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Posted 19 August 2012 - 06:17
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Posted 19 August 2012 - 20:33
First, it's to your benefit that you stop wasting time posting here and take it to the Apple Store asap. Have someone at the genius bar take a look, run some tests, and let them diagnose the problem. It could be as simple as reinstalling OSX to fix the problem. I'm not sure whether the speakers are soldered in like most of the other components on the rMBP, but if they can fix it at the store, then good for you. Otherwise, the only way to fix a hardware issue is to send it in for repair and they will offer you a loaner. If they decide that the entire laptop needs to be replaced, they usually will let you keep the current one and mail it back to them when the replacement comes.
So I guess this isn't normal. I don't know what to do really. As I said I need my macbook for school in 2 weeks. So the only option is either keep it or my local apple store must have it in stock (which usually it does not). I can't order a new one because it is going to take longer than 2 weeks even if it's for a replacement. I don't know what to do guys. Any suggestions? The whole computer works fine.. it's just that little bit of annoyance. Kind of like a bug annoying you.
Posted 20 August 2012 - 00:14
Posted 20 August 2012 - 01:49
Nice. Enjoy the appointment. Apple Care is the best customer service you will get for any tech product.
I've already made an appointment with them tomorrow.
Posted 20 August 2012 - 18:23