We recovered the data from this M1 MacBook Air that was liquid-damaged and would not power on.

Before we sent this severely liquid-damaged MacBook to Apple for a $299 AppleCare liquid service, we recovered the data before it was shipped out. Even if your machine doesn’t power on, or if it has liquid damage, or if you can’t see your screen, we may still be able to get your data. When new Macs have embedded hard drives, it makes it extra challenging to grab your data if the unit doesn’t power on. With older Macs, when they would not power on, we could remove your hard drive or SSD and usually have the data with no problem. This makes it super important to back up your data on new Macs.

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