Fitting Information sells a wide range of upgrade products for Apple Mac computers. Most of these products are designed to be installed by the end user, although there are a few products where professional installation is highly recommended.

As an aid and a guide to our customers, we provide an overview of the installation process required for those upgrades that are designed for user installation. This is intended to provide an idea of how difficult a particular upgrade is to install, in order that our customers are able to make an informed decision on whether to purchase a particular product.

However this is provided as a guide before purchase ONLY. With the exception of RAM and hard drives, all our products come with their own fitting instructions, and you should refer to these when fitting the product. In the case of RAM and hard drives (which are compatible with a huge range of equipment), fitting instructions will be provided by the computer manufacturer, and you should refer to these.

Most importantly, it is vital to take basic precautions to prevent damage to your equipment or injury to yourself. All equipment should have mains power turned off, and precautions should be taken to prevent static damage to the components of the machine. All our instructions assume that you know and understand these and other dangers.

MacUpgrades can accept no liability for damage or injury to property, data or persons, or loss of business, that results from the installation of any of the products that we sell. As such, all installations are carried out at your own risk.

If you want to find more information on the web about fitting upgrades in Macintosh computers, these sites are a good place to start:

MacUpgrades Fitting Service

MacUpgrades does provide a fitting service, and we can arrange the collection and redelivery of your computer from anywhere in mainland UK. Please see this page for more information.