Replacement Parts

We stock each and every part of your MacBook with us. Just Visit our store and get your MacBook issue solved. Below are some of the parts that we stock.

MacBook Battery Replacement

If it seems like your MacBook running out of power more quickly than it should be it might be time to get its battery replaced.

The quickest way to see if your macbook’s battery is in good health is by click battery the battery icon in the upper-right corner of your computer screen while holding the option key.

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MacBook Keyboard Replacement

The keyboards in certain MacBook, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro models may exhibit one or more of the following behaviors:

1) Letters or characters repeat unexpectedly

2) Letters or characters do not appear

3) Key(s) feel “sticky” or do not respond in a consistent manner

MacBook Screen Replacement

Retina display is a brand name used by Apple for its series of IPS LCD and OLED displays that have a higher pixel density than traditional Apple displays.

Screen size 13.3 in (340 mm) 15.4 in (390 mm) 16 in (406 mm)

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MacBook Adapter Replacement

Macbook adapters are available in 29W, 30W, 45W, 60W, 61W, 85W, and 87W varieties. There are three types of Macbook adapters available for macbook notebooks USB-C, MegSafe, MegSafe2. MegSafe has two types of Pins i.e. L Shaped and T Shaped. By chaking Voltage reading and shape of cable you should buy adapter. At DNA Computers we will help you to selecting correct Macbook charger

MacBook HDD/SSD Replacement

Apple offers SSD storage in sizes of 64, 128 and 256 gigabytes in the MacBook Air, and 128, 256 and 512GB in the MacBook Pro. All MacBook Pro models include a standard hard drive by default, but all of them can be upgraded to an SSD in any of the above sizes.

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MacBook RAM Replacement

Memory (RAM) is a temporary storage medium used by your Mac's CPU. Essentially, it's a short-lived storage space where data for processes is kept whilst you're running them. Your CPU can access the data stored in RAM far faster than it can information held on a hard drive for example. This makes it vital to the smooth operation of your Mac. So is it a good idea to upgrade your RAM? Well, in many instances - yes. Put simply, RAM upgrades are one of the cheapest and easiest ways to get new life out of an old Mac.


Affordable + Professional Services

A+ PARTS

We use A+ grade parts for the replacement of MacBook. This means that all the parts used are of the highest quality.

INVENTORY

We keep a stock of all the necessary parts of a MacBook. So isn't it easy to replace and save time?

FAIR PRICE

We charge you for the service and the part replaced. There is no hidden cost.

Frequently asked questions

Absolutely, we repair MacBook screen all the time and it’s much cheaper than buying a new MacBook. Contact us for a free quick quote, we have the majority of MacBook model screens available in stock every time and can normally replace your screen the same day!

No. Your data is stored in either your SSD or hard drive (HDD). These storage devices are non-volatile, ie the data does not get erased when the power to them is removed. When you replace your battery, as long as no damage is done to them, your storage devices will keep their data.