So I'm using my computer normally with my trackpad and lately I've been noticing that I've had to press slightly harder to get an actual "Click" to even register. When I do press down, it still makes the click sound, but it doesn't register the actual click. The right side of the trackpad registers clicks more responsive than the left side. This problem has gotten worse as months passed. So my issue was I was trying to test out the bottom corner clicks for Secondary Click. I set the option to the bottom right corner and it registers the secondary click as it should. Switching it to the left however is the opposite, I had to apply just a little more pressure to press down for it to register a legit click, but to my surprise while pressing down I hear a crack noise noticing the trackpad just cracked. I copied the example in the system preference trackpad video example of how they do it. As you can see in the picture the crack is just where it's suppose to pushed. I use the trackpad daily at normal use and occasionally switch to a mouse when needed, but this was unexpected. I still have apple care and purchased this computer last year in July from a Best Buy store, and I also ordered their accidental warranty plan when I purchased. What I would like to know is if Apple themselves would fix this kind of issue for free if it were to be a defect and an estimate of how much it would cost if they didn't cover it.