Hi Daniel, Pop out the sim tray, the IMEI of the device should be laser etched into it. use https://www.imei.info/ to ascertain which model your family member has. (1) if you do decide the replace the battery yourself, have a bucket of sand at the ready. It’s one of the best things to quel that type of fire. My honest opinion would be to take it to apple. normally they would take the phone from you, replacing it for the cost of a battery replacement. Hope this helps!
Hi Meech, Try performing an SMC reset on your MacBook Air. Follow these instructions; (1) On your built-in keyboard, press and hold all of these keys: (1.1) Shift on the left side of your keyboard (1.2) Control on the left side of your keyboard (1.3) Option (Alt) on the left side of your keyboard (2) While holding all three keys, press and hold the power button as well. (3) Keep holding all four keys for 10 seconds. (4) Release all keys, then press the power button to turn on your Mac. Your mac should then boot up correctly!
Hi Jane, 2 things i would also have checked; (1) Click the logo, hold option/alt key, click System Information. look under audio on the left and see if any devices show up. (2) Add another user account to see if it’s a preferences issue. Failing that, check some good tips here, https://osxdaily.com/2015/03/01/no-audio-sound-output-mac-fix/
Hi Tyler, I’d start with going to Settings>Battery>Battery Health Check your maximum capacity, if you replaced it recently, it should still how 100% or high 90’s. If not, try a factory restore, https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201252 (1) Caution, you will lose any data not backed up !!! ***** If your maximum capacity is 100% or high 90’s take a look at your battery usage by app. See if it’s a particularly power hungry app. Try visiting the app store and updating your apps. that could help. Visit https://www.apple.com/batteries/maximizi...-performance/ for more tips!!
Hi Denise, Sounds like your display is faulty, depending on when you purchased the device you may still be under warranty. First step would be to visit apple.com/support and check warranty status. If there’s no other damage to it it may well be covered and they can walk you through the process. If not you can get it fixed through Apple if you’d like at a cost. It varies between countries a little but visiting https://support.apple.com/iphone/repair/... should give you some idea. Given that we’re on iFixit, if you’re confident with electronics repair / can follow the guides and want to give it a go. check out https://www.ifixit.com/Store/iPhone/iPho...-XS-Max It sounds like a screen replacement would sort the issue. Hope this helps!!
Check in System Profiler. ( apple logo / about this mac / more info ) under disk burning on the left hand pane. Check to see if it really is a Superdrive and also check which formats the drive can burn / read . It might be that it won't read for example DVD-RW discs and those are the only ones you have available.
Well, the voltage your iPhone receives can vary by the device you use to power it. So if I'm right in saying that the iPhone gauges wether the battery is full or not depending on the amount of time it spends connected to the supply. Your iHome could supplying less voltage to your iPhone than say the standard usb connector. So it could mess with the figures and the battery life. ( technical language again, apologies ) The iPhone could be displaying a full charge where the battery is only half full. A good test, make sure you have the battery percentage option turned on in the settings of the iPhone. Do a full charge from your iHome. Restart the iPhone and see what percentage shows up.
I would try and do a permissions repair for a start. ( utilities / disk utility ) then reboot . If that fails it could be a corrupted language in the system. Try reselecting English as the primary language. Reboot the system and see what Finder does. If Finder returns to normal It's a corrupt language and I would suggest reinstalling the OS. This should then solve the issue
Well on my white MacBook, I've been using the thin sheet of perforated material that the laptop shipped with. If that doesn't work out for you, I would try one of the many third part alternatives such as http://www.radtech.us/Products/NotebookS... Hope that helps