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Track Pad with Force Touch?I’m wondering if there’s a way to install a Force Touch capable track pad on this 2013 model of the fifteen inch MacBook...
Power on sans battery?I’m trying to determine what component has failed in this MacBook Pro. If I successfully remove the battery, and install...
Home Button Failure after Display Assembly ReplacementAfter a successful replacement of the glass on an iPad mini 3, the undamaged home button is not functioning when pressed....
RAM Upgrade - Slot FailureRecently, I decided that I was going to maximize the RAM on my machine and purchased 4x4GB RAM modules. When I initially...
Replacing the Key Caps in the Correct WayI'm wondering if there is a clear and precise way to replace the key caps on this keyboard. I've removed the space bar,...
Answer to "I'm scared to turn on my iPhone"Hi Vidhi, I can totally sympathize with you here - a punctured lithium ion battery is no joke but signs of swelling are pretty easy to spot . Seating the display bezel in the phone body does require a bit of extra force for it to click into place and for the display to be seated correctly. Once you’ve given the battery another inspection, try turning the phone on. If the battery is expanding, you’ll be able to see the pressure marks plainly on the LCD. You need to turn the phone on to assess what other damage may have occurred and determine if you are able to repair it.