Here’s how to sue Apple over your MacBook’s crappy keyboard

May 14, 2018 Bryan Clark


Anyone with a 2015 or newer MacBook or MacBook Pro may be able to take their keyboard frustrations out on the man itself. The man, in this case, is Apple. What’s going on? In 2015, Apple switched from the scissor switch key to a butterfly switch. These keys offered minimal travel and were meant to speed up the typing process. They did, but they also break far more than those with the older switch, the lawsuit alleges. If the keys break — which typically happens when dust or debris gets under the keyboard — you may have to wait a…

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