It's hilarious that people are more terrified of a Trump presidency than the horror of the world we already live in - where when someone puts a tiny scratch in something it's considered a traumatic life event that requires scheming and manipulating in order to get the entire product replaced.there have been a few complains in the forum about a few keys on the machine kind of stuck and not very responsive. If that's the case with your machine ( check each key for consistency), may be return it and get a new one?
Thanks for this link! I always had to spend a lot of time searching eBay and Etsy.There's always the option of getting a decal that goes around on the Apple logo. The 12" MacBook's Apple logo doesn't illuminate, but they could still work, especially when the goal is to cover up the scratch.
Best Buy has a few styles locally for $4-12, but the rest can be found here: https://www.macdecals.com
I find it more disturbing to have a scratch on an iPhone to be honest (and that's one of the reasons why I have a cover).The first scratch is always the toughest. After that, you realize that it's a portable computer and that it'll probably get a scratch or ten