7 months I ago I bought a new MacBook air 2019. Just recently the trackpad of my MacBook stopped clicking. As in, the haptic feedback from the clicking randomly stoped working. I sent my laptop over to an Apple authorized service provider since my country doesn't have an apple store, for a diagnosis. After the diagnosis they called me up and said that I have a hardware issue and they need to order certain parts internationally to properly fix the haptic system failure. However, ordering the parts and then fixing it is going to take a very long time, and time isn't what I simply have as I would be traveling the next month. So, I was wondering if it's possible instead of the repair and since I am within the warranty if I can get my entire laptop replaced for a new one? I hope someone can provide some response.