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Info on cracked 13" MacBook Glass.
 
The Cracked 13" MacBook Unibody Glass Screen Dilemma.  Get a glimpse of the issue here!

No, your cracked MacBook Unibody Glass is not covered under AppleCare warranty.

We know it happens and Mission Repair is here to help.  Read below for a few details and a look inside.

At Mission Repair, we've been performing this repair by replacing the entire TOP lid of the unit.  This ensures a factory seal between the glass and the LCD inside of the rear housing.  At this point, it appears that it's the only "right" way to repair your cracked Unibody Glass.  We are working diligently on a new solution and Mission Repair's replacement glass panels are in the final stages of manufacturing.  Soon we'll be able to replace that cracked MacBook Pro Unibody Glass at a significantly lower price than the competition.  For now let us take you inside of the MacBook Screen Assembly for the technician in all of us. . .this is for information only but if you have any questions let us know!

System Used:

MacBook Unibody Widescreen Notebook
2.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo; 3MB Shared Level 2 Cache
2GB DDR3 SDRAM
160GB 5400RPM Hard Drive
15.4" LED Glossy Widescreen Display
NVIDIA GeForce 9400M Graphics Processor with 256MB of DDR3 memory

Here are a few internal shots.  You saw it here first!


The glass screen, removed from the LED Screen assembly housing.  Yes, we removed it without cracking it!


Another shot of the 13" MacBook Unibody Glass cover.  It's very thin and delicate, removal was not easy.


A closeup of the inside of the glass panel iSight Camera backing plate.  This protects the camera in the housing.


Closeup of the residue that is left behind from the disassembly of the 13" MacBook Unibody laptop.


Weight of the Unibody MacBook glass panel on our "accurate" FedEx scale
reads .25 lbs. 


Weight of the Unibody Macbook LCD panel on our "accurate" FedEx scale reads .65 lbs. 


Closeup of LED Screen label.  Reads:
LP133WX2-TLC2.



A closeup of the foam dust seal around the LED Screen that separates the glass from the Screen.


The back panel of the 13" MacBook Unibody with the glass and LED LCD panel removed.


Closeup of of the iSight camera setup inside the rear housing.



Please call us if you have any questions, or send us an email and we'll be more than happy to respond!

Click below to order our next-day repair service for either the 13" MacBook Unibody or 15" MacBook Pro Unibody, installed by Apple Macintosh Certified Technicians!

Click here to have us install a NEW Unibody:
13" MacBook Glass, LED Screen and Upper Housing Assembly!

Click here to have us install a NEW Unibody:


Info on cracked MacBook Pro Glass.
 
The Cracked MacBook Pro Unibody Glass Screen Dilemma.  Get a glimpse of the issue here!

No, your cracked MacBook Unibody Glass is not covered under AppleCare warranty.

We know it happens and Mission Repair is here to help.  Read below for a few details and a look inside.

At Mission Repair, we've been performing this repair by replacing the entire TOP lid of the unit.  This ensures a factory seal between the glass and the LCD inside of the rear housing.  At this point, it appears that it's the only "right" way to repair your cracked Unibody Glass.  We are working diligently on a new solution and Mission Repair's replacement glass panels are in the final stages of manufacturing.  Soon we'll be able to replace that cracked MacBook Pro Unibody Glass at a significantly lower price than the competition.  For now let us take you inside of the MacBook Pro Screen Assembly for the technician in all of us. . .this is for information only but if you have any questions let us know!

System Used:

MacBook Pro Unibody Widescreen Notebook
2.53GHz Intel Core 2 Duo; 6MB Shared Level 2 Cache
4GB DDR3 SDRAM
320GB 5400RPM Hard Drive
15.4" LED Glossy Widescreen Display
NVIDIA GeForce 9400M and NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT Graphics Processors with 512MB of GDDR3 memory

Here are a few internal shots.  You saw it here first!


The cracked screen, removed from the LED Screen assembly housing.  Yes, we removed it from the upper right!


