Data Recovery in MacBook Pro
Slim or Thick?
The slimmer Retina version of the MacBook Pro, also known simply as the MacBook Pro, employs a mini-SSD for storing data. One that is generally made by Toshiba or Samsung. On the other hand, the thicker and older MacBook Pro has a little 2.5-inch hard disk drive from Toshiba, Hitachi (HGST), or Seagate. So, from which disk can we recover data? Well, both!
Remember to check out our Recovery Services for External Hard Disks if you’re having issues with an external hard drive!
Problems we tackle
Regardless of how the MacBook Pro failure occurred, recovery is not a challenge for us! However, you must be careful about how you take care of your Apple device after this. We’ve often come upon Mac hard drives that might have been entirely recoverable. However, they end up completely damaged because of failed recovery (of course, one that’s not done by us!). Know this — you often have only one opportunity to recover data from a failing drive. So, attempting to fix, reload, scan, repair, and update the failing drive is a huge NO-NO! It will do nothing else besides worsening the situation.
Why pick us and no one else?
We are Mac lovers
Need more reasons? How about the fact that our entire team uses Macs on the regular? Perhaps the fact that this entire website was built on a MacBook Pro? Yes, we know our Macs like the back of our hands! And we have a special knack for recovering InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Pages, Numbers files, and Final Cut.
Worry not if the warranty on your MacBook Pro has run out! We’ll perform a quick disk replacement and have your device running in no time with the Mac Setup Service!