The IT Guys offer a Macbook Battery Replacement service to the Perth Region, Western Australia for Macbooks’, Macbook Pro and Macbook Air depending on the model number (See below)
Our Batteries and workmanship are guaranteed for 12 months, work is carried out by Apple trained and authorised Technicians and at the same time as the battery replacement, we will give your computer a free health check.
We CAN source, test and fit replacement batteries for the following Macbook’s:
13″ Model A1278,A1322 – Year 2008,9,10,11,12
15″ Model A1286, A1382 – Year 2011-2012
15″ Model A1286, A1281 – Year 2008
15″ Model A1321, A1286 – Year 2009
17″ Model A1297,A1309 – Year 2009
11″ – A1370 2011 A1465 2012, 13, 14, 15 A1406 A1495
11″ – A1370, 2010 A1375
13″ – A1369 2011, A1466 2012,13,14,15 A1405 A1496
13″ – A1369 A1377 MC503 MC504 2010
13″ – Model A1181, A1185
13″ – Model A1342, A1331
You can find the Model Number as follows. Turn your Macbook over and look for the “Model” it will begin with the letter “A”
Email us at email@example.com with your Macbook model number and we will reply with a written quotation. Some models we keep in stock, others have to be ordered in and may take 3 days to reach Perth. Once here, replacing the battery can be done within the hour.
We CANNOT supply batteries for the following
Macbook Pro Retina
13″ Model A1425,A1437
13″ Model A1502, A1493 – Year 2013,14,15
15″ Model A1398,A1417 – Year 2012-2013
15″Model A1398,A1494 – Year Late 2013,14,15
These models have the battery glued into the case and removing them is not recommend and POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS as they may explode.
Apple may quote to replace the whole bottom case, including the battery but it works out to be very expensive and may not be economical (better to buy a new computer)
So you suspect your Macbook, Macbook Pro or Macbook Air has a faulty battery!!
That’s probably because it’s not holding a charge or not holding a charge as long as it used to. But to be sure, check the following by first clicking on the Battery Status indicator as referenced above.
If everything is OK, the status should indicate that the battery is charged and healthy as below
This can be confirmed by checking the status of the battery by clicking on the top left “Apple” >> “About This Mac” >> “System Report” >> “Power”
Under “Condition” it will tell you if the Battery is “Normal” or “Service Battery” or “Replace Now” … if either of the last two status,
Yes, you need a new battery fitting.
If No, there is another problem, probably your MagSafe Charger or maybe a failed OS update.
You will probably see cheap Batteries advertised on E-Bay, but these are inferior quality batteries and will only last a short time if they work at all.
Need more help?
If you live in Western Australia, and you need any kind of computer help, please bring your computer to us or call us out. You can contact us here or call:
The IT Guys are authorised Microsoft Partners and as such can supply and support all Microsoft Office Products