Service and support from the people who know your Apple products best.
Most Apple hardware comes with a one-year limited warranty and up to 90 days of complimentary technical support. To extend your coverage further, purchase AppleCare+.
AppleCare+ for Mac extends your coverage from your AppleCare+ purchase date and includes unlimited incidents of accidental damage protection, each subject to a service fee of $99 for screen damage or external enclosure damage, or $299 for other accidental damage.
AppleCare+ for iPad extends your iPad, Apple Pencil, and Apple‑branded iPad keyboard coverage and includes unlimited incidents of accidental damage protection. Each incident is subject to a service fee of $49 for iPad and $29 for Apple Pencil or Apple‑branded iPad keyboard.
AppleCare+ is also available for Apple Watch, Apple Display, AirPods, Apple TV, and HomePod.
Choose AppleCare for Enterprise for Mac and iPad to take advantage of the University’s Enterprise protection contract.
M Tech is an Apple Authorized Service Provider for Mac and iPad.
The Consumer Priority Service (CPS) plan adds three or four years of extended warranty service on defective parts and labor with added accidental damage coverage to your Mac or PC. M Tech is an authorized CPS service provider.
Microsoft Complete gives you extended coverage and support for up to 4 years for Surface devices, so that you can work and play worry-free. Accidents happen and that’s okay. Microsoft Complete has you covered for things like drops, spills and cracked screens. [For covered defects and/or accidental damage, maximum of two (2) claims. Each claim is subject to a $49 deductible.]
M Tech an Apple Authorized Service Provider for Mac and iPad. Our team of Apple-certified technicians provide hardware repairs for your Mac, iPad, and Apple accessories under Apple and CPS warranty and out-of-warranty. We can also do software servies such as installing macOS and backing up data.
PC Laptop Repairs
M Tech can do many off-warranty repairs for PC laptops, such as replacing failed drives, cracked LCDs, installing Windows, and backing up files.