Perhaps a stupid question but did you do it?
How long have you had it? Did you just notice?
Thanks, will try that! I made a genius appointment tomorrow with my local apple store... Will post an update here!Alright well if you are certain that it is a chip then take it in to Apple and explain what you just explained here. It won't cost you anything if you didn't cause the damage.
Just to add to this... if it's a chip or a "dent" on the display, it'll most likely (about 99.99%) deemed as a user error, and unless you are within the 14-day return period, they'll slash your pants off and burn your wallet as compensation for the repair...Alright well if you are certain that it is a chip then take it in to Apple and explain what you just explained here. It won't cost you anything if you didn't cause the damage.
Or you can just read about it...Your signature says you own one. Go on, Touch and caress it.
https://www.macrumors.com/2012/06/1...os-retina-display-reveals-engineering-marvel/The Retina display is an engineering marvel. Its LCD is essentially the entire display assembly. Rather than sandwich an LCD panel between a back case and a piece of glass in front, Apple used the aluminum case itself as the frame for the LCD panel and used the LCD as the front glass. Theyve managed to pack five times as many pixels as the last model in a display thats actually a fraction of a millimeter thinner. And since theres no front glass, glare is much less of an issue.
I have the same problem, the screen on my rMBP got scratched just a tiny bit.Like the title says, I have a dent on the glass of my rMBP... and Its really bothering me. I don't think the actual LCD is damaged, just the glass itself. How much do you think it will take to replace it?
http://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/MacBook-Pro-Retina-Display-Teardown/9493/1If it's like every other UMBP two minutes with a heat gun and a suction cup and it'll come right off exposing the LCD and Webcam easy peasy.
Your right, little but more difficult but not too tough.http://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/MacBook-Pro-Retina-Display-Teardown/9493/1
It certainly is similar to the UMBP display, but not the same.