Looking for a Apple Mac Repair or upgrade your current Apple Macbook, iMac or iPad?
Alary Technologies is an Apple Authorized Service Providers in Oshawa, Ontario, we perform Apple warranty repairs and beyond warranty repairs on all Apple computers and Apple displays such as iMac, Macbook Pro, iPad etc. We guarantee most “beyond warranty” repairs done at Alary Technologies for three months.
AppleCare, In-Warranty, and Beyond Warranty Mac Service & Repairs
Apple iMac Repair
Apple MacBook Repair
Apple iPad Repair
Max Out Your Mac’s RAM
Our professional, Apple Certified Technicians will upgrade your machine with the maximum amount of RAM possible. You’ll see a huge boost in your computer’s speed and performance along with the ability to run more programs and apps at once. We’ll even guarantee it for the life of your Mac, including same-day replacements should you ever need them.
For most Macs including the MacBook, MacBook Pro, Mac mini & older iMac models with two memory slots.
The RAM upgrade is specifically for Apple iMac computer models that have four memory slots.
Max Out Your Mac’s Hard Drive
Running out of space for your video, music, or pictures? Max out your Mac’s hard drive in about a day at Alary. This service includes one of the hard drives below, installation by a certified technician, and transferring your data to the new hard drive!
Available for most Apple iMac desktops
Available for Apple Notebooks & Mac mini
If you’d like to purchase an external hard drive enclosure, we’ll install your old hard drive into it for free ($35 value). This creates an inexpensive external hard drive you can keep as a backup of your files.
We charge a non-refundable fee of $150 + tax for cleaning the computer and determining the extent of the spill damage. When you bring your Mac in for a spill cleaning, we completely disassemble it and clean the affected parts. Then we reassemble the computer and test the Mac to determine if any of the parts need to be replaced. A technician will then call you with the cost to replace any damaged parts; at that point you can choose to continue the repair or move onto a new machine. You’ll get the same advice we’d give a good friend; if it makes more sense to purchase a new Mac, we’ll let you know.