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Got a MacBook or MacBook Pro with sticky keys? Apple has a free service program for you

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For some time, a number of MacBook or MacBook Pro users have complained about problems with their keyboards -- specifically that keys either stop working completely, fall off, or become "sticky", resulting in repeated characters. Now, after two years of complaints and a lawsuit about the butterfly mechanism in its keyboards, Apple has finally acknowledged that there is a problem. The company has also launched a keyboard service program so those affected by the problem can get it addressed, free of charge. See also: Bricked iPhones with 'Error 53' just cost Apple $6.7 million in Australia Apple will automatically share… [Continue Reading]

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