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Depending on which one it is, It might be a hex key. this isn't a good idea but if you dont plan to reuse this, you can use a flat head screwdriver and jam it in there and get it out, or use a Dremel or even a hacksaw to cut a groove in the head and use a flat heat to get it out. Those will destroy the screws though. I didnt find any info online about them. Gotta love apples proprietary screws

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