My Apple Rx goal is to provide you with reliable and dependable information about what to do if your Apple product breaks and needs to be repaired. Hopefully from this blog you will learn the proper steps that you need to take in having your Apple product repaired be your iPad, iPhone or MacBook Pro.
The first step you need to take before you do anything else after you know that your Apple product is broken is to make sure that it is under warranty. If it is under warranty then there is a good chance that Apple will be able to repair it for little or nothing depending on what needs to be repaired on it. However, with that in mind there are some things that Apple does not repair if your Apple product is under warranty. These things include iPhone and MacBook screens or any Apple product that has suffered water damage.
My Apple Rx next recommends that if your Apple product is not under warranty that you try to find a certified Apple tech that will be able to repair your Apple product. Many Apple technicians will be able to repair Apple products for cheaper than Apple itself will. The reason for this is that many of them are self-employed and do not have the overhead that a company like Apple does. However, when hiring an Apple certified technician you need to be sure that they are in good standing with the business community.
However, to start your search for a certified Apple technician My Apple Rx recommends that you Google the search term for what one of your Apple products needs to be repaired. Such as “iPhone repair, iPad repair, MacBook Repair, MacBook Pro repair.” From these searches you should be able to find the right Apple technician to repair your Apple product.
Also from this research you should get a good cost estimate as to how much it will cost to repair your Apple Product. My Apple Rx recommends that you do good research in this area. This could save you from being charged too much. Most Apple repair technicians are honest and are not out to overcharge you, however this does not mean that you should not watch your back and make sure that you are not getting overcharged.
The next step in the process is to send your Apple product into the company to be repaired. However, before you do this you want to make sure that they offer FedEx and same day or next day repair. This will save you from waiting days or even weeks to have your Apple product back in your hands.
My Apple Rx recommends http://www.fix-iphones.com/ for all of your Apple repair needs. My Apple Rx hopes that you found this information useful and informative.