We offer cracked screen repair through replacement of your LCD panel and/or glass screen, depending on whichever is damaged. This cracked screen below looks pretty bad, with the horizontal and vertical colored lines and “shatter” image covering most of the screen. This type of cracking is common when the computer is closed on a small object like headphones.
But we say this Mac was lucky, because the glass panel on the front of the display is totally intact. For these Non-Retina models, the glass and LCD screen are separate parts. We are able to offer cracked screen repair for this model by replacing just the LCD panel and preserving the original glass face. You might notice that there is a plastic case on this laptop. Yep, screens can be damaged even if the laptop has a case! This 13 inch MacBook Pro A1278 was able to be repaired in under 24 hours for under $200.
The newer Retina version 13 inch MacBook Pro has a thinner bezel around the LCD panel in the display, and doesn’t have the silver “MacBook Pro” branding at the bottom of the screen. Another easy way to tell the Retina models apart from the older unibody MacBook Pros is to look for the DVD slot on the side of the computer. The newer models do not have an optical drive. This MacBook Pro has several cracks across the surface of the screen diagonally, you may be able to see them in the photo, they look like hairline fractures under the glass. These cracks cause discolorations on the display in the form of vertical and horizontal lines, and blurry colors. For this laptop’s cracked screen repair, we replaced the entire screen as one piece for a great looking result.
Do you need your MacBook Pro display repaired? We offer both LCD and Glass replacements for MacBook Pros. Take a look at our pricing on our MacBook Pro Display Repair page.
We also offer fast and affordable screen repairs for MacBook Air computers. Here’s a 2013 13 inch MacBook Air with pink and purple bleeding on the screen from a cracked LCD panel. The cracks are internal, so the surface of the screen will seem to be smooth, but the blobs and colors on screen are a clear sign of LCD problems. It might look like the front of the computer was colored on by a toddler with a marker, but really this laptop was shut with a single Skittles candy left on the keyboard. Oops! Simple accidents can easily break the screens on these thin and light laptops.
Here’s a broken LCD on the above Air’s smaller cousin–the 11 inch MacBook Air.
As you can see from the small dent on the upper left corner, this little Mac has had a rough and tumble life. However it’s actually the tiny crack in the bottom right corner that is causing the lines and white bars on the screen. The small crack wasn’t too noticeable at first, but got worse over time. The solution to this problem is removing the damaged LCD panel and installing a brand new LCD. This service is much more affordable than a new display assembly, or a new MacBook Air. We love getting these neat little computers fixed up and back to work through our cracked screen repair service.
We specialize in MacBook Air screen repair. We have an industry leading 24 hour turnaround, and competitive pricing. If you have a broken screen on your Mac and are unsure what service you need, please fill out the form below and we will get back to you within a few hours.