|Jul 5, 2013, 10:48 AM||#1|
Minor LCD Backlight Bleed Covered by AppleCare? How Little Is Too Little?
My 2010 MBA has suddenly started having a backlight bleed on the bottom of the screen. The bleed is not humongous but still clearly visible. It does not really obstruct the use of the product, but it is annoying. And seeing as I still have three months of AppleCare I'm wondering if I should try to get it fixed.
The bleed goes away if I watch a black image, but otherwise it is always present and always in the exact sample place.
Unfortunately taking a photo of it is challenging, but this is the best I could get. Here I am watching a completely white webpage (about:blank) on Safari
In real life it is definitely much easier to spot
Anyone else have a similar situation?
|Jul 5, 2013, 10:48 PM||#4|
You got AppleCare, get the most of it.
Happy to own my first Apple product: Mid 2013 MBA i5, 8GB, 256GB SSD. (:
Happy to own my second Apple product: Blue iPod Shuffle 4th Generation. (:
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