We’ll do our best to help you and we’ll give you advice that we think is the best for you, but you will need to make an appointment to bring your iMac in for diagnostics before we are able to give you a repair price.
If we think that the cost of repairing your iMac is more than it’s worth you spending your money on, we’ll advise you not to spend your money.
The good news is, iMacs are often pretty easy to diagnose, repair and upgrade compared to MacBooks simply because there’re bigger, although not necessarily easier to get into.
Some customers bring their iMacs to us because they think they’re not getting the most out of their iMac and want to upgrade some parts like their hard-drives or memory.
Perhaps you’re thinking about putting in a bigger and or faster hard drive, or maybe you want to upgrade your memory.
We’ve had a lot of success with hybrid drives and memory maxout solutions and we’re more than happy to have a chat with you about your options, but not in an email, it simply takes up too much time, so do call us.
Find out how much memory (RAM) your iMac will take buy using our serial number decoder here