Apple launches Repair Program for keyboards defective MacBook and MacBook Pro

Apple released this week a program of repairs to keyboards defective MacBook and MacBook Pro have keys butterfly. Users are some letters or characters are…




Apple released this week a program of repairs to keyboards defective MacBook and MacBook Pro have keys butterfly. Users are some letters or characters are repeated in unexpected ways, some do not appear, and the keys seem to stick or do not respond in a normal way.

According to Apple a small percentage from the keyboards of the MacBook Pro and MacBook from 2015 to 2017 will have these problems. To be able to access the repair program, users should bring their computers to a local Apple or a reseller authorized and will receive the repair free of charge, after having revised the equipment.

The computers that are included in this repair program are the following: MacBook (Retina, 12”, early 2015), MacBook (Retina, 12”, early 2016), MacBook (Retina, 12”, 2017), MacBook Pro (13”, 2016, two Thunderbolt ports 3), MacBook Pro (13”, 2017, two Thunderbolt ports 3), MacBook Pro (13”, 2016, four ports Thunderbolt 3), MacBook Pro (13”, 2017, four ports Thunderbolt 3), MacBook Pro (15”, 2016) and MacBook Pro (15”, 2017)

The documentation relating to the programme of repair would indicate that the keyboard would repair even if there is damage related to attempts by users to fix the keys or damage to keys which have no relationship with the keyboard. If there is damage related to the fall of the equipment or spillage of liquids, computers require additional repairs that should be paid by the user before the repair is made on the keyboard defective.

Apple is facing two potential claims on keyboards faulty in the MacBook and MacBook Pro. Thousands of users have signed a petition in Change.org requesting a repair these keyboards.

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Apple launches Repair Program for keyboards defective MacBook and MacBook Pro
Source: www.ipodtotal.com  
June 27, 2018

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