MacBook and MacBook Pro: free keyboard repair

Because of the widespread discontent and the legal threats rained in half the world, Apple has resigned itself to offer the free repair of the new type keyboard present on the MacBook and MacBook Pro, regardless of the warranty status.

It was obvious that sooner or later we would get to this. Apple laptops equipped with the so-called “butterfly” keyboard are unreliable, and tend to cease to function decently over time.
What happens is well known by any user of MacBook and MacBook Pro in recent years, including the writer. Just avoid using the Mac for two or three days (or neglecting a key for too long a period) to find that the keys become “glued” and sometimes do not register the finger pressure.

Here and there had begun to fall legal threats and Class Action, and before the situation degenerated, from Cupertino has left the order: will be repaired for free all Macs equipped with the new type keyboard. They are part of the initiative:

MacBook (Retina, 12 “, early 2015)

MacBook (Retina, 12 “, early 2016)

MacBook (Retina, 12 “, 2017)

MacBook Pro (13 “, 2016, 2 Thunderbolt 3 ports)

MacBook Pro (13 “, 2017, 2 Thunderbolt 3 ports)

MacBook Pro (13 “, 2016, 4 Thunderbolt 3 ports)

MacBook Pro (13 “, 2017, 4-door Thunderbolt 3)

MacBook Pro (15 “, 2016)

MacBook Pro (15 “, 2017)

The additional coverage gives up to 4 years of extra warranty from the time of purchase, but only on the keyboard, which on the other hand is replaced in bulk.
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