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    Apple once again apologizes for faulty MacBook keyboards


    The MacBook keyboards from Apple were not fun in recent years, so much so that the company again apologized in comments to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).

    Apple made its MacBook laptops slimmer with an inconspicuous & apos; butterfly & apos; mechanism for keyboards as early as 2015, but there were problems with pressing keys, not with registering and the keys getting stuck, and the second generation of the mechanism seemed to make matters worse. Because problems persist in Apple ' s third generation MacBook keyboards, another company spokesperson has addressed the issues publicly.

    The spokesperson told the WSJ that the company "is aware that a small number of users are having problems with their third-generation butterfly keyboard," and that the company is sorry.

    But the spokesperson also said: "The vast majority of Mac notebooks have a positive experience with the new keyboard."

    Problem after problem

    After Apple introduced the inconspicuous Butterfly mechanism for its MacBook keyboards in 2015, there was no lack of reports about problems with them. The problems were sufficient that California had filed a class action lawsuit against Apple, claiming that the company was aware of the problems and had yet released the products.

    The third generation of these Butterfly keyboards tried to solve the previous problems with a membrane to keep dirt out. But, as perhaps no one will be surprised at this point, the problems with the butterfly keyboards remain.

    YouTuber Lewis Hilsenteger from the Unbox Therapy channel demonstrated the problem on a MacBook Air from 2018. And our own sister site LaptopMag has also seen butterfly keyboard problems.

    Fortunately, for anyone who has a problem with the third generation Butterfly keyboards, the Apple warranty still applies to your device. unfortunately, it doesn't sound like the problems disappear quickly.

    Through Laptop mag

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