Apple will now replace your broken, sticky laptop’s butterfly keyboard

Apple has just announced a service program for MacBook and MacBook Pro customers who have experienced issues with their keyboards and are no longer covered under AppleCare.

According to Apple the number of customers affected by the issue is “small“, however anecdotally I know quite a few (if not the majority of) butterfly equipped MacBook owners having issues.

Thankfully now, if you’re one of the affected, you can now speak to Apple about getting a full replacement.

Source: Apple MacBook & MacBook Pro Keyboard Service Program: What you need to know | iMore

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