the screen is available at the location or not since all models have different procedures and different connector pins.
Q. How Much Do MacBook Repairs Cost?
A: MacBook Repairs can cost anywhere from $60 to $799.
Q. How Much Is A MacBook Screen Repair?
A: MacBook Screen Repairs can cost anywhere from $139 to $799.
Q. How Much Is It To Repair A Cracked MacBook Screen?
A: If you can give us the model number of the Cracked MacBook Screen, we can give you an exact price for the Screen Repair.
Q. How Much To Repair Water Damaged MacBook Pro?
A: For the ultrasonic cleaning with board diagnostics it costs $79. In most cases, ultrasonic cleaning will restore liquid damage on MacBook Pro but in case of severe board damage, it might be cost-effective to buy a new laptop.
Q. How To Repair MacBook Battery?
A: If you can tell us what the problem with your MacBook is, we can tell you how to repair your MacBook. If you think that the Battery is the issue, you can just replace the MacBook battery.
Q. How To Repair MacBook Charger Cord?
A: Rather than repairing a charger cord, it is best to get a new one.
Q. How To Repair MacBook Screen?
A: You can repair your MacBook Screen by replacing the old MacBook Screen with a new one.
Q. Where To Repair MacBook Air?
A: PC Service Dallas is a good place to get your MacBook Air repaired.
Q. Where To Repair MacBook Pro?
A: PC Service Dallas is a good place to get your MacBook Pro repaired.
Q. Can I Take My MacBook To Apple Store For Repair?
A: Yes, you can.
Q. How To Repair MacBook Pro?
A: If you let us diagnose your MacBook Pro, we can tell you what needs to be repaired and explain the repair procedure to you.
Q. How To Repair Permissions On MacBook?
A: You can click the lock icon for where you want to use permission on MacBook and enter your MacBook passcode.
Q. Does Apple Repair Cracked MacBook Screens?
A: Yes, Apple repairs cracked MacBook Screens and they have an Apple Care+ price and an out of warranty price for it.
Q. How Much Does It Cost To Repair A MacBook?
A: The cost of the repair depends on the type of repair needed for your MacBook.
Q. How Much Does It Cost To Repair MacBook Pro Screen?
A: The cost differs according to the model of the MacBook Pro Screen that needs to get replaced.
Q. How Much To Repair Screen On MacBook Pro?
A: The cost is different according to the model of the MacBook Pro Screen that needs to get replaced.
Q. How To Repair MacBook?
A: What kind of repair do you want to do on your MacBook? if you know that then we can help you or you could bring your MacBook to us and we can diagnose and repair your MacBook for you.
Q. How To Repair MacBook Charger?
A: It’s better to get a new charger.
Q. How To Repair MacBook Charger Cable?
A: For a better charging for your MacBook, you should get a new charging cable.
Q. How To Repair Slow MacBook Pro?
A: You can speed up your Slow MacBook pro by upgrading your MacBook Pro components like RAM, storage, etc.
Q. Can A MacBook Be Repaired After Water Damage?
A: MacBook can be repaired after water damage after ultrasonic cleaning and in-board repair for damaged circuits.
Q. Can A MacBook With Water Damage Be Repaired?
A: Yes, a water damaged MacBook can be repaired.
Q. Can Apple Repair Water Damage MacBook?
A: Yes, Apple can repair water damaged MacBook.
Q. Can Water Damaged MacBook Be Repaired?
A: Yes, a water damaged MacBook can be repaired.
Q. Does Apple Repair Water Damaged MacBooks?
A: Yes, Apple can repair water damaged MacBook.
Q. Does Apple Store Repair MacBooks?
A: Yes, Apple store repair MacBooks but make sure you get a genius reservation at http://www.apple.com/retail/geniusbar/
Q. How Long Does Apple Repair Take MacBook Pro?
A: The MacBook Pro repair from Apple could take anywhere from 2 days to 2 weeks.
Q. How Long Does It Take To Repair A MacBook Screen?
A: Depending on the part availability and repair procedure, the time it takes to repair a MacBook Screen differs. It can be anywhere from 10 minutes to 2-3 business days.
Q. How Much Does A MacBook Pro Screen Repair Cost?
A: Depending on the model of the MacBook Pro the price of the Screen is different.
Q. How Much Does A MacBook Screen Repair Cost?
A: Depending on the model of the MacBook Pro the price of the Screen repair is different.
Q. How Much Does It Cost To Repair A MacBook Keyboard?
A: Depending on the issue of your MacBook keyboard, the pricing differs and can be anywhere from $29 to $229.
Q. How Much Does It Cost To Repair A MacBook Pro?
A: It depends on the type of repair needed to repair MacBook Pro.
Q. How Much Does It Cost To Repair A MacBook Screen?
A: It might take anywhere from $139 to $799 depending on the model number of the MacBook Screen.
Q. How Much Does It Cost To Repair MacBook Air Screen?
A: It depends on the model of the MacBook Air you want to get repaired.
Q. How Much Does It Cost To Repair MacBook Keyboard?
Q. How Much Does MacBook Pro Screen Repair Cost?
A: It might take anywhere from $139 to $799 depending on the model number of the MacBook Pro Screen.