Hello Apple fanatics-
Apple is now including Liquid Submersion Indicator sensors throughout the recently released MacBooks. These liquid indicators are to step up their fraud protection in the event of a warranty claim. Of course Apple does not offer warranties on liquid damaged units of any kind!
As you may or may not know, Apple introduced this technology in the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPod Video units, and the indicators change to red if they are exposed to moisture. The LSIs (Liquid Submersion Indicators) are found just under the keyboard on the new units, and liquid spills will be easily identifiable by Apple Store employees.
If this should happen to you, rest assured that Mission Repair will be able to repair your MacBook at a fair price and at lightning speed. Well, pretty fast anyway. We receive liquid damaged units in constantly and we’ve quickly become experts on liquid damaged units and getting them back into our customers hands working again. Unfortunately, these type of repairs are not covered under warranty, but we’ll make it as painless as we can for you to get you back in business! Thanks for reading, have a great weekend. Ryan