Yes. Whether you have a MacBook, MacBook Air, or MacBook Pro, the screen can be replaced. Depending on the version, this could mean the entire display assembly has to be replaced or the glass and LCD/LED display can be replaced separately.
To go into further detail, most laptops released before 2013 have glass that is separate from the display. Apple’s MacBook and MacBook Pro with Retina displays are adhered to the glass, meaning the entire display assembly will need to be replaced.
Maybe. This really depends on the model you have. It is possible to replace the memory modules (RAM) on most apple laptops that were released before 2013. MacBook Air and any MacBook or MacBook Pro with a Retina display will have the memory soldered to the logic board, making it impossible to upgrade.
This could be one of several things. If the device had taken a big fall recently, you could have damaged the LCD/LED display. If you don’t suspect any physical damage to the screen, try powering the device down by holding the power button down for about 10 seconds (if you have a MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, hold the Touch ID button down instead). Unplug any accessories or external monitors from the computer and restart. If you still do not have any success, it most likely is related to the display.
Always make sure your computer is either plugged into a working power adapter or has a charged battery. You can attempt to reset the SMC by following these steps for your MacBook, MacBook Air, or MacBook Pro:
If you are still having issues powering the device, it may be hardware related. In that event we suggest you bring it in to your local Experimax to troubleshoot.
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