Suit for Macbook Pro A1425 2012-2013 laptop repair, factory resource original parts guarantee the quality, extremely strict QC process control the faulty rate under 3 percent, with reasonable price among all the screen suppliers in Shenzhen China, fast delivery and good after-sales service is provided, Sincerely looking forward to build a long term business relationship with all our heart.
Screen size: 13.3 inches
Model: suit for Macbook Pro A1425 2012-2013 Touch Screen LCD Replacement
Resolution ratio: 2560px*1600px
Contain: LCD display assembly and the back cover
3.Product feature and application
For Macbook Pro A1425 2012-2013 Touch Screen LCD Replacement, brand new condition.
4. More about us
5. Package and Warranty
Antistatic bag ,carton and card board.
Warranty remains valid for 3 months from the date of delivery.
If any product is defective, please take photos of its working condition and then send photos to us. Our technicians will analyze the problem and offer solutions.
If the problem is still not solved under our technicians help, please safely pack the defective screens and send back to us within warranty period. After we receive the defective screens, we will send new and good replacements to you.
Q1: How to find the corresponding product model?
Q1: What's the quality level?
A: High quality with Grade A
Q2: How about your quality control?
A: Checking the surface to avoid any physical damage and scratches. Testing the LCD Screen& Digitizer and camera strictly under different pictures to see if there are any dead pixes, dust or spots.
Q3: What is MOQ?
A: Normally 10pcs per item for regular orders as MOQ, sample order is acceptable before the bulk order.
Q4: If I bought large quantity, would you provide discount ?
A: We are doing wholesale business here, based on different quantity, the unit price will also be different, This is a sure thing.
Q5: What if I want to sell them online through Ebay or Amazon, will that have conflict with your company?
A: There will be no conflict between your store and our company guaranteed.
7. Latest news
What Is Flexgate? MacBook Pros Have a New Problem
Antennagate. Batterygate. Bendgate. And now Flexgate? The latest potential controversy involving Apple hardware is all about MacBook Pro screens.
Detailed yesterday (Jan. 22) in a post by DIY gadget repair site iFixit, the issue involves the wearing down of flexible display cables inside of Touch Bar model MacBook Pros (2016 and later). iFixit says this creates inconsistent backlighting at the bottom of the screen, an effect sometimes called a Stage Lighting.
We know there are a lot of terms and factors there, but just so we’re clear: “Failure of flexible display cables” means “Flexgate.”
Since the problem seems to creep up on users after many openings and closings of their MacBook Pro’s lid, placing wear and tear on its flexible display cables each one of those times, some users find themselves out-of-warranty by the time they realize their screen is on the fritz.
That out-of-pocket repair cost isn’t cheap. According to iFixit, since Apple opted to build these flexible display cables into the screen, what could be a simple cable replacement and $6 part cost is now a $600 affair.
More bad news: Though this Flexgate problem is so far only found to be associated with the Touch Bar models of the MacBook Pro, iFixit found a similar display cable setup in the recently revamped MacBook Air. So, we could be only a few thousand more lid closes away from hearing about some Stage Lighting problems with that model, too.
The first mention of MacBook Pro’s Flexgate problem looks to have come last year, but Apple has yet to address the issue publically.
When it comes to assorted -gate problems, Apple has had a mix of responses. Those affected by iPhone 4’s Antennagate cell reception problem in 2010 got a free phone case to “fix” the hardware bug. Batterygate iPhone victims got new batteries installed in their phones at a reduced $29 cost. But with the latest version of Bendgate, involving iPad Pros with slightly curved frames, Apple simply refused to consider it a defect.
If your MacBook Pro is experiencing some screen issues, you can hope that Apple decides to come out with a solution soon. We’ll keep an eye peeled for how Apple responds to iFixit’s report.