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How Apple Finally Fixed Their Frustrating Keyboards

The MacBook’s ‘butterfly’ keyboard has been maligned for years, and they’ve finally returned to the old design

Detail of the Thunderbolt 3 ports on a 2018 Apple MacBook Air laptop computer with a Gold finish, taken on November 19, 2018. Photo: Neil Godwin/Future/Getty Images

RRecently the MacBook’s Magic Keyboard made its way into the product line. Even before many customers got their hands on it, the keyboard has garnered a lot of fans. Why? Because Apple has…




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Dheeraj Nanduri

Dheeraj Nanduri

Observer by habit, Designer by nature. I write on products, advertising, marketing and the design philosophies behind them.

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