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Did Apple Just Fix Its MacBook Pro Keyboard Issue?

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Apple announced new MacBook Pro

On May 21, Apple (AAPL) announced an updated MacBook Pro. The company claimed that it’s the fastest Mac notebook ever. For Apple product enthusiasts, the announcement could be great news. The new MacBook Pro has a powerful Intel 8-core processor. Apple has tried to make efforts to woo its loyal customers who complained about keyboard issues with previous generations of the MacBook Pro. We’ll discuss some of the new MacBook Pro’s key specifications.

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Key specifications

On May 21, one of the MacBook Pros announced by Apple is powerful with improved graphics capabilities. The new MacBook Pro comes with an impressive 15-inch retina display. In the 15-inch version, the company is providing Intel 6-core and 8-core processors with a Turbo Boost speed up to 5 GHz.

The second version of the Apple MacBook Pro comes with 13-inch retina display and a touch bar. The second version of the MacBook Pro has a quad-core processor with a Turbo boost capability of up to 4.7 GHz.

The prices of the 13-inch and 15-inch versions of the MacBook Pro 2019 start at $1,799 and $2,399, respectively. The notebooks were available to order on the company’s website and the Apple Store app on May 21.

MacBook Pro keyboard issue

According to a BGR report, Apple has tweaked the keyboard design “to reduce double and missed key presses” in its new MacBook Pro versions.

In the past, Apple received several complaints from users and reviewers about its MacBook Pro keyboard being unreliable. In March, an Apple spokesperson told the Wall Street Journal that “We are aware that a small number of users are having issues with their third-generation butterfly keyboard and for that we are sorry.”

The new range of Apple’s MacBook Pro will likely help the company regain its loyal customers’ confidence. The customers felt betrayed after facing reliability issues with the MacBook Pro keyboard.

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