Hello everyone I’m going to talk about a project I just finished.
Last year, I bought the 13″ Macbook Air (MBA), and though I love it, I was really waiting for the 13″ retina Macbook Pro (rMBP) to be released this year. However once it finally came out, I was a bit disappointed. Yes, it had a retina display, however even that does not run at native resolution, instead scaling to 1280×800, 1440×900, or 1680×1050. The MBA runs at native 1440×900, and the 2012 model features similar graphics/processor performance to the new rMBP.
So, I decided that rather then buy the new rMBP, I’d upgrade my MBA to this years model which gives me improved graphics performance, the 720p HD front camera (from VGA, .3 vs 1.3mp), and nearly double SSD speed. However, one aesthetic feature that I really liked about the MBP line was the black bezel around the screen.
So the DIY’er in me searched the net for a way to make it happen. I checked a few sites and found a guy who was selling black bezel stickers. I sent him a few emails and soon a kit was on its way 😉 Below are the steps I took to apply the sticker 🙂