- Aug 27, 2011
Does this look like a Hardware or Software issue?
Is it worth fixing?? I just got this Macbook Air for free!! How much would it cost and but who should i do it?? Is apple expensive?
Can do it for $165 is it worth it?? Or should i Try to do it myself? I know how to upgrade RAM, HD, etc....but never have done an LCD...
Would this be a good LCD??
I sugget not doing it yourself. The display is probably the hardest place to access. Really though go to "about this mac" on your computer and ut the serial number in at https://selfsolve.apple.com/GetWarranty.do then you can tell if your warranty has expired, and check if you can get it replaced for free.
So if that's the case, it probably only went out of warranty a couple of days/weeks ago, since the Apple warranty lasts for 1 year from release date and the 2010 models were released in early October of 2010. It's still worth taking it to an Apple Store or call 1-800-MY-APPLE. If the problem has existed for a few weeks you should mention that and more likely than not, Apple will take care of you.