• Apple admits some of its MacBook keyboards break too easily

    5 monthes ago - By Tech Radar

    You may recall that Apple is currently under fire for the design of the super-thin keyboards and keys that it packs into its current MacBook and MacBook Pro machines - apparently these keyboards are so thin and delicate that they're more susceptible to failing. Now Apple has owned up to the issue, sort of. A new repair program page says "a small percentage" of keyboards in certain MacBook and MacBook Pro models can be liable to repeat characters, or not register key presses, or fail to respond in an expected way. If you're hit by one of these issues, Apple will now repair the fault for...
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  • Got a MacBook or MacBook Pro with sticky keys? Apple has a free service program for you

    Got a MacBook or MacBook Pro with sticky keys? Apple has a free service program for you

    5 monthes ago - By Beta News

    For some time, a number of MacBook or MacBook Pro users have complained about problems with their keyboards - specifically that keys either stop working completely, fall off, or become "sticky", resulting in repeated characters. Now, after two years of complaints and a lawsuit about the butterfly mechanism in its keyboards, Apple has finally acknowledged that there is a problem. The company has also launched a keyboard service program so those affected by the problem cane get it addressed, free of charge. See also: Bricked iPhones with 'Error 53' just cost Apple $6.7 million in Australia...
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