MacBook Air 13" (Mid 2011) Trackpad

  • MacBook Air 13" (Mid 2011) Trackpad / With Bracket
  • MacBook Air 13" (Mid 2011) Trackpad / With Bracket
  • MacBook Air 13" (Mid 2011) Trackpad / Without Bracket
  • MacBook Air 13" (Mid 2011) Trackpad / Without Bracket
MacBook Air 13" (Mid 2011) Trackpad

$89.99

$89.99

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Product Details

Description

Description

Show the computer who's boss!

With this trackpad, you can control their every move

Compatibility

Repair Stories

My Problem

battery was dying and had "service battery" alert in notifications panel

My Fix

Went well except that the cord for the new battery was incrementally too short. It was able to plug in barely and on a slight angle, Hopefully this will be okay long-term; my concern is having to periodically open the assembly a . . .

My Problem

Needed more RAM memory to upgrade to High Sierra OS.

My Fix

Great.

My Advice

Make sure you hav the correct RAM memory because there are various types.

My Problem

My MBP trackpad was broken. Needed the pentalobe screwdriver to open my laptop to replace the trackpad.

My Fix

Huge pain in the ass. On my model of macbook pro, you have to remove the batteries which are glued-in to get access to the track pad. I saw a guy on youtube use a metal scraper to do it, so I did t . . .

My Problem

Battery for Mac Air was dead. Ordered P5 Pentalobe Screwdriver and a battery on Ebay. Followed the directions on IFIXIT, which were excellent.

My Fix

Everything went without a hitch. Thank you!

My Advice

Follow directions. Carefully unplug and reconnect battery.

My Problem

After five years the battery had cycled hundreds of times and was showing a need for service...

My Fix

The swap was quick and easy... less than 20 minutes... great repair guide and product.

My Advice

ifixit.com should always be the first place you try.... great advice and solid products...

My Problem

Original Logic Board had failed

My Fix

Repair went without a hitch.

My Advice

Follow the instructions!

My Problem

Trackpad kept drawing squares

My Fix

Good.

My Advice

I used a T6 screwdriver instead of a T5 on step 10. Don't removed a metal plug that appears to be taped to the bottom underside of the trackpad.

My Problem

My laptop stopped being able to hold a charge. Left more than a minute unplugged the system would shutdown.

My Fix

Easier than I expected. Strangely only 4 screws were holding the case, either the others fell out or were left out by apple repair in the past.

Now the laptop can remain operational while un . . .

My Problem

My fan was making a weird noise. I didn't know if the fan motor was dying, or if some debris was the culprit. In either case, I needed to open up and have a look. Unfortunately, I didn't have the special pentalobe screwdrivers to open up my MacBook.

My Fix

My biggest problem was that I didn't even know whic . . .

My Problem

My sister accidentally dropped her Macbook Pro Retina after owning for more than 4 years. The warranty had expired a long time ago and the people at the Mac store gave an estimate of at least $700. When my family told me about this, I told them that was ridiculous and to order a new display from ifi . . .

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