Wednesday, August 11th, 2010
Hello again everyone from hot and toasty Kansas City! I just snapped a screenshot for proof:
Moving along… We’ve seen an increase in broken MacBook and MacBook Pro unibody glass lately. Are people more reckless with their computers this time of year? Is it because school is starting back up and students are having their computers repaired before they are back on campus? Are people just more active during the summer months? I don’t have the answer, but we’re seeing a lot of these:
Although this kind of damage is pretty tragic for anyone who has it happen to them, it’s pretty much business as usual for the guys here at iResQ. We have an excellent stock of glass panels for all unibody MacBook and MacBook Pro models. Oh yeah, and by replacing the glass panel only rather than the entire top half of your computer, you can save some major cash.
Thanks for reading, and don’t forget to check out Eric and Mick’s recent blogs — they have coupons!
Until next time,
Formerly known as ipodresq, macresq, powerbookresq. iResQ is pronounced "irescue" or "i rescue"
*Information on our 24-hour policy is located in our FAQ section.
iResQ is not affiliated with Apple Inc., and is an independent service and repair entity. All Apple logos used on this site are a trademark of Apple Inc..
Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, iPhone, iBook, PowerBook, MacBook, iMac, Mac Pro, MacBook Pro, and iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc.,
registered in the U.S. and other countries. ResQ Systems, LLC, D.B.A.
Android is a trademark of Google Inc.. The Android robot is reproduced or modified from work created and shared by Google and used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License.