Anyone who can help I'm absolutely desperate and would appreciate it sooo much!!!! I was using my two month old macbook to check my email when out of nowhere it shut off. The next day I took it to the genius bar and they shipped it off to the repair place. The "genius" assured me that it should be covered under warranty since the computer is literally only two months old. Today I received an email saying that my liquid damage sensor was triggered and that the repair will be $750!!!! I honestly have never let a drop of liquid touch this computer, it's the most valuable thing I own and I treat it as such. What's more, I live in Colorado, one of the driest places ever and highly doubt it was any type of condensation. The manager of my local store said that these liquid sensors are foolproof and that I have no other option but to pay the fee or give up on my brand new prized computer. My question is: is there really such a thing as foolproof? Are they actually so arrogant that they believe that their technology is perfect? How can I fight this? I bought an Apple computer thinking that Apple is an ethical company that actually cares about its customers, not a corporate monster. They are behaving just about as monstrously as any evil corporation I can think of. I am a recent college graduate and am about to spend the next year teaching underprivileged children English abroad, earning just about enough money to cover my basic living expenses. Please HELP!