To top it off , im typing this on a dell ...."tear"
Been their done that ( roughly 20 minutes wait not bad)Okay, so you're done with the Apple store. Now phone Apple Canada.
No , not much of an explanation given eitherwill they at least replace the logic board???
Can I start? The vast majority of MacBooks sold are perfect or close to it. In any industry there will be lemons, be it mp3 players or computers or automobiles. Yours was probably built on a Friday afternoon.I know im probably going to get a lot of crap for this but, Macbook quality control is just not there.
No no , Im not saying I am without fault or it was an act of God.Screen cracks are never covered by warranty. It's categorized as user abuse. Screens don't crack on there own. I've heard all the excuses "too much pressure in the case", "it just happened", "I didn't do anything".
Well, something happened. You left it in the car, and the sun was beating down on it, or it was a frigid night. Your roommate put his case of beer on it. Your dad kicked your backpack. If you know you didn't cause it to crack, look at the people around you.
Aren't you misinformed...This is not a warranty issue, this is an insurance issue. I think cracked screens don't cost that much to replace anyway.
Nope , Macbook works in matched pairs 2x512Single stick of 1GB RAM?
1100$ with labour at the apple storeOnly $500? I thought it's $1000 lol cheaper than a new MacBook at least. I saw $400-600 USD.
Basically you have a MacMini now with a battery in it if you connect it to an external monitor.
The thing is , the display didn't shatter. Its completely intact except for a pressure mark and liquid floating aroundLCD panels are fragile, in all products that use them, not just the MacBook, so you really can't complain about Apple's "quality control." The display rear housing will not easily leave permanent dents in its shell, meaning plenty of LCD-shattering force could have been applied at one point without leaving exterior damage. Only the aluminum-based Mac portables are easily dented in -- plastic, not so much.