Apple says don't close your MacBook with a camera cover on

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The issue appears to be specifically awful with the new 16-inch ‌MacBook Pro‌ versions that have thinner bezels.

"If you close your Mac notebook with a camera cover installed, you might damage your display because the clearance between the display and keyboard is created to very tight tolerances", Apple explains in its support page.

- The camera cover must not be more than 0.01mm in thickness - Avoid using a camera cover that leaves behind any adhesive residue -If you do end up having a cover that is thicker than 0.01mm, do not forget to take it off before you close your laptop.

You can view the list of apps that have access to the camera. The Taiwan-based company's manufacturing process is also more cost-effective compared to Intel's, which can result to cheaper Macs.

Not only the display is in danger but the camera cover also blocks multiple sensors.

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Damage from making use of a webcam go over to the digital camera is regarded as accidental and can be repaired beneath AppleCare+, but it can be rather probable it can be an situation that Apple will not likely fix for clients that really don't have ‌AppleCare‌+, and it's an high-priced fix. The Facetime HD camera, installed on all Macbooks will turn green when the camera is used. This will also be accompanied next year by the new and redesigned 14-inch MacBook Pro that we've already been hearing about. For instance, the "Fruitfly" malware circulated for years with the apparent ability to secretly hijack a Mac's web camera.

So instead, you should just rely on the indicator light that shows when the camera is active, which means that you're supposed to always determine when someone who managed to broke into your device actually enabled the camera.

In case you still insist on using a camera cover, Apple says it should be no thicker than a 0.1mm thicker average printed piece of paper and shouldn't leave any adhesive residue behind.

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