MBP Aluminum cover is flexible?

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  1. onne2slick macrumors regular

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    Are your aluminum MBP cover's flexible? By cover, I mean the lid of the laptop. Mine is flexible where the apple logo is. Even if I press down gently around that area. Is this a fault in my MBP or is this normal in everyone else's ?
     
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  3. Abbe macrumors newbie

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    Seems normal to me and OK as well as long as it has no impact on the display which you can test by pressing the lid gently while the notebook is on and watching whether the crystals start to emit rainbow colors.
     
  4. Siriosys macrumors regular

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    LOL......I thought I was the only person in the world worrying about that tonight........I just noticed it for the first time......

    Iit's surprisingly flexible, but as other posters have said, providing it doesn't have an impact on it that dents the alloy or damages the display behind it, things should be fine.
     
  5. onne2slick thread starter macrumors regular

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    haha, yeah i'm sure it's fine too :p just wondering
     
  6. sadcamper macrumors regular

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    Mine is flexible there too...while the body is very solid, the lid seems to be not-so-much. I hate that when closed, one side sits flush while the other leaves a small gap...something else that's very common from what I've read.
     
  7. schmintan macrumors regular

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    Common on the older MBP's also. Its a problem thats affected my MBP from day one.
     

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