Okay, guess whats a royal pain with the MacBooks? You guessed it. Display housing stuff.
Unfortunately, Apple learned from their history of mistakes in regard to attaching everything to the front display bezel. Now, the lid is like a pan, and holds everything in, with the front bezel plastics clipping in place. The trick is to take a small flat blade, credit card style, or screwdriver style, what-have-you, and pop it out of place, starting along the top edge, and working your way down the sides. From there, its a matter of screw hunting and cable routing in order to get the LCD panel out of the housing, so you can color your Apple.
I know. Totally not what anyone wanted to hear. But, thats the breakdown.
Electricity tastes good. No, seriously.
Personaly, I don't give a fuzz about the new comps. I plan on just upgrading my iBook. All the parts I need I can find to upgrade my iBook to the level of one of those, except for the iSight, but I'm sure apple will have someway of buying that separatly someday. If I do get a new comp, it's gonna be a desktop.
And before I get any sarcastic comments, I figured out the classic logo.
It's actually really easy you can pull off the front bezel with your finger nails and a credit or ID card then you remove the 12 screws holding the LCD in and after that you can tilt the LCD down I suggest that you put down a towel on your key board just for safety then you need to pull off the paper in front of the apple and then your at the apple... But it is painted white so I pulled the apple off of my G3 iBook and used it in the place of the one in the mac book.
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