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I have been asking people if their keyboard that came with their imac raises a little on the right side next to the enter button. This is surely an error or something.

Question: , Can I take it to an apple store to get it exchanged?
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I know there are better topics to discuss but please, this is a quick way of getting my questions answered. Help a fellow human out.
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If there's something wrong with it I'd take it to the Apple store and ask them to replace it. You could call the store first as well if you wanted, and see what they say.
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Not sure i understand what you're saying

I have 2 Apple keyboards, both wired, and they're both perfectly flat
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Not sure i understand what you're saying

I have 2 Apple keyboards, both wired, and they're both perfectly flat
yeah...that is what others are saying....from the looks of it, it looks like its part of the design but it is clear that it is not. The keyboard works perfect but I should get it exchanged in case something happens down the road.
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Just take it to the Apple store, simple as that

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If you provided a picture perhaps people might have a better understanding of what you're asking for


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