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This could be a stupid question, but I have to clarify this. If some small insects (eg: ants . .) goes in to the macbook keyboard, is it cause damage the laptop (I mean damage for circuit) ?
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This could be a stupid question, but I have to clarify this. If some small insects (eg: ants . .) goes in to the macbook keyboard, is it cause damage the laptop (I mean damage for circuit) ?
Yes, they can damage the computer.
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Yes. If you have to, get a sleeve that you can put the Macbook into when you're not using it. I think that would be the best thing to do in your situation. Nothing expensive, just something to keep dirt, debris, and bugs out of the machine.
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