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New MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models get included in keyboard repair program

Apple has updated the Keyboard Repair Program for MacBooks, MacBook Pros and MacBook Air models today. It now means that the brand new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models introduced today are eligible for a free keyboard repair or replacement.

Apple is continually expanding the keyboard program for new devices that feature the failed butterfly keyboard design, and as of the latest MacBook Pro and Air, they are on the third-generation, which, is still failing. Apple has had this issue since the original 2015 MacBook Pro launched, where keys would feel sticky and may not work.

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Users who are affected by this can get free repairs from Apple by using the Recall Program webpage on Apple’s website.

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