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Stage Light Effect on Display Screen

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With my horrendous luck I noticed this issue just a week after the 1 year warranty of my Macbook Pro ended.

According to my research this issue can stem from 3 things:

1) a faulty LED-Backlit display in which case will need to have the whole display replaced

OR

2) LVDS 'graphic cable' issue, either it needs to be

--replaced

--or just repositioned

At this point in time I'm leaning more towards bringing it to an accredited Apple center for repair.

My question is, '''''can anyone tell me the range for fees and for how long the repairs would be for each scenario mentioned above?''''' Just a minimum/estimate would be fine so that I won't be quite shocked when I do bring it over to the center ><

And '''''is this an issue that I can just ignore, practically speaking? Would it get worse if I leave it as is(like bigger shadows or whatnot overtime)?'''''

On a side note, I also noted keyboard issues popping up after this. Sometimes the letter 's' would have a lag, won't be functional or would double type. Same with the no. 2 key. I'm not sure if this is related or an entirely different problem with the display -- no other functions seem affected

MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports)

Processor: 2 GHz Intel Core i5

Memory: 8 GB 1867 MHz LPDDR3

Graphics: Intel Iris Graphics 540 1536 MB

[image|1336340]

- picture taken at the lowest screen brightness

- increasing it appears to lessen the shadows but they're still visible even at maximum brightness

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Stage Light Effect on Display Screen

Metin:

With my horrendous luck I noticed this issue just a week after the 1 year warranty of my Macbook Pro ended.
 
According to my research this issue can stem from 3 things:
 
1) a faulty LED-Backlit display in which case will need to have the whole display replaced
 
OR
 
2) LVDS 'graphic cable' issue, either it needs to be
 
--replaced
 
--or just repositioned
 
At this point in time I'm leaning more towards bringing it to an accredited Apple center for repair.
 
My question is, '''can''can anyone tell me the range for fees and for how long the repairs would be for each scenario mentioned above?above?''''' Just a minimum/estimate would be fine so that I won't be quite shocked when I do bring it over to the center ><
My question is, '''can''can anyone tell me the range for fees and for how long the repairs would be for each scenario mentioned above?above?''''' Just a minimum/estimate would be fine so that I won't be quite shocked when I do bring it over to the center ><
 
And '''is''is this an issue that I can just ignore, practically speaking? Would it get worse if I leave it as is(like bigger shadows or whatnot)?whatnot overtime)?'''''
And '''is''is this an issue that I can just ignore, practically speaking? Would it get worse if I leave it as is(like bigger shadows or whatnot)?whatnot overtime)?'''''
 
On a side note, I also noted keyboard issues popping up after this. Sometimes the letter 's' would have a lag, won't be functional or would double type. Same with the no. 2 key. I'm not sure if this is related or an entirely different problem with the display -- no other functions seem affected
 
MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports)
 
Processor: 2 GHz Intel Core i5
 
Memory: 8 GB 1867 MHz LPDDR3
 
Graphics: Intel Iris Graphics 540 1536 MB
 
[image|1336340]
 
- picture taken at the lowest screen brightness
 
- increasing it appears to lessen the shadows but they're still visible even at maximum brightness

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MacBook Pro 13" Function Keys 2017

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Düzenleyen: skmmanuel ,

Başlık:

Stage Light Effect on Display Screen

Metin:

With my horrendous luck I noticed this issue just a week after the 1 year warranty of my Macbook Pro ended.
 
According to my research this issue can stem from 3 things:
 
1) a faulty LED-Backlit display in which case will need to have the whole display replaced
 
OR
 
2) LVDS 'graphic cable' issue, either it needs to be
 
--replaced
 
--or just repositioned
 
At this point in time I'm leaning more towards bringing it to an accredited Apple center for repair.
At this point in time I'm leaning more towards bringing it to an accredited Apple center for repair.
 
