Macbook pro 13 2011 LCD


Jun 14, 2020
Hi everyone,
I have Macbook pro 13 2011 I broke the LCD but apple doesn't support this model any more I found local online company where they offer to fix the laptop for me and after they fix it they give me back the old part but wasn't apple it was LG brand when I went back to them I said this is not my part my LCD should be apple they said apple never had an LCD brand by them self they use different brands.
is this information right or they swab my original screen with something else?
Thank You


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The best screen nowadays are LPD and laser phosphor display, LED, LCD. The led video walls pictures create a solid visualization for spectators. They can’t take their eyes from the LED to know the scores, decisions, and match goings. In just a time, it can draw the attention of each bystander going through.
Excellent Chinese-style gobbledegook.
(My favourite e-bay descriptions are like this)


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LG is the main supplier of panels for TV manufacturers, I don't know but I wouldn't be surprised if Apple used them too.
By giving you back the duff LG panel, your repairers don't appear to be hiding anything from you. (Unless you think the duff one wasn't yours - now that would be devious of them).
Maybe someone can say for sure whether or not Apple use LG displays.


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Sep 24, 2008
Apple does not make anything, they just design it and then let the sweat shops in China build it with suitable components authorised by Apple. (A few parts do have Apple branding if it has been modified or is unique to the product)



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May 19, 2021
The MacBook Pro is a line of Macintosh notebook computers by Apple Inc. Introduced in January 2006, it is the higher-end model of the MacBook family, sitting above the consumer-focused MacBook Air. It is currently sold with 13-inch, 14-inch, and 16-inch screens, all using variants of the Apple-designed M1 and M2 system on a chip. The first-generation MacBook Pro used the design of the PowerBook G4, but replaced the PowerPC G4 chips with Intel Core processors, added a webcam, and introduced the MagSafe power connector. The 15-inch model was introduced in January 2006; the 17-inch model in April. Later revisions added Intel Core 2 Duo processors and LED-backlit displays.

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Posting Wikipedia style comments to various old threads is not going to endear you to many forum members....🙄