Apple has had a bit of tough luck with its butterfly keyboard system on its MacBook Pro and MacBook Air designs. The Cupertino-based company had to run several totally free repair programs to fix keyboards on the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. Earlier this year, kept in mind Apple expert Ming-Chi Kuo meant the arrival of a new MacBook Pro designs with a brand-new keyboard style based on scissor switches.
Apple did launch a new 16-inch MacBook Pro model last week and it seems like the business has actually undoubtedly fixed one of the greatest problems with its laptop computers. According to iFixit’s teardown of the new 16-inch MacBook Pro model, Apple is back to using the exact same scissor-style changes it utilizes on its Magic Keyboards normally utilized with iMac designs.
For many years, numerous users have been grumbling about Apple’s brand-new butterfly switch-based keyboards that went bust after a while. Apple attempted to enhance its butterfly keyboards to prevent dust from harming the keyboards while attempting to make them a little more durable, however absolutely nothing rather worked out. Ultimately, Apple had to extend its complimentary repair program for more recent designs of the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air also.
iFixit’s teardown exposes that the new keyboard in 16-inch MacBook Pro could be more durable than the previous ones. The keys now have more travel while the keycaps are thicker than the older butterfly system keyboards. Apple has been heavily promoting its brand-new 16-inch MacBook Pro’s keyboard. The innovation giant is also rumored to add a comparable keyboard to its other MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models in 2020.
Besides the brand-new keyboard design, Apple’s brand-new 16-inch MacBook Pro model can support up to 2 6K external displays. Users can likewise attach as much as 2 5K display screen, as much as 4 4K display screens, and a single 5K display screen together with four 4K screens, all performing at 60Hz. Apple’s 16-inch MacBook Pro design features four Thunderbolt 3 ports, 2 on each side of the laptop.