Video Guide: How to Determine Your MacBook’s Condition

Whether it’s collecting dust in a corner or you’re looking to upgrade, selling your MacBook is way easier than you think. What may seem a little trickier is determining the condition that your MacBook is currently in. Watch the video below and see how you can best determine the current condition and value of your used MacBook.

Here’s a helpful guide to best estimate the current state of your MacBook.

Flawless Condition

The “flawless” selection means that your MacBook looks like it is fresh out of its original packaging. The physical and functional conditions are in pristine shape, it powers on, the screen functions normally and OS can be or is already installed.

Good Condition

The “good” condition means that your MacBook has some light signs of use. This includes normal wear and minor physical damage. The MacBook still powers on, the screen functions normally and OS can be or is already installed.

Broken Condition

If your MacBook doesn’t turn on or has serious physical or functional defects, it would fall under the “broken” selection. This means that your MacBook has cracks or severe dents, doesn’t power on, doesn’t have a fully functional display or OS cannot be installed.

Selling Your MacBook

If you’re ready to part ways with your MacBook and make a return on your investment, visit our site to receive an instant quote. You could be surprised at how much it’s worth, so don’t wait another day to sell.

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