When the cracked glass panel is picked up, it bends and stays together due to the film attached from BEHIND.


A closeup of the "missing" glass in the upper right.  Notice that it's staying together by plastic film.


The plastic film that is peeling up from BEHIND.  It's very brittle and will not come off in tact.


Measurement of the extremely thin glass reads .54 mm or approximately .022".



Weight of the glass panel on our "accurate" FedEx scale reads .25 lbs.  Remember that the corner is missing!


The entire upper lid assembly, minus the glass front.



A closeup of the foam dust seal around the LED Screen that separates the glass from the Screen.


The LED Screen once removed from the rear housing.  It has a new cable connector and is similar to MacBook Air.


Closeup of LED Screen label.  Reads:
N154C6-L04 Rev. A6



Please call us if you have any questions, or send us an email and we'll be more than happy to respond!

Click below to order our next-day repair service for either the 13" MacBook Unibody or 15" MacBook Pro Unibody, installed by Apple Macintosh Certified Technicians!

Click here to have us install a NEW Unibody:
13" MacBook Glass, LED Screen and Upper Housing Assembly!

Click here to have us install a NEW Unibody:


iPhone 3G Glass and Digitizer Installations.
 
cracked angled iphone
Try not to let it get you down.  Yes, you cracked your 3G iPhone glass. 
Yes, it can be depressing. 
No it's not covered under warranty.

We know it happens and Mission Repair is here to help.  Read below for a few details.

You can choose to buy a new replacement iPhone at full retail (check it out, it's not cheap!) or you can choose the experts here at Mission Repair.  Our process and exclusive iPhone 3G Adhesives are one of a kind and are the BEST way to install a replacement glass panel into an iPhone.  Trust us, we've repaired THOUSANDS of units and have sold cases of adhesives to dealers around the country.  Other repair centers try to "glue" the new glass/digitizer panels, which is a bad idea.  Glue can seep into the home button cavity and then render it useless.  We've also experienced outgassing issues with liquid or gel adhesives that can literally eat away at crucial components within the iPhone over several weeks or months.

The Mission Repair "difference" is in these strips.  Can it be true?  Let us explain.

UPDATE:  READ OUR BLOG "The truth about iPhone 3G digitizer adhesive kits" HERE!
 angled adhesive
cracked iphone glassmidframe iphone 3G3G iphone adhesive stripsiphone midframe with adhesiveFixed Glass 3G iphone
Stage 1
We receive your broken iPhone. You're in good hands.
Stage 2
We remove the broken glass and prep your internal frame.
Stage 3
We reach for our proven adhesive strips.
Stage 4
We install the strips onto your frame.  Notice the FULL coverage.
Stage 5
We install the new glass panel and reassemble your iPhone, perfect!

Our process provides full coverage of the contact points on your internal iPhone 3G frame, which is critical to ensure a long lasting, flush-mounted repair.  You don't want to use a phone that has been "repaired" but has a "spongy" feeling glass.  It should not move.  If you have your iPhone 3G Glass and Digitizer assembly repaired at Mission Repair, it won't.  Please call us if you have any questions, or send us an email and we'll be more than happy to respond!

Click below to order our same-day repair service or if you'd like to try it out for yourself, we also offer replacement iPhone 3G Glass/Digitizers with adhesive kits for self-installations!

Adhesive Hands
Click here to buy and install yourself:
NEW iPhone 3G Glass Panel and a Set of our Adhesives!

Click here to have us perform our 24-hour:


iPod Touch 4 Glass, Digitizer & LCD Installations.
 

Try not to let it get you down.  Yes, you cracked your iPod Touch 4th Generation glass. 
Yes, it can be depressing. 
No it's not covered under warranty.

We know it happens and Mission Repair is here to help.  Read below for a few details.

