Is this the anti-reflective coating wearing off?

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I have AC on this mid 2014 macbook pro but it expires in October, so I am just wondering if this is worth taking it in to get (possibly) repaired. Any ideas if this is what they cover? It's right around the camera in the top bezel.
 

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Patcell

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If you have AppleCare, definitely make a Genius Bar appointment and have them check it out. Not sure what the criteria is for a display replacement; however, Apple has acknowledged issues with the antireflective coating.

Good luck!
 

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That happened to my old 2012 retina MBP - it has AppleCare and they replaced it no questions asked. Good luck with your appt!
Well my MacBook pro is heading off for repair! They also replaced my frayed magsafe 2 adapter for free. All in all a excellent experience!
 

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Well my MacBook pro is heading off for repair! They also replaced my frayed magsafe 2 adapter for free. All in all a excellent experience!
Great news! That has been my general experience with Apple Support on the few occasions I have had to had a machine/ device repaired. Enjoy!
 
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