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    Second Class Action Suit Filed Against Apple Regarding Keyboards
    https://forums.macrumors.com/threads...odels.2119893/

    Long thread over in MacRumors. A worthwhile read for anyone contemplating purchasing a new MacBook or MacBook Pro.

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    I plan to keep an eye on that. I have a macbook pro 2017 (figures I'd finally break down and actually buy a new mac - it was the word "sale"!) .

    So far I have not had any of the issues with my keyboard. I did put a clear cover over the keyboard when I got it. Hopefully that will prevent the dust under the keys issue.

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    I'm sure, that is I think I'm sure, I read somewhere that you can input the serial number of a 2017 MacBook Pro to determine whether it is likely to be affected. Presumably because different manufacturing processes/standards/materials vary depending on the country of manufacture.

    Has anybody come across this website? My wife's 2017 MacBook Pro is in the category involved, but was likely manufactured somewhere different from models sold in North America, for instance.

    Ian
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    Quote Originally Posted by IWT View Post
    I'm sure, that is I think I'm sure, I read somewhere that you can input the serial number of a 2017 MacBook Pro to determine whether it is likely to be affected. Presumably because different manufacturing processes/standards/materials vary depending on the country of manufacture.

    Has anybody come across this website? My wife's 2017 MacBook Pro is in the category involved, but was likely manufactured somewhere different from models sold in North America, for instance.

    Ian


    I didn't think the sticky keys was such a specific models problems but there mat be such a site.

    Or were you thinking of this one:
    13-inch MacBook Pro (non Touch Bar) Battery Replacement Program
    https://www.apple.com/support/13inch...y-replacement/




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