The MacBench offers the most cost effective options to repair your computer. We service from failed hard drives, logic board failures, cosmetic fixes, Apple/Mac/iPhone/iPad Screen Repair, etc.
At The MacBench, if Apple has a cheaper option, we can offer to facilitate that repair through Apple. We want to ensure you have all the info needed to get your device back in working order with the best repair experience possible.
Please let us know through the contact page what issues you are experiencing along with the serial number and/or specs of your computer. Or feel free to give us a call at 734-404-5021. We will get back to you with an estimate and what solutions would work best for you.
IN-STORE REPAIR LABOR RATES
Diagnostic Fee – $45 (diagnostic fee is waived if you choose to have it repaired)
Labor – $79/hr
All Retina Display Replacement – $550
*Includes Parts & Labor
**Ask About Models 2016 and Later
SSD Upgrades (Non-Retina):
250GB – $199
500GB – $250
1TB – $350
Storage Increase For MacBook Air and Retina MacBook Pros
(Excludes 2016 And Newer MacBook Pros):
256GB FLASH – $300
512GB FLASH – $475
1TB FLASH – $775
MacBook Pro Battery Replacement (Non-Retina) – $99
MacBook Air Battery Replacement – $99
Track Pad Replacement (Non-Retina) – $50
ON-SITE SERVICE RATES
Can't bring your Apple product in? Schedule a technician to repair your Apple on location. Contact us to schedule an appointment
Flat Rate of $105/Hour (Minimum 1 Hour)
Packages of 10 or more hours are available and start at $100/hr.
Front Glass/Screen Replacement
Apple iPhone 5/5S/5C/SE – $79
Apple iPhone 6 – $89
Apple iPhone 6 Plus – $89
Apple iPhone 6s – $99
Apple iPhone 6s Plus – $99
Apple iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 8, & X – Not Available
$50 for any one (1) of the following for iPhone 5/5C/5S/6/6Plus:
iPad 1st gen glass replacement – Not Available
iPads 2/3/4 Glass replacement – $109 *While Supplies Last*
iPad Air Glass Replacement – $119 *While Supplies Last*
iPad Air 2 & iPad Pro Repairs - At this time, it's more cost effective to take these devices to Apple for an out of Warranty device swap. Check out this link on Apple's website for more info.