Macintosh computers, or Macs for short, are fantastic machines. Unfortunately they do tend to cost more than their Windows based siblings. It is possible to get your Mac repaired inexpensively, however, and the good news is that Apple Macintosh computers last longer and hold their value better than any other computer brand. Mac repairs and upgrades are no problem, whether you need a new notebook or laptop screen for your iMac, Power Book, Mac Book, Mac Book Pro (Unibody or otherwise) or any other sort of LCD repair. Hard drive upgrades, memory, and other repairs are all available as well and are relatively inexpensive. These upgrades can make your computer last longer and keep it running for years to come. Many old Macs are still in use today, even the old G4 is still capable of running many programs and operating systems such as Tiger, Leopard, and Snow Leopard. If your Macintosh needs repair then rest assured you won't have to break the bank to do so. Macintosh computers are some of the finest hardware on the market today. Like all computers however, sometimes Macs need repairs and upgrades too. Whether your machine needs more memory, a new hard drive, or has a cracked screen it can be repaired, and inexpensively too. Mac Books, Mac Book Pros, Mac Pros, iMacs, Power Books, iPods, iPhones, and iTouches can all be fixed or upgraded. Unlike other Mac stores and third party computer repair shops, we don't mark up our prices just because of the Apple name. You'll get the same high quality service as our Windows customers without having to pay a premium. Mac repairs can usually be completed with a quick turnaround and at a fraction of the cost of our competitors.
Macintosh computers are great machines, but like all of them, they do need repairs, upgrades, and regular maintenance. That's where San Diego Computer Repair comes in. We can do just about anything to your MacBook, MacBook Pro, iBook, PowerBook, iMac, Mac Pro, or whatever flavor of computer you've got. Everything from LCD screen repairs on the notebooks to upgrades in hard drive sizes and memory. The best part about our services for Macs is that unlike most Apple specialty shops (and the Apple stores themselves), we don't mark up our hardware. Underneath the hood, many PCs and Apples use exactly the same components, so why should you have to pay double? You shouldn't. Contact us to get a quote and find out how we can fix your computer and save you money at the same time.