• The environmental impact of disposing a laptop

    In this techno-savvy world, almost every person owns an electronic gadget. Most actually own a few of them. However, when any issue occurs, most of us prefer purchasing a new one instead of fixing it. This eventually leads to the ever increasing problem of e-waste, which if not dumped properly, can lead to negative consequences - which includes the environment.

  • What to do when your MacBook starts overheating

    If you find your MacBook consistently overheating, it's a sign that you may need to diagnose it ASAP. However, at 2 in the morning while watching Netflix, no MacBook repair service will be able to assist with your request. Thus, here a few tips that you can follow if your MacBook starts heating up.
  • Is it worth repairing an old MacBook or should you buy a new one?

    Despite having amazing features, it’s undeniable that even a MacBook can have battery issues after a certain point in time and eventually, you will start looking for repair. However, in a situation like this, a lot of us would consider purchasing a new MacBook instead of fixing an old one. Read on to find out some of the considerations to take note of when deciding this big dilemma. 

  • Tips in finding a reliable MacBook Repair Centre

    Despite the number of features that a MacBook has, you can’t change the fact that it will experience issues after a period of time. When that happens, it is important to analyse beforehand with regards to the cost and the warranty period, as well as review its services when choosing a MacBook repair service centre.
  • How much to pay for MacBook Pro battery replacement services in Singapore?

    Replacing a MacBook Pro's battery is definitely a lot cheaper than buying a brand-new laptop. However, instead of spending a few hundred dollars just to replace your MacBook's battery at the Apple store, consider other cheaper alternatives that could easily save you at least 30% of the cost.
  • Enhance your MacBook performance with our repair services

    Despite the great performance of the MacBook, it is also not susceptible to faults and common laptop issues. From apps running slow to intermittent shutdowns, here are a few tips on how to ensure that your MacBook is performing well all the time.
  • How to save your MacBook from water damage

    Accidentally spilled some water on your laptop and not sure what to do next? Fret not, as you might still be able to save it from being damaged further. Read on to see how how you can save your MacBook from water damage, and at the same time keeping yourself safe while doing it. 

  • How to keep your MacBook Air safe and functional with repair services

    The MacBook Air is a great laptop for both study and work due to its lightness and great performance. However, as a user you might encounter several of these common issues that might hinder your everyday use. Read on more to find out how you can tackle some of these issues. 
  • What the right to repair means for an Apple user

    Some of you may have heard it but what exactly is the right to repair ?
    Who does it concern and how does it concern you as an Apple user?
  • How Apple prevents you from repairing your MacBook

    It’s no secret that big tech companies don’t want you to mend, modify or repair your own devices despite you paying and owning it. They would rather you bring it to their own service stores for repair and not to a 3rd party whenever there’s an issue with your device. This article lists out how Apple has sneakily designed features within the product and the system to ensure that consumers do not repair their devices on their own. 

  • Is AppleCare worth your money?

    After spending a ton on a MacBook, the latest iPhone model and the new AirPods to go with it, you now have the conundrum on whether you should be getting the AppleCare+ plans as well. Here, we will list out some of the package plans under the AppleCare+ plans and what are some of the considerations that you should be aware of before purchasing it.

  • The uncomfortable truth about Planned Obsolescence in tech

    You've never heard of it, and you probably might not know it existed but planned obsolescence -  building of a product with a limited useful life so that it becomes obsolete after awhile - has become increasingly commonplace. This article will cover how big tech companies use it to ensure that their revenue continues to grow.