Hi I have an old Mid 2012 Retina Macbook Pro, that has been a great machine for me over the years, and now its a spare. The screen suffers from the coating issue that plagued this model. I believe there was a recall on them and Apple would fix them, but I have never taken it to an Apple store to get this sorted. Also my battery in the device holds a minimum charge these days too, but at around estimated £200 to get it replaced im considering whether its worth getting it done. However, I have seen that some people who have put this model in for battery repair, have due to lack of parts been offered a newer Macbook model free of charge because of this. Has anyone done this recently (especially in the UK) for me to worth trying my luck?