If your MacBook Pro’s screen starts to display distorted or fuzzy images, it might be time for a replacement. Our expert technicians can replace the screen in just a few short hours and restore your computer back to its pre-faulty condition.
The MacBook Pro’s screen is made up of several layers including a protective cover, glass panel, and LTPS (low-Temperature Polysilicon) technology. When these layers start to deteriorate, the image displayed on the screen will suffer as a result.
There are many factors that can lead to a faulty MacBook Pro screen such as accidental damage, wear, and tear, or even incorrect installation. In most cases, though, the problem can be diagnosed after some basic troubleshooting steps have been completed.
First and foremost, make sure that you have saved all of your important data before beginning any repairs. If there is anything that needs to be transferred over from the old device to the new one, do so now rather than waiting until after the repair has been carried out.
Once you have confirmed that all of your files are safe and sound, turn off your MacBook Pro completely by pressing and holding down both power buttons at once. If possible, remove any removable storage devices like flash drives before proceeding. Next, remove the battery if it is not already disconnected; this will allow us greater access to certain internal parts of the computer while it is being repaired. Finally, unscrew all of the screws around the edge