The photos are a bit big, so I'll upload them elsewhere. http://imgur.com/a/nc85u So, I've had my MBP for over a year now. It is a late 2011 model, but I don't know exactly how long I've had it. So far, the only charger I have needed was the one that came with the computer. I was pretty impressed with its durability, as I was familiar with the old charger models and knew how often they broke. Today, I was using my laptop on my bed and plugged in the charger. Half an hour later, I noticed the end of the charger looked really weird. I unplugged it, turned it around, and saw the bare wires exposed and the insulation split open. I have no idea why it happened, nor do I know exactly when it happened. My MBP is still covered under extended warranty, but I have no idea whether or not this extends to the charger it came with. So, my question is, if I bring my charger into an Apple store, will I get a replacement under warranty? Or will I just have to suck it up and shell out the cash for a new one?