Mistakes happen. We’ve all had that friend who accidentally ran over something valuable – or maybe we’ve done it ourselves. We’re all human, and sometimes we do something we don’t mean to. And sometimes those mistakes are more costly than others. Hopefully, you don’t break anything too significant. Let’s say your MacBook screen breaks and needs repair. We’ve seen it happen every way. Sometimes the kids get where they’re not supposed to be. Sometimes we leave it somewhere we shouldn’t. It doesn’t really matter in the end though. You have a broken screen and it needs to be fixed.

Here at Nerds On Call in Fresno, we can repair that broken screen for you. We see this sort of thing all the time – because there are screens on everything now. From our tablets to our phones to our laptops; sometimes it gets hard to juggle all of them while still being careful with the fragile devices.

You have all kinds of options for getting in touch with us if your need to fix that broken screen on your MacBook. It really just comes down to your preference. If you want us to come out to your home in Fresno, we’re more than happy to do that. We’re on call; after all, it’s in the name.  If you want to come by our Fresno office, we’ll be there for you too. We can look at whatever you bring in. And if you just want to talk about things, you can either call or use the live chat right here on the site. Whichever way you choose, Nerds are here for you!

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LCD screens are typically divided into two main categories: TN (Twisted Nematic) and IPS (In-Plane Switching). TN panels are less expensive and have faster response times, but they have narrower viewing angles and lower color accuracy compared to IPS panels. IPS panels, on the other hand, offer better color accuracy and wider viewing angles but tend to be more expensive.