MacBook Pro Retina

2016 2017

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With any Warranty/Exchange hardware and/Or Repairs to logic boards the client is responsible for all shipping costs.

MacBook Pro 13" Function Keys Late 2016
MacBook Pro 13" Touch Bar Late 2016
MacBook Pro 15" Touch Bar Late 2016
MacBook Pro 13" Touch Bar Late 2017

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SSD’s, Wi-Fi and Memory are soldered to the logic board



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2016 & 2017 MacBook Pro Retina’s A1706. A1707

SSD’s are soldered to the logic board

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Retina New LCD Screen assembly for MacBook Pro 13" A1706, A1708

Exchange your old one, it’s roughly $900 installed, that includes shipping and tax, Order in 10 to 15 days














Best advise,

if your in the market for a newer MacBook Pro

and your looking at the 2016 or 2017 model,


Buy the new 2018 MacBook Pro instead.

SSD Flash drive can only be upgraded on the non touch bar model only

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Large numbers of Keyboards failing on the 2016/2017 MacBook Pro’s

https://www.apple.com/support/keyboard-service-program-for-macbook-and-macbook-pro/





Battery replacement recall on link below

https://www.apple.com/support/13inch-macbookpro-battery-replacement/

2017 model year 13-inch MacBook Pro with a standard row of physical function keys


Apple has identified a specific population of MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2017, Two Thunderbolt 3 Ports)


units requiring both solid state drives and the main logic board to be replaced when either has a functional failure.


https://www.macrumors.com/2018/06/12/13-inch-macbook-pro-ntb-ssd-logic-board-issue/

Apple won't replace faulty keyboards with new 2018 design

Confirmed: Apple's ingress-proofing third-generation keyboard is exclusive to 2018 MacBook Pros.

That means Apple's new keyboard service program replaces one defective keyboard with another.

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An increasing number of users have experienced backlight issues on 2016 and newer MacBook Pro models, particularly those with the Touch Bar, often resulting in a so-called "stage light effect" along the bottom of the display.

According to the repair website iFixit, which highlighted the issue today, the underlying cause is Apple's use of thin, fragile flex cables that connect the display with the display controller board on 2016 and newer MacBook Pro models, as opposed to the more durable wire cables used in previous generations.


When it first debuted, the design seemed fine. But as always, the devil is in the details. Apple opted for thin, fragile flex cables as opposed to the beefier wire cables used in previous designs that could be routed through the hinge instead of wrapped around it, helping mitigate the stress of repeated openings and closings.


In a nutshell, the normal, repeated opening and closing of the display lid can result in the thin flex cables becoming fragile and breaking over time. And since the issue takes time to manifest, the affected MacBook Pro models are often outside of Apple's one-year warranty period when they start exhibiting symptoms.


Many examples of the issue have been documented on the website Flexgate, in the Apple Support Communities, It's unclear how many users are affected, but the number continues to increase.

The problem gets worse when affected customers take their MacBook Pro to Apple for repair, as iFixit claims that the flex cables are integrated into the display and cannot be replaced individually. Instead, the entire display assembly needs to be replaced, turning a cheap repair into a costly $900-plus one.


While some customers without AppleCare+ have managed to get a free or reduced-cost repair, it appears many have been required to pay in full.

Apple has not launched a public-facing repair program for this issue, and we're not aware of any internal one either.

Affected devices:

MacBook Pro (13­-inch, 2016, Two Thunderbolt 3 Ports)

MacBook Pro (13-­inch, 2017, Two Thunderbolt 3 Ports)
MacBook Pro (13-­inch, 2016, Four Thunderbolt 3 Ports)
MacBook Pro (13-­inch, 2017, Four Thunderbolt 3 Ports)
MacBook Pro (13-­inch, 2018, Four Thunderbolt 3 Ports)
MacBook Pro (15-­inch, 2016)
MacBook Pro (15-­inch, 2017)
MacBook Pro (15-­inch, 2018)