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My almost 3 years old macbook has a few white spots on the LCD. They're much bigger than bad pixels, also they're blurry. Strangely, they're more visible on a light background than on a black one.
Has anyone here had that sort of thing and got it fixed under apple care?
Had one on an imac display, didn't really know what they were? I kinda just put up with it as it was more of an inconvenience to get it fixed. Ring Apple though see what they say?
I thought I had that on my new MBP. Went in o the store, they changed the desktop image from from the space one to another and they disappeared.
I went very red
Those be FAP spots. You can haz screen cleaner?
I have 2 of those on my 3 year old + 20" cinema display and also notice them on white. They happened just after Apple Care run out too, so just put up with em
I'd rather buy a matte screen and replace it myself than get Apple Care next time, it's only worth it with expensive models. I'll see what it's worth though.
I had that problem on an older MBP, a late 2003 model. Apple care replaced the screen. It is a known issue with their older displays.
i had spots on my 03 powerbook, The screen was replaced with one that had slightly smaller spots. They are still there and you don't see them unless the background is a solid color.
I had white spots on a Powerbook, replaced under Applecare. I think they'd replace even out of warranty as its clearly defective and will be a known issue.
why is apple having so many problems lately?