My question is, can'''can anyone tell me the range for fees and for how long the repairs would be for each scenario mentioned above?above?''' Just a minimum/estimate would be fine so that I won't be quite shocked when I do bring it over to the center ><

And '''is this an issue that I can just ignore, practically speaking? Would it get worse if I leave it as is(like bigger shadows or whatnot)?'''
My question is, can'''can anyone tell me the range for fees and for how long the repairs would be for each scenario mentioned above?above?''' Just a minimum/estimate would be fine so that I won't be quite shocked when I do bring it over to the center ><

And '''is this an issue that I can just ignore, practically speaking? Would it get worse if I leave it as is(like bigger shadows or whatnot)?'''
 
On a side note, I also noted keyboard issues popping up after this. Sometimes the letter 's' would have a lag, won't be functional or would double type. Same with the no. 2 key. I'm not sure if this is related or an entirely different problem with the display -- no other functions seem affected
 
MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports)
 
Processor: 2 GHz Intel Core i5
 
Memory: 8 GB 1867 MHz LPDDR3
 
Graphics: Intel Iris Graphics 540 1536 MB
 
[image|1336340]
[image|1336340]
- picture taken at the lowest screen brightness
 
- increasing it appears to lessen the shadows but they're still visible even at maximum brightness

Cihaz:

MacBook Pro 13" Function Keys 2017

Durum:

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Düzenleyen: skmmanuel ,

Başlık:

Stage Light Effect on Display Screen

Metin:

With my horrendous luck I noticed this issue just a week after the 1 year warranty of my Macbook Pro ended.
 
According to my research this issue can stem from 3 things:
 
1) a faulty LED-Backlit display in which case will need to have the whole display replaced
 
OR
 
2) LVDS 'graphic cable' issue, either it needs to be
 
--replaced
 
--or just repositioned
 
At this point in time I'm leaning more towards bringing it to an accredited Apple center for repair. My

My
question is, can anyone tell me the range for fees and for how long the repairs would be for each scenario mentioned above? Just a minimum/estimate would be fine so that I won't be quite shocked when I do bring it over to the center ><
At this point in time I'm leaning more towards bringing it to an accredited Apple center for repair. My

My
question is, can anyone tell me the range for fees and for how long the repairs would be for each scenario mentioned above? Just a minimum/estimate would be fine so that I won't be quite shocked when I do bring it over to the center ><
 
On a side note, I also noted keyboard issues popping up after this. Sometimes the letter 's' would have a lag, won't be functional or would double type. Same with the no. 2 key. I'm not sure if this is related or an entirely different problem with the display -- no other functions seem affected
 
MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports)
 
Processor: 2 GHz Intel Core i5
 
Memory: 8 GB 1867 MHz LPDDR3
 
Graphics: Intel Iris Graphics 540 1536 MB
 
[image|1336340]
- picture taken at the lowest screen brightness
- increasing it appears to lessen the shadows but they're still visible even at maximum brightness

Cihaz:

MacBook Pro 13" Function Keys 2017

Durum:

open

Düzenleyen: skmmanuel ,

Başlık:

Stage Light Effect on Display Screen

Metin:

With my horrendous luck I noticed this issue just a week after the 1 year warranty of my Macbook Pro ended.
 
According to my research this issue can stem from 3 things:
 
1) a faulty LED-Backlit display in which case will need to have the whole display replaced
 
OR
 
2) LVDS 'graphic cable' issue, either it needs to be
 
--replaced
 
--or just repositioned
 
At this point in time I'm leaning more towards bringing it to an accredited Apple center for repair. My question is, can anyone tell me the range for fees and for how long the repairs would be for each scenario mentioned above? Just a minimum/estimate would be fine so that I won't be quite shocked when I do bring it over to the center ><
 
On a side note, I also noted keyboard issues popping up after this. Sometimes the letter 's' would have a lag, won't be functional or would double type. Same with the no. 2 key. I'm not sure if this is related or an entirely different problem with the display -- no other functions seem affected
 
MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports)
 
Processor: 2 GHz Intel Core i5
 
Memory: 8 GB 1867 MHz LPDDR3
 
Graphics: Intel Iris Graphics 540 1536 MB
Graphics: Intel Iris Graphics 540 1536 MB
 
