It was some years (about 2 to 2.5 years?) ago that I dropped my Macbook Pro and smashed the screen. I sent it in for repairs at a third-party and when it came back, everything seemed fine. It was not until recently, like months after the fix, did I realize that the touchpad had some problems. It felt unresponsive to clicking, as if there were something stuck and prevented the touch pad from travelling all the way down. It was also then when I realize that the Macbook did not sit flat on a flat surface (basically it was wobbling if you put force on the corners). I thought everything was fine… not until I went to open up the back cover just a month ago did I realize the root cause of all the issues.
It has been roughly 3 weeks sinceÂ I’ve gotten a 2014 15″ RetinaÂ Macbook Pro. The semester is about to hit its third week and I’ve been using much of the mac and thought ofÂ sharing some of my thoughtsÂ on the Apple laptop and my experience using it.
[photo byÂ Tiziano L. U. Caviglia via flickr]
This is a guide that you can refer to even if you have other MacBook Pros. The screw and hardware positions might be slightly different according to the version you have but the process is more or less the same. Do refer to the video guides that Iâ€™ve recorded to see some hands on action. It is a relatively simple process should you have the correct tools and applications.