Warranty & AppleCare + Repairs
Apple Certified Technicians
No Appointment Necessary
We can service your iPad or iPad mini. Whether your iPad is under Apple’s limited warranty, AppleCare + or out of warranty we can help.
If our diagnostics find that your iPad has a hardware failure you will receive a replacement iPad, typically the next business day. The replacement iPad will be the same model as your current iPad. If you iPad was engraved by Apple, a replacement can take up to 2 weeks.
Please make sure to back up your iPad before bringing it in for repair.
Monday – Friday
9am – 5:30pm
10am – 4pm
Monday – Saturday:
10am – 8pm
12pm – 6pm
Monday – Saturday:
10am – 7pm
Common Repair Questions
Do you fix out of warranty Macs?
Yes we can repair your out of warranty Mac. For all out of warranty repairs our diagnostic fee starts as low as $45. Once we diagnose the problem we will contact you with an estimate for the repair. This price does include the diagnostic fee. Once approval is received we will give you and updated completion date estimate and proceed with the repair.
Do you fix computers under Apple's limited warranty or AppleCare?
Yes. We can fix any Mac covered under Apple’s limited one year warranty or Apple Care Protection Plan. Just bring your Mac in for service and if the repair is covered under warranty or Apple Care we will fix it and call you when its ready for pickup, all at no charge. If the repair is not covered we will call you with an estimate.
How long will it take to repair my computer?
There are many variables when working with non-working computers, however it is our goal to have your computer examined and diagnosed within two business days. For warranty repairs we will order Apple genuine parts the same day. For non-warranty repairs we will call you with an estimate before proceeding. Typically once we have approval repairs are finished within one to two business days. If you need your Mac back sooner we do offer priority service options. Please talk to our service representative for details at each location.
What should I do before I bring my computer in for service?
Always have a good backup, while we always try to preserve your data, it is always a good idea to keep a good backup. If you have Mac OS X 10.5 or newer you can use Time Machine to back up to and external hard drive. Its is alway better to have a backup before you start experiencing problems. We carry a wide variety of external hard drive perfect for use with Time Machine.
Also make notes, pay attention to the sequence of events leading up to your problem so we can make accurate notes when you bring in your Mac for service.
Do you upgrade hard drives, RAM or other components?
We do provide upgrades for your Mac. The most common upgrades are hard drives and memory. Want another upgrade? Just contact our service department so we can evaluate upgrade possibilities. We can also assistance with software upgrades.