[image|1336340]
- picture taken at the lowest screen brightness
- increasing it appears to lessen the shadows but they're still visible even at maximum brightness
[image|1336340]
- picture taken at the lowest screen brightness
- increasing it appears to lessen the shadows but they're still visible even at maximum brightness

Cihaz:

MacBook Pro 13" Function Keys 2017

Durum:

open

Düzenleyen: skmmanuel ,

Başlık:

Stage Light Effect on Display Screen

Metin:

With my horrendous luck I noticed this issue just a week after the 1 year warranty of my Macbook Pro ended.
 
According to my research this issue can stem from 3 things:
 
1) a faulty LED-Backlit display in which case will need to have the whole display replaced
 
OR
 
2) LVDS 'graphic cable' issue, either it needs to be
 
--replaced
 
--or just repositioned
 
At this point in time I'm leaning more towards bringing it to an accredited Apple center for repair. My question is, can anyone tell me the range for fees and for how long the repairs would be for each scenario mentioned above? Just a minimum/estimate would be fine so that I won't be quite shocked when I do bring it over to the center ><
 
On a side note, I also noted keyboard issues popping up after this. Sometimes the letter 's' would have a lag, won't be functional or would double type. Same with the no. 2 key. I'm not sure if this is related or an entirely different problem with the display -- no other functions seem affected
 
MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports)
 
Processor: 2 GHz Intel Core i5
 
Memory: 8 GB 1867 MHz LPDDR3
 
Graphics: Intel Iris Graphics 540 1536 MB

[image|1336340]
Graphics: Intel Iris Graphics 540 1536 MB

[image|1336340]

Cihaz:

MacBook Pro 13" Function Keys 2017

Durum:

open

Düzenleyen: skmmanuel ,

Başlık:

Stage Light Effect on Display Screen

Metin:

With my horrendous luck I noticed this issue just a week after the 1 year warranty of my Macbook Pro ended.
 
According to my research this issue can stem from 3 things:
 
1) a faulty LED-Backlit display in which case will need to have the whole display replaced
 
OR
 
2) LVDS 'graphic cable' issue, either it needs to be
 
--replaced
 
--or just repositioned
 
At this point in time I'm leaning more towards bringing it to an accredited Apple center for repair. My question is, can anyone tell me the range for fees and for how long the repairs would be for each scenario mentioned above? Just a minimum/estimate would be fine so that I won't be quite shocked when I do bring it over to the center ><
 
On a side note, I also noted keyboard issues popping up after this. Sometimes the letter 's' would have a lag, won't be functional or would double type. Same with the no. 2 key. I'm not sure if this is related or an entirely different problem with the display -- no other functions seem affected
 
MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports)
 
Processor: 2 GHz Intel Core i5
 
Memory: 8 GB 1867 MHz LPDDR3
 
Graphics: Intel Iris Graphics 540 1536 MB

Cihaz:

MacBook Pro 13" Function Keys 2017

Durum:

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: skmmanuel ,

Başlık:

Stage Light Effect on Display Screen

Metin:

With my horrendous luck I noticed this issue just a week after the 1 year warranty of my Macbook Pro ended.

According to my research this issue can stem from 3 things:

1) a faulty LED-Backlit display in which case will need to have the whole display replaced

OR

2) LVDS 'graphic cable' issue, either it needs to be

--replaced

--or just repositioned

At this point in time I'm leaning more towards bringing it to an accredited Apple center for repair. My question is, can anyone tell me the range for fees and for how long the repairs would be for each scenario mentioned above? Just a minimum/estimate would be fine so that I won't be quite shocked when I do bring it over to the center ><

MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports)

Processor: 2 GHz Intel Core i5

Memory: 8 GB 1867 MHz LPDDR3

Graphics: Intel Iris Graphics 540 1536 MB

Cihaz:

MacBook Pro 13" Function Keys 2017

Durum:

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