We know it happens and Mission Repair is here to help. Read below for a few details and a look inside.
At Mission Repair, we’ve been performing this repair by replacing the entire TOP lid of the unit. This ensures a factory seal between the glass and the LCD inside of the rear housing. At this point, it appears that it’s the only “right” way to repair your cracked Unibody Glass. We are working diligently on a new solution and Mission Repair’s replacement glass panels are in the final stages of
manufacturing. Soon we’ll be able to replace that cracked MacBook Pro
Unibody Glass at a significantly lower price than the competition. For now let us take you inside of the MacBook Pro Screen Assembly for the technician in all of us. . .this is for information only but if you have any questions let us know!
MacBook Pro Unibody Widescreen Notebook
2.53GHz Intel Core 2 Duo; 6MB Shared Level 2 Cache
4GB DDR3 SDRAM
320GB 5400RPM Hard Drive
15.4″ LED Glossy Widescreen Display
NVIDIA GeForce 9400M and NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT Graphics Processors with 512MB of GDDR3 memory
Here are a few internal shots. You saw it here first!
Please call us if you have any questions, or send us an email and we’ll be more than happy to respond!
Click below to order our next-day repair service for either the 13″ MacBook Unibody or 15″ MacBook Pro Unibody, installed by Apple Macintosh Certified Technicians!
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13″ MacBook Glass, LED Screen and Upper Housing Assembly!
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