How easy is it to break the glass?
At your retina display disassembly the glass has broken.
Due to there is no frame or cover for the panel it's possible to bring the same forces to it as you did by "showing it the technican".
Now my question: What have you done exactly?
How easy is it to bring the destroying forces to the panel at daily use?
Thanks in advance.
Hi Michael, great question. The reason we had such a hard time with the glass is because of how thin it is and how strong the adhesive holding it down was. Normal day-to-day usage of the laptop shouldn't be putting that type of stress on it, so there shouldn't be any reason to be worried. Apple's been doing this for a while, I don't think they would make a laptop with a glass that would break that easily with normal usage.
On the contrary. I closed my laptop and the thunderbolt connector for my monitor was sticking in slightly. I was barely applying pressure and before i even had any resistance i heard a crunch. I cracked the screen and its useless for about 2 inches on the left and 1 inch on the bottom of the screen. 1200 dollars to fix. Obviously user inflicted. I did however experience a dead pixel in the center of the screen before this all happened and there were small scratches that seemed to have come from the keyboard on the glass as well. Amazing laptop, incredibly delicate glass.