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Judge Decides Apple Knowingly Sold Defective MacBook Pros

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Judge Decides Apple Knowingly Sold Defective MacBook Pros

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Re: Judge Decides Apple Knowingly Sold Defective MacBook Pro

PostSat Apr 03, 2021 8:50 pm

I have one of these and can attest to the fact that the keyboard is garbage.
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Re: Judge Decides Apple Knowingly Sold Defective MacBook Pro

PostSun Apr 04, 2021 11:54 am

dw154515 wrote:I have one of these and can attest to the fact that the keyboard is garbage.

I have one of these too and the keyboard is a total heap of junk. However, the lawsuit referred to is regarding screen back-lighting. Apple did change the ribbon cable to a more robust version. However, there is a different lawsuit regarding the keyboard. I’m hoping the keyboard lawsuit will succeed. I need a replacement but don’t want just another “Butterfly” same old junk.
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