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Originally Posted by G4 ibookboy View Post
just heard from a friend of mine who has the same macbook that apple is replacing the top cases because of cracking.... wondering if they still are? if not no big deal
This is something Apple has been doing for quite a while (years)...I had a MacBook I owned repaired for this issue a couple years ago.

I couldn't find any active Apple documents still referencing the free repair program for MacBook topcase & display bezel cracking (I think Apple pulls these documents from their servers when the official time period for repairs has concluded).

But...via internet searching...I spotted some folks saying that they were still getting (recently) the repair done for free. So maybe it is still being done "unofficially" on a case by case basis. So I would say give Apple or your local Apple Store a call to see what they can do for you.

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