Can Apple Repair A Bent Macbook Enclosure



How do you get a dent out of a MacBook lid?

Take the display out of the case if you need to hammer out a dent in the top of the computer. There are small clips holding the display in on either side of the case. Carefully pry it out with the spudger and place it on a soft, lint-free cloth. Don’t remove the display unless you need to work on that part of the case.

Will Apple fix dented MacBook Pro?

All replies. Bring it in to any Apple Store for a free evaluation and estimate. AppleCare+ will help off set the expense of accidental damage: If you have AppleCare+ it will cover a large portion of accidental damage.

How much does it cost to fix a dent on a MacBook Pro?

For a 13” MacBook Pro, the cost is $269. If your screen or external closure is damaged, you’ll have to pay a $99 service fee. Any other damage costs you $299.

Does Apple fix cosmetic damage?

Apple has never offered service for purely cosmetic damage. If it still works fine, then they will not do anything. They only service functional issues with devices.

How do you fix a scratch on a MacBook Air?

There is a MacBook Pro scratch remover for your screen, but it’s more of the homemade variety. You need toothpaste, a soft toothbrush and a soft cloth to get started. Gently spread the toothpaste using the toothbrush and then polish the screen with a soft cloth.

Will Apple Care fix dents?

Officially, Apple will not repair “cosmetic damage”, under which dents, scratches, scrapes, etc.

Are dents covered by Apple Care?

If you have AppleCare+ it will cover a large portion of accidental damage. There will be a cost associated with fixing your dent and scratches on the case.

How do I clean my Mac screen?

To clean the display on your iMac, dampen the cloth that came with your iMac—or another clean, soft, lint-free cloth—with water only, and then wipe the screen. To clean hard-to-remove smudges, you can moisten the cloth with a 70-percent isopropyl alcohol (IPA) solution.

What is cosmetic damage on a Macbook?

Cosmetic damage is damage that does not affect the functionality of a device, though Apple’s definition of this may differ from the user’s. Because it does not affect a device’s functionality, cosmetic damage is not covered by the warranty.

Does AppleCare cover cosmetic damage on Apple Watch?

Unless the issue is due to a manufacturing defect, cosmetic damage – including scratches – is not covered under either Apple’s Limited Warranty or AppleCare+. Your watch may instead be eligible for chargeable, out-of-warranty service.