The MacBook's Butterfly Keyboard Sparkles Angry Users to Request a Reminder

W hen Apple introduced its ultra-thin 12-inch MacBook In the spring of 2015, the company introduced a brand new keyboard, called a "butterfly" keyboard.

The updated design is not ly intended to support the 40% thinner form factor of the MacBook, but replaces the venerable scissor design featured in the image below in MacBook 2015/2016 and MacBook Pro 2016/2017.

Although it seems to be an innovative and innovative way to thin the machine and allow a more even distributi of pressure when the keys themselves are tapped; the reduced thickness of the new keypad also reduced the key stroke, which resulted in accusatis that even small particles of dust under the keys could prevent them from working or even stay completely locked.

More regrettably, this questi has apparently become so prevalent that a growing petiti about asks Apple to initiate a general recall and a redesign of the keyboard of MacBook models published in 2016 or later.

The Petiti

Filed by Matthew Taylor, the petiti collected, Thursday morning, 750 signatures of people seemingly as dissatisfied with the new design of the MacBook butterfly keyboard.

Taylor, an author who exclusively uses Mac computers to write his literary works, says his keyboard problems began when he bought a 2016 MacBook Pro …

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