I use my late 2009 unibody MacBook Pro with an external display, and yesterday I put it on my docking system as usual when I got home. At that point there were no cracks in the screen, and everything was working fine. This morning I took the computer and put it in my backpack without opening it, so I don't know if the screen was cracked then or not. I then took it somewhere in my backpack, and 15 minutes later opened it up to find two crack centers above the lcd (one on either side fo the webcam) that had spiderwebbed across the top and down the edges of the lcd. I don't know exactly how it happened. I didn't drop it or anything, but things were a little tight in my backpack. I have found a service that will do same-day repairs for $130 on cracked glass, but my computer is under applecare. Is there any possibility that apple would repair/help for free, and if so, how long would I have to part with my computer for? If not, does the $130 repair sound like a good idea?