Interface on 1st Gen Apple TV reverted back to originalMy office has 3 Apple TVs (1st generation) that we keep our creative work on. Funny thing this morning, all 3 Apple TVs have ...
Answer to: How to replace this part of screen? MacBook A1707Just a warning to everyone with a chip in their bezel - I sent my Mac in because the battery needed servicing and issues with the keyboard keys — both are issues covered by AppleCare. However, Apple refused to fix those issues because I had a chip in the bezel panel (triangular about ⅛” wide by ⅛” tall). If I let them fix this cosmetic issue at my expense, they would cover the original issues under AppleCare. If it had been $100 for the fix I would have probably done it, maybe at $150, but they wanted $494! Yes, almost $500 for the bezel. They didn't care that it was a cosmetic issue that I didn’t care about. The three reps I talked to said the service department fixes everything or nothing, and a cracked bezel is 100% user abuse and never covered under AppleCare. The reason it’s $494 that they don’t have just this panel in their parts inventory. This panel is part of the display assembly, so Apple’s service department will have to replace the whole display on my laptop. (their service center won’t replace a ...