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Our Apple Mac Certified and Specialist iMac team has vast experience in quick turnaround high quality assured iMac hard drive upgrade in Dallas. iFixHub iMac Team provides assistance to upgrade to a high and speedy drive or upgrade your defective, damaged or failed hard drive in your 17-inch, 20 inch, 21.5 inch, 24 inch, 27 inch Apple iMac with reasonable warranty and affordable price in same day service in iFixHub shop. A brand new hard drive will boost your iMac in terms of speed and performance of your Macintosh desktop computer. Our specialist professionally perform the installation and assist you to migrate the existing data and latest OS X from your old iMac hard drive to new iMac Hard drive.
Don’t have enough space for the memory storage in iMac Hard Drive? Are you not able to mount hard drive in iMac? Are you scared of data loss because of the old hard drive in iMac? Are you unable to partition the disk drive? iMac hard drive encryption password lost? Is iMac not showing up hard drive in Disk Utility. DON’T WORRY!!!! Bring your iMac to your iFixHub tech repair Dallas and get the hard drive replaced form apple certified technicians at a very reasonable rate. iFixHub is the first-rate IT solution and iMac hard drive replacement service around the Dallas metropolitan area with the best customer service and best price.
iMac Hard Drive Issues
- iMac hard drive not showing up in Disk Utility:- Disk Utility is a built-in disk management application program for Apple Macs computers. The purpose of disk utility is to show connected drivers which performs verify, check, repair, erase, partition, rename, encrypt, unmount and drives in disk utility. The main reason of hard drive not showing up in disk utility is incompatible thunderbolt or faulty USB cable or external hard disk enclosure.
- iMac hard drive not supported in mounting:- If hard drive is not properly set, supported or backed while mounting, your iMac cannot perform properly.
- iMac hard drive response slow:- iMac hard drive response slow when Mac operating system is busy all the time or virus infection in the hard drive.
- iMac hard drive’s partition deleted:- Malfunction USB port is loose or defective hard drive cause the iMac hard drive’s partition deleted.
- iMac hard drive clicking sound:- If you not backed up your data in external hard drive before iMac hard drive clicking sound, your all important data and files may loose anytime unfortunately.
- iMac hard drive encryption password lost:- iMac has excellent encryption feature built-in to protect your data and files from hackers. Thus it is quite necessary to encrypt your entire hard drive to secure your most important files.
- iMac hard drive data loss:- Everything is saved in hard drive including operating system, system software, application software and more files. Thus it is most important to test your iMac hard drive in order to protect your accidental data loss. Other issues are iMac hard drive unable to detected in Windows. iMac hard drive not partition the disk drive. iMac hard drive not more space for data storage.
WHY HARD DRIVE REPLACEMENT IN iMAC
Faster Performance:- Hard drive has the functions of data read and write speeds. The hard drive can not functions properly if it is outdated or malfunction. Thus new hard drive has more space to read and write the date which has faster performance than an old outdated hard drive.
Extended Battery Life:- New hard drive consumes less power( average 2-3 watts) compared to an old hard disk drive( average 6-7 watts), resulting in a 30 + battery boost.
Fast Operating System Boot:- If you need things done now, upgrade the new hard drive for quick boot-ups and app launches. New hard drive around 10- 13 seconds average boot up time compared to Old hard drive around 30-40 seconds.
Lifespan and Durability:– Every hard drive has a limited life span. Generally, it survives three to five years depending on your usage and data storage.
iFixHub provides all services, support and consulting regarding the iMac hard drive replacement in Dallas. Our outstanding certified techs are able to fix your iMac hard drive issue with a warranty and reasonable price. We never compromise in quality and service!!!!!
Satisfaction Guaranteed:- Quality is our main motto. iFixHub never compromises with high-quality repair parts and 100 percent customer service. We give more attention to customer issues and concerns earlier.
Limited Warranty:- Limited warranty is the best offer of iFixHub because anything happens after repair and replacement. So concerning customer issues, we provide the clients limited- term warranty in our services. If something happens after replacing, no additional cost at all.
Deeper Understanding:- iFixHub team always believes in science, mechanism, tech specs, blueprint, function, and how it’s design and build of any technology.
Good Communication:- iFixHub team actively listen, move, and react to our client’s each and every issue. Effective communication is always helpful to resolve the issue and make customers reliable which our team will provide that requirement.
Apple Certified Technician:- iFixHub has a computer science graduated and certified apple technician with service fundamental(SVC), Apple Certified iOS Technician(ACiT), Apple Certified Mac Technician( ACMT). Besides this certification, iFixHub has Microsoft Certification, Security, Mobility, Network, Mobility, and Deployment training.
Five-Star Customer Service:- iFixHub never compromises in excellent repair and best quality in providing supports and servicing which has been continuing for 7 years of this support and service field.
Reasonable cost of service:- iFixHub is always aware of the market price which tries to give the best matching price to our clients. iFixHub has always one motto, NO FIX NO COST!!!!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How much does it cost to replace a iMac Hard drive?
A: It depends on which model of iMac such .Then we can give you cost the iMac hard drive on the basis of market value.
Q.How do I replace my iMac hard drive?
A: Replacing the hard drive in iMac requires special tools and certified knowledge according to the Apple Repair Guidelines. You can see the basic steps mentioned above.
Q. Can you fix a defective iMac hard drive?
A: Yes, we do. Our Apple Certified technician and assistant will here to fix the defective hard drive of iMac.
Q. How long is a iMac warranty?
A: Yes. Every replacing screen has a warranty that is 90 days warranty besides water damage and any physical damage.
Q. Does iMac have a SSD Drive?
A: The new thinner and lighter iMac features a brilliant SSD Drive.
Q. Is the iMac Touch screen?
A: MacOS operating system does not supportÂ touch
Q. Is iMac or Pro better?
A: Both are well-designed and relatively easy to use. It depends on which purpose you are using the laptop. As an easy to use, portable and for studying as a college student, we recommend iMac.
Q. How long do MacBooks last on average?
A: Every iMac has an expiration date. If you properly look after yourÂ iMacÂ itÂ should last you 7 to 8 years.
Q. How do I get Apple student discount?
A: Yes we have a special discount offer for student
Q. How long does it take time to replace the screen?
A: It depends on the appointment. Normally it takes 4 to 6 hours to replace the screen.
Q: What is the latest version of Mac OS?
A: The latest version of Mac OS is Catalina.
Q: Are Mac OS upgrades free?
A: Upgrading is free.
Q: Can I upgrade from Sierra to Mojave?
A: Yes you can upgrade.
Q: How do I update my Mac when it says no updates available?
A: Click on System Preferences, select the app store and turn on automatically check for updates.
Q: Can the operating system be changed?
A: It is possible through the bootable disc.
Q: How do I restore my iPhone from iCloud to my Mac?
A: Sign in to iCloud with your Apple ID and Password
Q: How do I transfer my iCloud to my new phone?
A: Turn on iOS device, click on Apps and Data Screen, tap Restore from iCloud Backup then sign in to iCloud with apple id and password.
Q: How do I restore from iCloud without resetting?
A: Go to Settings > General > Reset, then tap â€œErase All Content and Settings.
Q: How do I connect iCloud to my Mac?
A: Click the Apple menu, click system preferences, tap iCloud and sign with apple ID and password.
Q: How long does it take to restore from iCloud?
A: Normally it takes 1 to 4 hours depending on the size of backup and speed if a Wi-Fi connection.
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