So my job kind of forced me into taking over Apple repairs. It’s not like it’s a bad thing, it really isn’t. I’ve had a Mac Book (late 2008 model) for almost one year. It’s been a great machine and hands down, without a doubt, I would purchase it again. In fact, I’m trying to save up to either get the 15” MBP or the new 27” iMac (which I must admit has one of the most beautiful screens ever produced [LED 16:9]).
So far I’ve worked mainly with a few Power Mac G5s. I did take a part a recent MacBook which had some coffee spilt on it. Unfortunately I was not able to save that MB. I have a few others lined up. So far in all honesty, it isn’t as bad as I thought it was.
For a long time now I’ve wanted to get into repairing Macs. It’s been in my mind for I don’t know how long, maybe the past 2 years. I just haven’t had the time or motivation to do it. On top of that, what would I practice on? I learn best hands on. I finally kind of got forced into it. I just said screw it, put my game face on and took it to task. So far it’s been okay. Google has undoubtedly helped me a million times over. Where would this world be without the great G? LOL.