Apple's MacBook Touch Keypads find themselves in court, thanks to a new class acti lawsuit filed in California Court Tuesday.
The class acti alleges that Apple sells a product known to be defective. In particular, he claims that the keyboard stops working as it should when dust and other particles begin to accumulate under the keys. As a result, customers may be required to pay hundreds of dollars in repairs in cases where the laptop is no lger under Apple warranty.
Three complainants are named in the case. All three – Remy Turner, Christopher Martin and Joey Baruch – have bought MacBook Pro laptops from the 2016 era. All three have similar complaints about how their laptops have stopped working as promised, with recurring problems that Apple seemed unable to correct properly.
Plaintiffs' attorneys claim that Apple has violated the express warranty and violated the Magnus-Moss and Sg -Beverly Csumer Warranty Act, California's Unfair Competiti Act and the Laws of Canada's Legal Remedies Act. csumers in California. The lawsuit seeks restituti, damages and legal costs
It is up to now the secd class acti brought against Apple for the same problem.
The Problematic Butterfly Switch
Apple first introduced its butterfly keyboards with the 2015 MacBook, before also extending it to the MacBook Pro. The name refers to the design of the switch that looks like a butterfly instead of the old scissors design ….