As this is such a new system we just don’t have any history yet!
The Intel model has the screen glued in! It will take a good heat gun suction cups and plastic picks to carefully pry the display off, often times the screen will fracture in the process so be careful you control the flying glass and razor sharp edges! Wear eye protection & proper gloves.
mmm … I do wonder if this screen will work. First the description is off!
Full LCD display unit for Apple MacBookAir13.3 A21789 2020 black
Here’s the correct system description: MacBook Air: MacBookAir10,1 - A2337 - 3598
Just like the early 2020 Intel version of the MacBook Air Core i7 Apple offered TrueTone which requires new screens to be calibrated! So while a new screen will work you will loose brightness control & FaceTime camera functions. Even a new complete display assembly faces this issue as well. This is a special calibration program not available to the public only via Apples Global Services private network.
Only recycled displays don’t require calibration! So unless you have a nearby AppleStore or authorized Apple service center you’ll need to visit them and some won’t calibrate your system for you or will charge you a fee! So consider that added cost.
Now while not a solution today, Apple has made it clear they will be opening up a parts program for their gear. We don’t know when as well what will be covered time wise, or if access to the calibration tool will be offered.
While its painful, maybe its best to get your system to Apple directly so you don’t need to deal with the hassle.
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