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Condition Specifications

Apple Computers

Good:

  • All parts of the device (including system software) are fully functional.
  • Powers on, no cracks and only minimal wear and tear
  • Displays an image and no physical damage to screen such as screen peel/delamination
  • Backlight fully working, No liquid damage, dead pixels on screen
  • No missing internal/external parts (HDD, SSD, RAM) and all ports work (HDMI and USB etc.)
  • Does not overheat and hinges fully working (if applicable)
  • Working power supply without exposed leads included, powers on/remains on (when not plugged into charger)
  • All components are working (Speakers, Mic, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth etc.), fully working touchpad and UK keyboard

Poor:

  • All parts of the device (including system software) are fully functional.
  • Powers on, no cracks, moderate to heavy wear and tear (including scratches)
  • Displays an image and no physical damage to screen such as screen peel/delamination
  • Backlight fully working, no liquid damage or dead pixels on screen
  • No missing internal/external parts (HDD, SSD, RAM) and all ports work (HDMI and USB etc.)
  • Does not overheat and hinges fully working (if applicable)
  • Missing power supply or power supply has exposed leads,
  • All components are working (Speakers, Mic, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth etc.), fully working touchpad and UK keyboard

Faulty:

  • Not fully functional (i.e parts not working or system software fails to load)
  • Does not power on or display an image
  • Severe wear and tear (cracks or heavy dents) and/or display malfunction (delamination, dead pixels, faulty backlight)
  • Missing internal/external parts (HDD, SSD, RAM) and/or not working all ports (HDMI and USB etc.)
  • Overheat and/or loose hinges (if applicable)
  • Battery does not hold or is missing(if applicable)
  • Components are not working (Speakers, Mic, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth etc.), including the touchpad and/orkeyboard
  • BIOS or power on password (note this is not a password to get into Mac OS)