You can choose to buy a new replacement iPod Touch at full retail (check it out, it's not cheap!) or you can choose the experts here at Mission Repair.  Our process and exclusive iPod Touch Adhesives are one of a kind and are the BEST way to install a replacement glass panel into an iPod.  Trust us, we've repaired THOUSANDS of units and have sold cases of adhesives to dealers around the country.  Other repair centers try to "glue" the new glass/digitizer panels, which is a bad idea.  Glue can seep into the home button cavity and then render it useless.  We've also experienced outgassing issues with liquid or gel adhesives that can literally eat away at crucial components within the iPod Touch over several weeks or months.

The Mission Repair "difference" is in these strips.  Can it be true?  Let us explain.

UPDATE:  READ OUR BLOG "The truth about iPod Touch 4th Generation digitizer adhesive kits" HERE!


 





Stage 1
We receive your broken iPod Touch. You're in good hands.
Stage 2
We remove the broken glass and prep your internal frame.
Stage 3
We reach for our proven adhesive strips.
Stage 4
We install the strips onto your frame.  Notice the FULL coverage.
Stage 5
We install the new glass panel and reassemble your iPod Touch, perfect!

Our process provides full coverage of the contact points on your internal iPod 4 frame, which is critical to ensure a long lasting, flush-mounted repair.  You don't want to use a phone that has been "repaired" but has a "spongy" feeling glass.  It should not move.  If you have your iPod Touch Glass, Digitizer & LCD assembly repaired at Mission Repair, it won't.  Please call us if you have any questions, or send us an email and we'll be more than happy to respond!

Click below to order our same-day repair service or if you'd like to try it out for yourself, we also offer replacement iPod Touch Glass/Digitizer & LCD with adhesive kits for self-installations!


Click here to buy and install yourself:
NEW iPod Touch Glass Panel and a Set of our Adhesives!


Click here to have us perform our 24-hour:


iPod Touch Adhesive, Glass, Digitizer & LCD Installations.
 

Try not to let it get you down.  Yes, you cracked your iPod Touch 4th Generation glass. 
Yes, it can be depressing. 
No it's not covered under warranty.

We know it happens and Mission Repair is here to help.  Read below for a few details.

You can choose to buy a new replacement iPod Touch at full retail (check it out, it's not cheap!) or you can choose the experts here at Mission Repair.  Our process and exclusive4th Generation iPod Touch Adhesives are one of a kind and are the BEST way to install a replacement glass panel into an iPhone.  Trust us, we've repaired THOUSANDS of units and have sold cases of adhesives to dealers around the country.  Other repair centers try to "glue" the new glass, digitizer and LCD panels, which is a bad idea.  Glue can seep into the home button cavity and then render it useless.  We've also experienced outgassing issues with liquid or gel adhesives that can literally eat away at crucial components within the iPod Touch over several weeks or months.

The Mission Repair "difference" is in these strips.  Can it be true?  Let us explain.

UPDATE:  READ OUR BLOG "The truth about iPod Touch adhesive kits" HERE!

 cracked angled iphone
cracked iphone glassmidframe iphone 3G3G iphone adhesive stripsiphone midframe with adhesiveFixed Glass 3G iphone
Stage 1
We receive your broken iPod Touch. You're in good hands.
Stage 2
We remove the broken glass and prep your internal frame.
Stage 3
We reach for our proven adhesive strips.
Stage 4
We install the strips onto your frame.  Notice the FULL coverage.
Stage 5
We install the new glass panel and reassemble your iPhone, perfect!

Our process provides full coverage of the contact points on your internal 4th Gen iPod Touch, which is critical to ensure a long lasting, flush-mounted repair.  You don't want to use a phone that has been "repaired" but has a "spongy" feeling glass.  It should not move.  If you have your 4th Gen iPod Touch Glass, Digitizer and LCD assembly repaired at Mission Repair, it won't.  Please call us if you have any questions, or send us an email and we'll be more than happy to respond!

Click below to order our same-day repair service or if you'd like to try it out for yourself, we also offer replacement 4th Generation iPod Touch Glass, Digitizers & LCD with adhesive kits for self-installations!
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