I've had my iBook for a good few years now and it has proven to be a very reliable machine. Prior to now i've never had any trouble with it overheating and on the whole it has been great. After routinely charging the iBook for about three hours or so I went to pick it up, only to drop it as the plastic casing was too hot to handle. My fingers were still burning when I dropped the iBook so I ran them under cold water for a few minutes to prevent any lasting burns. Nevertheless I sustained minor 1st degree burns for a few days on my finger tips. I opened the iBook up again after leaving it to cool down for a few days and to my surprise there appeared to be several patches where the display had deformed and it appears as if the liquid crystals had been tanned a light brown in several places. These details are not only visible to the discerning user such as my self but the normal average Joe. What I can only assume to be burn marks are across around 30-40mm patches across the screen. I've come here to ask for some advice on what I should do. As far as I can see I have the following options: 1. Replace the screen at my expense, forget about the malfunction and hope it doesn't happen again. 2. Contact Apple and make a fuss. 3. Buy a new laptop after MW08. As far as I'm concerned I don't really feel I should have to pay for the repairs or buy a new laptop. I am perfectly happy to continue using my iBook as it does everything I need it to in the way of internet browsing, emailing and word processing. I can't use the laptop now as for some hardware malfunction the screen has become damaged, something I didn't anticipate would happen when I bought it. Is Apple responsible for the safety of it's products after the warranty period expires? I was vigilant in ensuring that my original battery was returned after Apple recalled a ton of them, and I can safely say that I played my part in ensuring that I was never negligent in terms of safety when using my iBook. Any comments or thoughts will be appreciated.