Logic board issues can be caused by physical damage, aging, overheating, and liquid spills. Fortunately, these problems can often be solved by hiring a professional to repair the board. Our success rate is incredibly high, so if your machine has any of these issues, this is the service for you. It's important to note that Touch ID won't work after replacing the logic board.
The original MacBook Pro Touch ID sensor is uniquely paired with the factory logic board, and without Apple's patented calibration process, even an original replacement Touch ID sensor from another MacBook Pro won't work. If your MacBook Pro is relatively new, Apple may still cover the logic board repair service. The new MacBook Pro includes 90 days of technical support and a year of limited warranty for hardware repairs. Whether you have a MacBook Pro Retina or a MacBook Pro 15, the device's reduced space and improved graphics can cause the part to degrade over time.
Replacing the MacBook Pro's logic board is a complicated process and should only be attempted by those with experience in repairing computers.