Been using computers since the Commodore days and Macs since '89 and a few years back I decided to transform a simple hobby for electronics in general and an old passion for Apple products into something more serious and professional.

I do some refurbishing and repair Macs, iPhones and iPads at component level. I 've been doing logic board repairs for over three years and I'm still fascinated by microsoldering..I love the feeling of being able to replace a part that's invisible to human eye.

I like fixing things and giving them a longer life and a better look and I share the view that we live on a planet with limited resources and it will take yet a very long time before we'll be able to get what we need from outer space. The more we are able to save from waste the longer we shall be able to progress and prosper. I like the idea of trying to accompany the products that served me great through their vintage age until they will become antiques.

I learnt a lot from the net and this community and I hope I'll manage to be able to give something back.

If you're in the Mediterranean area and your Apple product needs component level technical care I take mail-in orders too, just contact me anytime for further infos.

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  • Rispondi a: Si è rotto il fusibile
  • Rispondi a: Where do I start in making my own functioning iPhone?
  • Rispondi a: Applied thermal paste to my MacBook Pro Mid-2010 CPU
  • Rispondi a: Replace screen and touch ID board
  • Rispondi a: MacBook Pro only turns on when I connect the charger without battery
  • Rispondi a: Does the 2012 model have the same GPU issues as the 2011?
  • Rispondi a: How do I reset SMC if my laptop actually has no battery left?
  • Rispondi a: I have no display and the system is beeping on beep every 5 sec
  • Rispondi a: MacBook Air wont turn on unless plugged to charger
  • Rispondi a: Screen Flickering After Repair?

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