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I have seen something similar, if not identicalidentical, on the original MacBook Air (A1237). In my case, it appears to be a loose display connector. By applying moderate pressure with my finger to a point along the bottom side of the display bezel, the area of distortion disappears, at least until pressure is removed. I think the machine was carried from the top with the display open, and this put a strain on the display cable. (Just an educated guess.)
I have seen something similar, if not identicalidentical, on the original MacBook Air (A1237). In my case, it appears to be a loose display connector. By applying moderate pressure with my finger to a point along the bottom side of the display bezel, the area of distortion disappears, at least until pressure is removed. I think the machine was carried from the top with the display open, and this put a strain on the display cable. (Just an educated guess.)

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I have seen something similar, if not identical on the original MacBook Air (A1237).  In my case, it appears to be a loose display connector.  By applying moderate pressure with my finger to a point along the bottom side of the display bezel, the area of distortion disappears, at least until pressure is removed.  I think the machine was carried from the top with the display open, and this put a strain on the display cable.  (Just an educated guess.)

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open