If you have been experiencing problems with the rubber separating from the bottom of your Macbook case. You will be pleased to know that you are not alone and now Apple have launched a new ‘Case Replacement Program’ to help you out.
The program covers any Apple MacBooks shipped between October 2009 and April 2011 that may have experienced this issue.
Apple offers three options for replacing the case:
1. Set up an appointment with an Apple Genius and visit an Apple Retail Store;
2. Visit an Apple Authorized Service Provider
3. Order a replacement case kit online.
**All the DIY kits include a new bottom case, screws, a Phillips head screwdriver and instructions for removal of the old case and installation of the new one.
If you have already paid for a replacement case on your Macbook you will need to contact Apple as you might be entitled to a refund.
Source : Apple
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