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raingalls

 
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I've seen a very popular trend in aluminum MacBook and MacBook Pro owners having the back of their screen laser etched with numerous designs. Kevin Rose had the Digg Logo etched onto his and Pownce Programmer Leah Culver actually sold square inch ads on the back of her MacBook Pro's Screen and had them laser etched on. So with many MacBook uber geeks and celebrity Mac users such as Kevin and Leah, it would seem to those who can afford to have laser etching done, there's no worry of voiding the warranty.

However, the geniuses in the Saddle Creek Apple Store say there's nothing that says you can't... but there's nothing that says you can.

Will laser etching the back of a new MacBook with some logo or artwork void my warranty?

Thanks In Advance,
R. Alan Ingalls
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