The MacBook Pro is the latest model in Apple’s popular line of laptops. It features a fast 1.4GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB of memory. Like other MacBooks, the MacBook Pro has a built-in optical drive and a backlit keyboard.
Unfortunately, like all laptop computers, the MacBook Pro can also fail due to faults with its motherboard. A faulty motherboard can cause problems with the computer’s operating system, graphics, memory, or hard drive. In most cases, a Macbook Pro motherboard repair will require the replacement of the entire board.
The MacBook Air is a relatively new model that was released in late 2010. It features an Intel Core i5 CPU and 4GB of RAM. Like other laptops, the MacBook Air has a built-in optical drive and a backlit keyboard. However, one significant difference between the MacBook Air and other laptops is its size: at just 0.96 pounds (415 grams), it is one of the lightest laptop models on the market today.
MacBook repairs that require the replacement of components on the motherboard are not common for the MacBook Air; however, there are a few exceptions where damage to internal connections or thermal paste may necessitate this type of repair. In general, though, repairs that only require.