Many MacBook pro users are having issues with the retina display. There are some kind of mess on the display. I also have this same issue with my macbook pro retina. I tried to clean it with mac cleaners , water, glass cleaner but they didn’t work. It’s not even noticeable but still it’s there. Apple will replace the Retina displays on eligible models purchased as of June 2012 until October 16, 2017, or within 3 years of the original date of purchase or whichever is longer. Apple will repair the anti-reflective coating on your macbook retina display for free of charge. They have extended their program. See my affected macbook pro image below:
The program has not been publicly announced, but Apple has confirmed it to MacRumors that repairs continue to be handled internally through AppleCare. Apple has no plan to announce the program publicly at this time, unlike its iPhone 6s battery replacement program and over a dozen others listed on its website.
If you are also affected customer like me, If should schedule a Genius Bar appointment at an Apple Store or contact Apple support by phone, online chat, or email. Click on “get help” on this page, and then select Mac > Mac notebooks > Hardware Issues > Display Issue and support options should be presented to you. Affected customers can also visit an Apple Authorized Service Provider to determine if their notebook is eligible for coverage. If you have already incurred out-of-warranty costs related to this issue, you may be eligible for a refund, which can be initiated by contacting Apple support directly. Apple’s support website will ask for your Mac’s serial number. If you don’t know your serial number, it’s really easy to find-out by clicking on the Apple logo in the top-left corner of the screen and clicking on About This Mac in the dropdown menu. Stay tuned for more updates, keep reading iAppleStuffs daily and subscribe to us on your Apple News App in your iPhone.
Did you know ?
Apple has released the iOS 10.3 beta 4 and Working on iOS 11 beta which will be out right after the WWDC 2017. If you want to install any iOS beta version then register your iPhone,iPad UDID to Apple Developer Account for only $15. If you are interested then enroll your iPhone now to Apple Developer Program here >