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Hello folks, quick question. Well first, let me explain!

I was cleaning my Macbook 13 inch unibody LCD screen, as I do every night, and I noticed a.. dot on it. The LCD was off, so I knew it wasn't the pixels. I ran my finger over the dot, and perfectly smooth which would be odd if it was a scratch. So I am left to believe it is behind the glass and I assume it's dust. I bought my Macbook late december.. any idea what Apple will do? I already made an appointment at the genius bar.

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No idea, let us know what happened....

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