MacBook Care: Safety Tips for Your Apple MacBook
Your MacBook is more than just a computer notebook for work or leisure. It is, more importantly, your tool for communication, entertainment, and knowledge search. It is, therefore, advised that you take proper care of your MacBook as it is a vital technological investment for both personal and professional growth.
Safety Tips in Carrying the MacBook
- Buy a durable notebook sleeve for your MacBook from Apple stores. Whenever you carry it around by hand or in a bag, make sure to slip it in its sleeve to protect it from dust, dirt, and other minor damages.
- For maximum protection, put your MacBook inside its sleeve before keeping it in its bag. This should protect it from shocks, hits, and, bumps, especially if you are carrying it along inside a vehicle.
- When the MacBook is inside its carrying case or bag, make sure to remove all loose little items like coins, pens, or paper clips that might accidentally scratch or damage your MacBook. This should also prevent them from getting inside your computer's openings or ports such as the optical drive or card reader.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any skins for macbooks?
I want to avoid scratching the exterior of my macbook and Im wondering if there are any skins (preferably thin). Thanks
Yeah, here you go.
Are skins efficient for protecting (white) MacBooks from scratches?
I really want to protect my MacBook from scratches since it is brand new and it was a lot of money. I read reviews for plastic shells that say they cause damage to the computer causing more scratches. I then began to look at skins. Would these protect my Mac from scratches?
Don't buy a skin.
You need to be careful about what you buy, because cheap ones can scratch. A well-fitted shell has more protection than a flimsy skin. Skins are a waste of money; they just look pretty.
I love my shell; it has an anti-slip coating on it, so it's less slippery.
I love Speck (not a scratch, yet!):
What site has the skins for mac books and they have the apple cut out so you can put them on macbooks?
They are like decals, they have a ton i can't remember what the site is called but i know they had them where the apple was cut out though.
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name of this website for apple skins?
I bought one from it about three years ago, and now I can't find it. It had skins for macbooks, iPods, and mac minis, but not for other types of computer, only macs. and they were designed to always have a hole to display the apple skins. all of them were in solid colors, with holes in the shape of turtles, butterflies that heart thing irish people like, etc.
Anyone heard of this website? I really want to buy another skin from there, but I can't find the website.
IF YOU DON'T THINK YOU KNOW THE RIGHT WEBSITE, PLEASE DON'T ANSWER. I WANT A SKIN FROM THIS COMPANY, NOT ANOTHER.
it also came with a matching wristpad with matching designs, and a sticker to put on the button below the trackpad.
I'm not sure if it was skinit. If it is, they have gotten rid of most of their designs. And the website I got my skin at only had apple products
Sharp aluminum edge on new MacBook is causing pain when typing? Solutions to minimise this?
I have recently bought a new MacBook Pro. It's great but I do a lot of typing for uni and work and where my upper arm rubs on the aluminum edge which is quite sharp is starting to get sore. A friend has suggested a wireless keyboard, but to me that defeats the purpose of a laptop. Does anyone know if you can get like silicone skins for MacBooks or if there is some kind of attachment to make it a more gentle sloped edged for when typing for prolonged periods?
A wrist cushion or USB keyboard and mouse
-Haven't touched ny notebooks keyboard in months