What’s so special about the MacBook Retina Display?

Hi there everyone- I’m feeling a bit worn out from the week at Mission Repair and I’m breathing a sigh of relief that it’s Friday afternoon and that just feels good!

It’s been one of those weeks – the first week of March – that has really given me a run for the money. March is always the start of our busy season here at Mission Repair and the repair swell has begun. February was an astounding month as well when we announced our MacBook Retina Screen Repair service, which has been a huge seller over the last couple of weeks.

Why is the MacBook with Retina screen different than any other laptop screen repair? What’s the big deal? Let’s take a look inside:

Stripping the 15" Retina Screen from the frame of a MacBook....

Stripping the 15″ Retina Screen from the frame of a MacBook….

Notice that the glass is fused to the LCD.  This is a huge difference over the previous version Unibody MacBook!

Notice that the glass is fused to the LCD. This is a huge difference over the previous version Unibody MacBook!

What’s all the hype about? Well repair centers will have a tough time with this repair. Well, repair centers other than us here at Mission Repair 😉

We can receive your 15″ MacBook Pro Retina Display Laptop, disassemble the upper have like we show here, separate the glass from the LCD and replace the glass with a new panel. That is, if you ever need to have your glass or LCD replaced, (or both!) – because it’s become cracked of course.

That’s what we do here at Mission Repair- we are in the business of solving your computer and hand-held device issues; especially fixing cracked screens on iPhones, iPods and computers. And tablets. And Smartphones. You get the picture.

So remember us if you ever have a need to repair your brand new MacBook Retina Screen. We can solve that problem for you and give you the peace of mind that you need when the manufacturer doesn’t. Mission Repair, the Intelligent Choice.

Best, Ryan

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