Hey everyone Currently I own a Macbook Pro 13" which was purchased this year obviously on release date. I have realised after a long use up till now that when ever I move the display( as in the screen forward or backward) there is now some plastic squeaky sound ( it never happened before atleast when it was relatively new). I then look at the back of my Macbook Pro where the hinge is there is that long piece of plastic, I put my finger on it and push it inwards, you can hear plastic squeaking. This is also where hot air is getting blown out. My question is could the hot air coming out of the macbook pro being too hot and slightly deform the plastic causing your screen to go squeaky when you move the screen forward or backward and would apple do anything about this? Thanks PS it was purchased back in June when the price for it was still quite expensive so I kinda feel bad paying this much but having a small problem (even when the problem is so small).