I've got a Macbook Air, the one released last year, with a 13" screen size. One morning as I open it (waking it up from sleep), I see a small spot on the screen inside, where seemingly the liquid crystal has broken. No sign of this the day before, so it surprised me quite a bit. Naturally, then the screen slowly turned into a mess with bluish and black lines, spots, as it started to flow here and there inside. I brought my MBA to an official Apple Service Provider to exchange the screen. Now here starts the issue indeed, which really pissed me off. My laptop is well under the 1-year warranty, but Apple Service says that changing this screen with its broken liquid crystals is not eligible so that I would have to pay 500 EUR in order to get it fixed. Which would be straightforward if the issue had been my fault, in case I dropped the MBA for example, and in this case the only one I could blame is me. But this is not the case here: even the Service says in its report on their diagnostics carried out on my MBA, that there are no signs of damage on the outer surface of the screen, neither those of any excessive pressure applied, and overall, my laptop is in a perfect condition externally. And in fact, I have taken thorough care to keep it in its best shape, never dropped it or let anything hit it to cause a damage. What do you think about this case and is there any chance that I get my MBA fixed within warranty? I simply find it ridiculous that I would need to pay such a high amount to get a damage fixed that is not my fault, while it was already a quite expensive purchase at the beginning. I like my MBA otherwise and this made me switch from PC to Mac, but I'm starting to get really angry at Apple for their excessively greedy attitude.