Screen damage caused by falls, bumps, and accidental movements at work or school, or the dreaded dead pixel problems that affected previous MacBook models much more frequently than today, have helped Apple repair technicians practice a lot in the past to repair or replace a damaged screen. If you find a broken screen that needs to be replaced on your MacBook Pro, you may prefer to head directly to the nearest official Apple Store. And while Apple experts obviously know their stuff, be prepared to pay a penny. If you purchased AppleCare+ for your MacBook Pro, you're covered for “up to two incidents of accidental damage”.
If your initial warranty has expired and you haven't been able to purchase AppleCare+, be prepared to pay a large bill. Replacing the screen on your MacBook Pro is a repair that you can do yourself quite easily, but it should be done by a professional if your computer is under warranty or if you don't feel comfortable doing the repair yourself. If you're looking for an affordable way to replace your MacBook Pro's screen, there are several options available. You can purchase a replacement screen from an online retailer or from an Apple Store. You can also find third-party repair shops that specialize in Mac repairs and can replace the screen for you.
If you decide to replace the screen yourself, make sure you have all the necessary tools and parts before starting the repair. You'll need a Phillips screwdriver, a spudger tool, and a replacement LCD panel. You'll also need to purchase thermal paste and adhesive strips to secure the new panel in place. Replacing the screen on your MacBook Pro is not an easy task and should only be attempted by experienced technicians.
If you're not comfortable doing the repair yourself, it's best to take it to an Apple Store or third-party repair shop for professional assistance.