I have an appointment at the Apple store tomorrow. We'll see what they say. If it's really expensive to fix I might not do it, but if it's reasonable, I probably will (Although I'm not sure Apple is known for being reasonable in this sense). I mean, I did just spend $1600 for it so I want it to be perfect! ><I had a nightmare last week about this happening to mine. I woke up in a panic and quickly went to caress my MBA.
Get it fixed ASAP, at any cost. You won't be happy until you do.
That is easy to say when you are not the one paying for the repair. Especially when one does not know the finances of the other person.Get it fixed ASAP, at any cost.
How old is it? Depending on how paid for some of the major credit cards offer 90 day purchase protection.
Good Call. I purchased it less than a month ago and indeed with a major credit card with purchase protection. Limit is $500, but that should help.How old is it? Depending on how paid for some of the major credit cards offer 90 day purchase protection.
Congrats! That's actually lower than I thought it would be for the top cover and top case. Had a similar incident with a white Macbook some years back and just replacing the top cover was insane.
Made my day to see an actual adult attitude instead of another"I dropped my macbook how can I get Apple to fix it for free?"post.
Yeah, almost every major credit card (and some debit cards) carrying the visa\mastercard cover you for 3 or 6 months. If nothing else, they'll cover a return policy extension. It's a pain to file a claim and go through the process, but that's a benefit of a CC, so might as well use it.How old is it? Depending on how paid for some of the major credit cards offer 90 day purchase protection.