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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

iBooks display warped?


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my friend who just got his 12" ibook noticed that the sides of his display are warped. i checked it out and sure enough both sides of the screen bump out pretty bad. i looked at mine and i just noticed mine has little bumps but nothing like his - i told him its nothing to worry about but maybe he should worry about it...mine just seems like there is something underneath pushing out the plastic a little bit...anyone else notice this? sorry if i am not being clear.
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i don't but its not that big of a deal. i mean on mine its just "bumpy" on the sides but my friends brand new iBook it actually comes out ... but i honestly do not think its a big deal just curious if anyone else noticed it on their ibook.
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