mac Service Center offers virtually all types of IT repairs.
At apple lab, a repair always starts with us troubleshooting your product. Then you get an overview of what is wrong and an offer for the repair.
We carry out most of our repairs within 1-3 days. In addition, you have the option of having your repair done expressly, which means that your computer will be debugged immediately, and thus the repair can often be done within a few hours.
We have five departments spread across Zealand.
All departments have a fully functional workshop and associated shop / showroom where it is possible to buy macbook and accessories. Among other things, we have a large range of used quality computers, as well as everything in accessories for computers and smartphones.
In addition to having service, repair and equipment in the shops, you also have the opportunity to order an external technician to come to your home and help with your IT problems.
You can read more about our external IT support here .
You can read much more about which services we offer by clicking on the menu "services"
How long does a repair take?
The normal repair time is approx. 1-3 days
With "express repair", the case is usually completed within 24 hours.
However, the repair time may depend on whether spare parts have to be ordered at home.
For minor repairs, we can repair your mac immediately while you wait.
We do not carry out repairs until we have agreed it with the customer, and therefore you as a customer are always guaranteed a financially manageable and fair treatment.
If you are in doubt about whether we can help you, stop by one of our stores with your i mac or MAC.
You are also welcome to call us on tel. 0171520008
There is no appointment for repairs.
The most common PC repairs we perform are:
Upgrade to SSD
Replacing Power Supplies (PSU)
Hard disk replacement
Recovery of Data from Defective Hard Drives (Data Recovery, Disk Recovery)
Reinstalling Operating Systems (Windows 7.0, 8.0, 10.0) MAC OS.
Removal of Virus, Spyware, Malware and general optimization of Windows