We’re located by the University of Austin at 2410 San Antonio Street, Austin, TX 78705. You can drop off your laptop for repair and we will call you the moment it is ready for pickup.
For in-production laptops:
We only use Grade A, new LCDs for in-production laptops: not pulls from other laptops or dead-pixel rejects. Screens with dead pixels and obvious issues are intensely discounted: we avoid this stock entirely.
For out of production laptops:
For machines that have gone out of production, we use stock that we had purchased while they were in production of Grade A, new LCDs. Once we have exhausted all stock of new LCDs, we may use LCD assemblies sold in bulk from demo/store display model machines that were parted out, and search for the best available.
Over the past several years, Apple has done everything they can to close off the supply chain of LCDs to their devices. Whereas in the past, we used to be able to buy Grade A LCDs from LG brokers that matched devices perfectly, we are now only able to source used but good quality display assemblies to many modern Macbooks. This has two disadvantages:
As a result, we may not be able to offer a better deal than the Apple store for your specific repair, and stock varies by availability at the time. Please call in to ask for availability & pricing for your model - if we are not a better deal than the Apple store, we will happily tell you rather than take your money. This pains us as our business started performing affordable, fast screen repairs using OEM Grade A parts, but Apple has won here - panel brokers will not sell us the LCDs that go into Macbooks anymore.
If this bothers you, feel free to let Apple know & encourage them to support Right to Repair!
Prices depend on the model and year of your machine. Model # can be found on the bottom of the laptop, in prescription-drug-side-effects sized font. If you have any trouble determining your model, give us a call or contact us via live chat and we’ll get you sorted out!
We offer these repairs for your display:
Some machines do not have a front glass, and on some machines, we can only get the whole assembly due to supply chain limitations.
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