Hello curious 13″ MacBook Unibody readers! We were successful in removing the glass panel from a screen assembly without destroying it. This is a feat in and amongst some Guinness World Record criteria. I swear 😉
Well, it’s not easy, that’s for sure. We’ve had several customers send their units in that have cracked LED LCD panels, but the glass is in tact. These new Unibody units are so thin and lightweight- it’s awesome. However small “accidents” are causing screen problems for many customers, including LED LCD cracks and glass cracks. The glass is remarkably thin as well!
Removed without damage. Cool!
Nice dust seal attached to LED LCD.
To get a glimpse of all of our 13″ Macbook Unibody Glass and LED LCD removal pics that we took today, visit our page here!
We are very close to having our glass panels arrive from manufacturing, so soon we’ll be able to drastically reduce the price on this repair and we’ll pass the savings on to the customer, I promise! Until then, we are still performing 13″ MacBook Unibody Glass/LCD Repairs by replacing the entire upper housing and they are working great. Stay tuned for more updates on this repair!
Well, good morning-
We’re working on the 13″ MacBook Unibody Glass Screen Repair at the moment (Kyle was able to remove the glass without cracking it – this is a positive note!) We’ll be posting pictures very soon on the 13″ MacBook Unibody Glass Removal, stay tuned!
But I just had to talk about our weather here in Kansas City for a moment. It was 70 Degrees as a high yesterday. Pretty nice for February. Then this morning, at about 9:30 am, snowballs started dropping from the sky. These were the biggest flakes I’ve seen in a long time. Ann, as she was looking outside, mentioned that she felt like she was in a snow globe. Yup, it was pretty interesting! I had to step out and take a quick picture from our front door for nostalgia.
Ok, talk to you again later this afternoon with some 13″ MacBook Unibody Glass “answers”.
See ya, Ryan