I own a MacBook Pro 15" Retina with a screen problem - Right now, I'm not sure if I just want to sell the laptop or try and get it fixed. So, since last year, my Macbook has had some screen issues. This is when it was at its worst. The entire screen is blacked out. However, sometimes it would return to normal and there would be no problem. Today, it's only the right part of the screen that is blacked out and the rest is fine. So yeah, it has changed back and forward, and today it is stable and doesn't change anymore. I've been told it can be three things that's the problem. The graphic card. But, this doesn't appear to be the case because then it wouldn't change location on the screen. The screen. But again, if it was the screen that was "broken", then it wouldn't change location either. The connection between the screen and the computer. Since it has over time changed location, and it reacts to when I'm gently hitting the laptop, I'm thinking there's some sort of communication mismatch in the device. I have minimal idea how it occurred. One day, when I used it this is what was going on. I have an idea that the laptop has suffered some kind of fall damage I don't know of (maybe back when I was at a bar and it was in my bag, maybe I might have unnoticed it falling down or something. Just an idea, without being certain.) What do you think based on what I'm telling you? Here's a picture of when it was totally black. Notice, when you gently tap the laptop or move the screen up and down, the lines would fade in and out. But today, it is only 10% of the screen that is black (can't give you a picture, because it's at my parents home).