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Al Barsha 1 – Dubai

MacBook Trackpad Repair & Replacement

If your MacBook trackpad is not working, we can help.

A faulty trackpad can severely hinder your productivity and overall user experience. Whether your MacBook trackpad is unresponsive, erratic, or physically damaged, our professional repair services are here to help.

The MacBook trackpad, featuring Apple’s Force Touch technology, utilizes pressure sensors and haptic feedback to simulate clicks, providing a uniform response across the entire surface. Made of glass, it supports multi-touch gestures and precise cursor control.

The trackpad connects via the logic board, with newer models integrating the Taptic Engine for enhanced feedback. It’s coated to resist fingerprints and smudges, ensuring smooth and accurate tracking. Advanced algorithms in macOS optimize gesture recognition and responsiveness, offering a seamless user experience.

Common Trackpad Issues:

  • Unresponsiveness: Trackpad not responding to clicks or gestures.
  • Erratic Behavior: Cursor jumping or moving unpredictably.
  • Physical Damage: Cracks, dents, or other physical damage.
  • Battery Issues: Swollen batteries causing trackpad malfunctions.

How long will it take?

We can replace your MacBook trackpad the same day we receive it. If you visit our store in Dubai, it will take about 4 to 6 hours to fix your MacBook trackpad. Please call the store you will be visiting to check for stock availability before arriving.

What quality parts do you use?

We use Genuine trackpads in our repairs. It is the same part that came with your MacBook when it was new. This allows us to deliver the same high-quality service the repair industry can offer.

Is there any warranty for the repair?

We provide a 1-Year warranty for OEM trackpad replacements.

*Warranty is considered void if your device has accidental damage, liquid ingress, or user misuse.

What the repair includes:

How much will it cost?

MacBook trackpad repair costs in Dubai – United Arab Emirates

The pricing in this quote only applies to a replacement MacBook trackpad. You’ll pay additional costs if you have any other problems with your MacBook. We offer up to a 50% discount on the second part and up to a 75% discount on the third part used for the same MacBook.

You can refer to the Mac Repair page to find out more about our Mac repair service.

*All prices are in Arab Emirates Dirham (AED) and include VAT.

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How can I get service for my device?

Carry-in repair

Please call the store you will be visiting to check for stock availability before arriving. No appointments are required.

Pickup & Delivery

We provide pickup & delivery service for an additional fee if you are located within the city limits of Dubai.


Courier service is available if you live in Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain, Ras AL Khaimah or Fujairah.

Is my MacBook covered under Apple warranty?

If you purchased your MacBook less than a year ago and there is no visible damage on your device, you might be eligible to get the MacBook replaced under Apple Limited Warranty at the Apple Store or any Apple Authorized Service Provider.

Not sure if your MacBook is under warranty? Check if you have an Apple Limited Warranty or Apple Care+ by entering the MacBook serial number.

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Here are some of the customers’ most common questions about MacBook trackpad.

Yes, a MacBook trackpad can be fixed. Common issues such as unresponsiveness, erratic cursor behavior, physical damage, or problems caused by a swollen battery can be addressed. Repairs may involve software troubleshooting, trackpad or cable replacement, or addressing battery issues. While minor software fixes can be attempted at home, professional repair services are recommended for hardware issues to ensure proper diagnosis and use of genuine parts.

To clean your MacBook trackpad, power off and unplug your device. Use a soft, lint-free cloth lightly dampened with isopropyl alcohol (70% or higher) to gently wipe the trackpad in a circular motion, removing fingerprints and dirt. For edges, use a cotton swab dampened with alcohol. Avoid getting liquid inside the trackpad, and allow it to air dry completely before use. Regular cleaning helps maintain its responsiveness and appearance. Read our comprehensive guide on How to clean your MacBook Trackpad.

To right-click on a MacBook trackpad, you can use two methods:

  1. Two-Finger Click: Tap the trackpad with two fingers simultaneously.

  2. Corner Click: Enable “Secondary click” in System Preferences > Trackpad. Choose the desired corner (bottom right or left) and click in that corner to perform a right-click.

Both methods provide the functionality of a right-click, allowing you to access context menus and other secondary options.

Using a MacBook trackpad is intuitive and allows for various gestures that enhance navigation and productivity:

  1. Basic Navigation:
    • Click: Press down on the trackpad to select items.
    • Tap to Click: Enable this in System Preferences > Trackpad to tap the trackpad lightly instead of pressing down.

  2. Scrolling:
    • Two-Finger Scroll: Place two fingers on the trackpad and move them up or down to scroll through documents and web pages.


  3. Zooming:
    • Pinch to Zoom: Place two fingers on the trackpad and pinch them together or apart to zoom in and out.


  4. Swiping:
    • Three-Finger Swipe: Swipe left or right with three fingers to switch between full-screen apps or desktops.
    • Two-Finger Swipe: Swipe left or right with two fingers to navigate back and forth in web browsers.


  5. Exposé and Mission Control:
    • Four-Finger Swipe Up: Swipe up with four fingers to access Mission Control, displaying all open windows and desktops.
    • Four-Finger Swipe Down: Swipe down with four fingers to view all windows of the current application.


  6. Right-Click:
    • Two-Finger Tap: Tap with two fingers to perform a right-click and access context menus.


These gestures can be customized in System Preferences > Trackpad, allowing you to tailor the trackpad to your preferences and enhance your MacBook experience.