Yes, You Can Replace Your Stained Retina Apple MacBook For Free

If your MacBook's Retina screen is stained, Apple may replace it for free



If your MacBook or MacBook Pro with Retina has some odd stains or discolorations on the screen, good news: Apple may be doing something about it.
Apple quietly launched a program through which it will replace Retina displays on affected laptops for free, counting one year from Oct. 16, 2015 or three years from the date of original purchase, according to a MacRumors report.
The issue can start as early as seven months after purchase and can manifest either as small spots or very large patches, both on the screen's edges and across the middle. 
Some users in the Facebook group confirmed MacRumors report, claiming Apple reps have told them that coating issues on Retina screens will be repaired free of charge. To find out if your device is eligible for a free screen replacement, contact a Genius Bar at a local Apple store or an Apple authorized service provider.