MacBook Air 13" (Late 2010) Trackpad

$89.95

Product code: IF188-072-1
Apple Part #: 922-9637

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MacBook Air 13" (Late 2010) Trackpad

$89.95

Product code: IF188-072-1
Apple Part #: 922-9637

Product Overview

Compatibility

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  • 1.86 or 2.13 GHz (Late 2010) 13" MacBook Airs

Product Details

  $89.95

 
 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

Warranty:

One year warranty

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Compatibility

MacBook Air 13" Model A1369
1.86 GHz (Late 2010)
2.13 GHz (Late 2010)
 

Stories

My Problem

My IT folks figured out the problem without having to install the new track pad. So I am returning it. But my service and experience was amazing. Especially calling the 1-800# and getting a HUMAN BEING on the first ring. Kudos to you for letting real people help people. And my service person sent me the return info via email within seconds of hanging up the phone.

My Fix

NA

My Advice

I hope more people use your company. You are great.

My Problem

Because in Sweden the apple support guys wanted 1700sek in order to diagnose it, it would take a week and then they wanted me to rent a computer meanwhile. I asked them to order the trackpad and return to me when they got it. I also offered to do pre payment for the work, but they wouldn't.

My Fix

Smooth - it's an awkward machine to disassemble but the guide was awesome!

My Advice

Be veeeeery careful with the flip-locks on micro connectors, they are even more fragile than in other micro electronics.

My Problem

it was cutting my fingers to use it.

My Fix

I followed your instructions to the letter and not being a tech guy, it went smoothly.

My Advice

I will use you guys every time if I have any other Apple problems I want to fix myself. IT WAS EASY!!

My Problem

A user at the company was complaining that her trackpad would constantly think she was clicking and holding to drag things, even when she wasn't. I tested it and confirmed this was, indeed, an issue.

My Fix

After first looking around at potential software fixes (firmware updates and the like), I proceeded to open it up. No signs of water damage, no battery swelling from overcharging, no noticeable debris. I took the trackpad out and stuck it in another MacBook Air; same problem. Ordered a replacement part, installed it and all is good to go. Still no idea what crapped out on the trackpad in the first place.

My Advice

Be prepared for options. There are a bunch of things that could impact trackpad usability, but not all of them require a replacement part.

My Problem

The old trackpad lost it's "Click" and was becoming erratic. So it needed replacing soon.

My Fix

I am moderately experienced in replacing parts for my MacBook Pro's and iPhone/iPod's. This repair was mildly difficult.

My Advice

The "Real" problem was getting the ribbon cables reseated in their sockets. It helps to put the cables on BEFORE you actually install the trackpad. Using the spurge you can rock them into place with mild force on either side of the cable.

My Problem

Trackpad on my 13' MacBook Air (late 2010) was getting weird: sensitivity was declining and click and drag wasn't working anymore. The end was near...

My Fix

The repair went smooth and fine. It took me approximately 30 minutes to replace the trackpad and reajust its depth. Tools were really helpful! I just had a bit of an issue with a couple of screws that were holding the trackpad, but iFixit provided spare ones!!

My Advice

My advice: Rely on the guide, it is REALLY well documented, with clear pictures and details on how to avoid mistakes. I will definitely trust iFixit to replace my iPhone 4 battery later!