If your Mac needs repairs, we’ll make sure your device works the way it should.

We don’t believe that servicing your Apple product should be stressful and that’s why we have created our service location. Our walk-in store in Myaree, Perth, is architecturally-designed and custom-built to provide the best service experience for our customers, as well as state-of-the-art facilities and tools for our technicians. With dedicated store-front parking, our premises are also fully wheelchair-accessible and include an ACROD parking bay.

Our service team comprises Apple Certified Macintosh Technicians able to conduct diagnostics, repairs, modifications, alterations and upgrades on all Apple products. Becoming certified to repair Apple Macintosh systems requires passing both a software and hardware exam. Certifications are maintained and renewed on an annual basis via Apple’s recertification examinations.

Walk into our service centre and speak to one of our certified Apple technicians. Our team will take great care of your product and make sure you get the help you need.

How do I get my Mac repaired?

To get service for your MacBook laptop or Mac desktop, visit our service location or you can make an appointment with one of our certified Apple technicians in Perth. Our team will get your Apple product back working the way it should.

Get ready for service

Before you bring your Mac to us, be sure to back up your data and turn off Find My Mac . You may need the backup if your Mac needs to be reformatted during the repair process. Entire Tech isn’t responsible for lost data.

If you need assistance on how to do this, please click here for some helpful tips. We understand that if your device is no longer functioning, then the above steps may not be possible to be performed and we’ll gladly offer assistance in-store.

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Call us on 08 6555 1888 or fill out the form below:

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