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Just wondering if anyone else has notice tiny air bubbles under the glass of monitor...

They are not really noticeable when the monitor is on, except for a few that are on the black border.

I'm not very concerned with it...but they seem to be increasing. Should I be concerned? I've had the computer since August, is there anything Apple could do for me?
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yes there is something Apple could do for you, fix it
seriously just take it in and get them to look at it and hopefully
take it in and fix it.
i just don't understand how air bubbles can form under there
when air is already there...
oh well. maybe it's WATER!
good luck
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I would be pretty concerned about it. They may be small now, but what about in a year? I would take it in and get it checked out.
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take it in
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that is definately something that should be looked at because, like mentioned, over time it may get extremely worse and will eventually not be covered under warantee and you'd be out big time on that one

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