In early 2015, users began to complain about peeling anti-glare coating on the MacBook Pro. Six months later, Apple recognized the problem and launched a free warranty display replacement program.
Later, a similar problem could be addressed up to four years after the purchase of the MacBook Pro. Apple agreed to perform a free repair.
A guy came to an Apple Store representative demanding a replacement for the MacBook Pro 2015.
They went to meet him and gave out a new 15-inch MacBook Pro in 2018 that corresponded for free the initial cost of the MacBook Pro 2015. All because the factory defect appeared a third time after two preliminary repairs.
If your MacBook Pro had a similar story, try the same. First of all, you should contact Apple online support to find out if a repair or warranty replacement is possible in your case.
Remember that the basic warranty on the MacBook Pro is valid for two years. On the keyboard and anti-reflective coating – four years from the date of purchase. You can check specifically your model by serial number here.