Does anyone know if there's a pricing list for standard repairs to the Retina Macbook Pro? I'm curious to know if repair costs go down as new updates/models are released. Surely component cost will be going down, so I would imagine there would be a proportionate decrease in repair costs, but who knows with Apple... Long story short, I have a 13" rMBP (late 2013) with liquid damage to the trackpad (Coca Cola, to be specific). I went to the Apple Store for a repair estimate about 8-12 months ago, but was quoted something ridiculous like $800+. From what I remember, they said the entire bottom portion of the machine needed to be replaced -- battery, logic board, everything -- because the components did not have a modular design and couldn't be swapped individually. I declined to proceed with the repair since the cost was roughly equivalent to the fair market value of the machine after the repair. Would that still be the case today? Does anyone know if this specific repair costs any less? The computer itself works fine, but the trackpad doesn't 'click' and remains fully depressed. This is considerably more annoying/intrusive than I had expected, and I'm eager to have it fixed, or to replace the computer outright. If I'm going to replace the computer, however, I'd prefer to wait for the design refresh (think Macbook) rather than buy a nearly identical machine. What do you think will come first -- an affordable repair cost that doesn't rival the value of the machine, or the introduction of the new retina Macbook Pro, hopefully priced somewhere around 1500 CAD? What would you do in my case?