After recognizing problems with the "Footfly Foot" keyboard on the MacBook more than a month ago, and introducing the repair service further the next day, Apple is now trying again to get to the grip. This lack of the underlying cause. A long time ago, it was officially announced that different materials had been implemented on the relevant keyboard mechanism, and hoped to reduce the possibility of a "strike" button. In addition, Apple extended the warranty period for keyboard failures beyond the normal year. This means that even if your device has been overloaded, you can find Apple to repair it as if you were on the keyboard, as far as & # 39 to be on the keyboard.
However, it should be noted that this is not the first time Apple has tried to change make-up on the “Butterflies”. Clearly, the effect of the last layer of silicone film added is not as good as expected. Hopefully the results will be better this time.
When dealing with keyboard issues, Apple also made specification updates for its notebooks. The first is a 15 inch MacBook Pro, which now has the option of having an eight-core processor. It will contain core core i9 processor with a 2.3GHz frequency (4.8GHz under Turbo Boost) and the corresponding price is US $ 2,799.
The next version, US $ 2,399, will include a core 2.6GHz processor i7 of the ninth generation generation (Turbo Boost 4.5GHz). If you need it, there are models available with i9 2.4GHz Core i9 core chips (Turbo Boost 5.0GHz).
At the same time, the 13-inch MBP joined Touch Bar with core quad core processors i5 and i7 of the 8th generation. The price starts at US $ 1,799 and is the same as the 15 ”price, which is currently available in Apple Store.
A new version of Hong Kong starts in HK $ 18,999 and the Taiwan version starts in NT $ 77,900. 13 吋 MBP with Touch Bar The basic price in Hong Kong is HK $ 9,988, and the corresponding price in Taiwan is NT $ 41,900. All models in Hong Kong can already be placed on the market and will be transported at weekends. Only some 13 inch models are available for purchase in Taiwan.