Believe me I feel terrible. I was adding an OWC Data Doubler and Samsung SSD to my mid-2012 MacBook Pro 15". The two screws holding the AirPort/Bluetooth were getting stripped (apparently this is common; iFixit's comments mentioned it, but the comments are hidden by default). They were way too tight. I was able to get one out, but in trying to remove the second, I accidentally snapped the bracket near the screw hole. On the surface, the only visible damage is the broken screw connector on the bracket. Everything works fine, except the laptop reports no Bluetooth or Wi-Fi hardware installed. I've added a second hard drive to multiple MacBook Pros (2008 & 2011 models) numerous times, but none were ever this difficult with regards to the stripped screws. I'm still under AppleCare and I know this isn't covered. My question is will Apple fix it for me for a cost? If so, how much am I looking at? I found the various part numbers online: AirPort/Bluetooth 4.0 Card (661-6510), $60-$90 AirPort/Bluetooth Flex Cable (922-9750), $30 AirPort/Bluetooth Bracket (076-1380), $10 I know it was a stupid mistake; I just want to get it fixed correctly. I know adding a Data Doubler or second hard drive doesn't void the AppleCare warranty, but anything I break in the process does. Will Apple cancel the warranty if I ask them to fix this?