- 3 Nov 2010
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- Apple has extended its keyboard repair program to 2018 MacBook Pro models.
- The update also includes the MacBook Air models launched last year.
- Apple’s keyboard repair program also includes the 2019 MacBook Pro models.
Apple's MacBook Pro laptops have been in news in the past for their faulty keyboard design, which led the keys to stop reponding or register twice when used over a period of time owing to the collection of dust in the rubbery membrane beneath the keys. Apple, in a bid to fix the issue extended its Keyboard Service Program to repair all MacBook Pro models with the company's next generation keyboard model, also called the butterfly keyboard. However, the company left out its 2018 MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models out of the purview of this program. But now, Apple has made changes to its repair program and included all MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models, including the ones launched last year.
Apple extends its keyboard repair program to newer MacBook Pro models