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Sadly the MacBook Air displays are hard to open as you would need to remove the glass and LCD screen before even attempting to bend back the corner as you would likely damage them if they aren't already cracked.
 
Apple didn't make any hardware changes between the 2015 model when it rolled out the 2017 model which technically is only one model which has a different logic board with a newer CPU.
 
I would just replace the complete lid assembly as it will be a lot better in the end. Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [guide|40753] and here's the needed part": [product|IF188-096-3] whichproduct|IF188-096-3]. The cheapest version is the cheapest versionabout $400 US.
I would just replace the complete lid assembly as it will be a lot better in the end. Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [guide|40753] and here's the needed part": [product|IF188-096-3] whichproduct|IF188-096-3]. The cheapest version is the cheapest versionabout $400 US.
 
If you wanted to have someone attempt to reform the lid it will likely cost you around the same. As they would need to take the lid apart.

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Sadly the MacBook Air displays are hard to open as you would need to remove the glass and LCD screen before even attempting to bend back the corner as you would likely damage them if they aren't already cracked.

Apple didn't make any hardware changes between the 2015 model when it rolled out the 2017 model which technically is only one model which has a different logic board with a newer CPU.

I would just replace the complete lid assembly as it will be a lot better in the end. Here's the IFIXIT guide you'll need to follow: [guide|40753] and here's the needed part": [product|IF188-096-3] which is the cheapest version.

If you wanted to have someone attempt to reform the lid it will likely cost you around the same. As they would need to take the lid apart.

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open