MacBook Unibody Repair

+65-6454 6189

+65-6454 6189

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The unibody is the entire section of your Mac made of aluminium that encases everything. It is an important part of the MacBook because it protects the innards from damage due to impact. No machine can operate without a unibody. The Mac’ type is special because it is made of a resilient, strong and durable material. Our laptop doctors in Singapore handles MacBook unibody repair due to bent and broken parts of the unibody although these form of damages fall in the least likely scale. Sometimes it is necessary for the entire unibody to be replaced because of nasty scratches and dents that destroy your computer’s appeal.
LaptopDoctor – Apple repair specialist based in Singapore since 1997. MacBook unibody repair services.

Quek Fu Sheng
Quek Fu Sheng
Felt the fees are reasonable and the uncle seems to be honest and nice.
Megan Ou
Megan Ou
I am still waiting for my quote yet I already knew this shop is honest and why they are getting good reviews. I have goggle and eliminate out what repair likely needed for my system. Very honest reply and not trying to profit by telling me what other parts I may need to replace which is not require. Highly recommended!!!
Kee Yong Tiong
Kee Yong Tiong
William K is very professional, and all-round nice person. I would recommend his professional opinion and skills 200%.
Henry Sim
Henry Sim
Henry Lau
Henry Lau
Changed the keyboard in just over an hour and it works as new. Fantastic!
Kenny Tan
Kenny Tan
William was very professional with his advise and knew immediately what the issues were with my laptop. He was also very honest with my requirements and didn’t try to push a higher end/higher priced product. Laptop was fixed extremely promptly as well! 10/10 would recommend
Arya Satya Naratama
Arya Satya Naratama
Very fast quality service. Responsive and willing to advise.
Isabelle Hoe
Isabelle Hoe
Thank you William for saving my macbook air! Professional, responsive, helpful, great quality and value! 🙂 Highly recommended
Pamela Pang
Pamela Pang
I am very glad that I brought my Mac Air to William. He was able to tell me on the spot what was wrong and had the parts to fix the Mac Air in less than 20min. An earlier shop wanted me to leave the unit for diagnostic and waiting period was two days. William did not even need 5 min to tell me what was wrong. Later I found out Laptop Doctor has been around for 20 over years ! I am so blessed to have clicked Laptop Doctor. It was the last piece of LCD in his store but William was prepared to lend me one laptop if necessary. Price was very good too. Rating: A ****
Albert Poon
Albert Poon
William is the most efficient and helpful and proficient laptop specialist that I have met. He helped me on the spot and recovered my data immediately. I would recommend him 100% to anyone. You will not be disappointed. I would give him A+++. Thanks again William.

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How The Unibody Should Look Like


It should have rounded edges, with the front ones being identical just as the ones in the back. A dent in the edges is easy to spot. You would see a small depression informing you that your computer may have slammed on the floor. If you are buying a new product, check well for dents at the edges.

Rubber Bottoms

Glossy rubber bottom under your Mac function to suspend it above the desk surface. The space between your Mac and the desk allows for air to seep in and out between the gap. The rubbers primarily function to grip the surface so that your computer does not slide around unsteadily. The rubbers also prevent scratching of the unibody as you shift your Mac from one surface to another. A complete unibody should have all the rubber bottoms. To identify a missing rubber, check for an empty shallow hole under your laptop.

The Ports

The unibody has ports that allow for connection to external devices. There are ports for external disk drives, power cables, HDMI, flash drives and whole sectioned opening for the air to get in to and out as circulated by the fan. Certain unibody ports and opening may be blocked, and this would hinder vital functions of the computer. Check to see that the ports are free. If your computer suffered a fall, the ports may be misaligned and hence connecting devices to them may prove difficult. In this case, the repair would entail opening up the unibody and returning every component that is out of place to its original location.


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Unibody Repair & Replacement

Repair and replacement of the unibody take no more than a day in most circumstances. A MacBook unibody repair process normally entails straighten out bent regions, smouldering parts that are cracked and polishing off scratches and stains. We use original Apple manufactured unibodies to replace computer’s old one. Be cautious about repair agents offering overly cheap replacements. The unibody material may not be aluminium after all. We recommend unibody replacement for machines that have suffered extensive scratches and wear. This is because it may be difficult to read the letters on the keyboard or even understand the writings that describe specifications under your computer.

Pick & Drop Services

We offer pick and drop services for busy clients. Our dispatch service personnel would come by your place upon request. You can expect a brand new unibody on the same day. Your computer would look spick and span!


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