Help!! please help!! MBP 2015

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  1. ginomatic

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    Either the connector pin of the LCD or the GPU already acting up. Odd that it is squares!
     
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    Something wrong with display cable.

    No display is truly beyond repair... it's just that it's easier and costs less man power to replace things in this age of "disposable tech"
     
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    Seems to me like a flex cable or display connector issue. Highly unlikely (but still possible) that this is a GPU issue since your MacBook comes with an iGPU. iGPUs don't typically fail as much as the dGPU counterparts and like you've said, it works fine when connecting to an external display. Does the issue happen during the boot process also?
     
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    Meron talaga issue ang MBP2015 sa mga screen nila. I think nag offer ang Apple for free replacement sa mga screen ng mbp last 2016-2018.
     
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    Ynzal. Call them.
     
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    I just noticed, while I am in recovery mode, the screen nevery flickered, as if walang issue. Just curious on why is it like that in Recovery?
     
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    Hi! Does your MBP has Dual Graphics?
    Did you try SMC Reset?
    NVRAM Reset?
     
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    My screen was replaced for FREE. Better to visit Apple Authorized Service Center to have it diagnose.
     

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