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From around the web. Still, the company said this iteration only has changes that make them quieter to use. With lawsuits already filed and a service program for older computers in place, Apple has more than enough reasons to be coy about its updates, but only time will tell if these new keys are truly more reliable. Facing lawsuits and customer complaints , Apple recently rolled out an extended repair programme that will repair laptops that have stuck keys free of charge. While it has not published a full teardown report yet, the repair outfit said that the keyboard may have a bigger change than Apple let on.

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What iFixit discovered was a new silicone membrane that surrounds the mechanism under each key.

Still, the company said this iteration only has changes that make them quieter to use. While it has not published a full teardown report yet, the repair outfit said that the keyboard may have a bigger change than Apple let on.

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Despite Apple stating that new MacBook Pro keyboards were not designed to alleviate key failures due to dust, a teardown has revealed a new barrier under the keys that could stop them getting clogged up. Another link is a patent Apple received for something like this to help keep dust and dirt out of its keyboard switches. Facing lawsuits and customer complaintsApple recently rolled out an extended repair programme that will repair laptops that have stuck keys free of charge.

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While we’ve been all over the outside of Apple’s newest MacBook Pro lineup, iFixit has, as usual, decided to look underneath the hood and find out what’s changed from previous models.

MacBook Pro keyboard update might fix dust issues, experts reveal | Technology | The Guardian

Apple has publicly said that the third-generation MacBook Pro keyboard was not designed with dust in mind, but it has recently admitted that, at least in some circumstances, users can have issues with debris rendering keys inoperable.

With lawsuits already filed and a service program for older computers in place, Apple has more than enough reasons to be coy about its updates, but only time will tell if these new keys are truly more reliable.

The programme covers the new MacBook and MacBook Pros released in onwards, for a period of four years from the date of purchase. The repair firm said that it would test the ingress protection to see if the barriers blocked dust from causing dead keys. Capcom pulls in-game ads from ‘Street Fighter V’.

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MacBook Pro keyboard update might fix dust issues, experts reveal

Users have reported problems with the “butterfly switch” keyboards in new Apple laptops for a while saying they’re too sensitive to crumbs and dust and can’t have individual keys repaired. As some have suspectedhowever, any re-engineering may have taken a “why not both?

This muffles some of the click sound when the key is depressed, but may also prevent dust and debris from getting underneath the keys and blocking the key mechanism. Dell is once again a publicly traded company.