So much of our lives are tied to our electronics these days. With a device like the MacBook Pro, there’s no doubt that you rely on it. If your logic board isn’t working, it will stop you (and whatever you use your MacBook for) in your tracks. Read on to learn how to perform a MacBook Pro logic board replacement.
The logic board is Apple’s term for the motherboard. Replacing a logic board is usually a final effort since it essentially is the computer. Depending on what model you have, it can house everything from the CPU, graphics chip, RAM, and SSD. Because of its vitality, it’s often the most expensive part of the computer.
Since it controls so many different aspects of the computer, the signs that it’s going bad can overlap with other issues. Most often, logic board problems result in your MacBook Pro booting to a grey screen.