In early May 2018, Apple customers started a change.org petition requesting that Apple institute a recall of its defective laptops, noting "Apple's relative silence on this issue".
TechRepublic reports that the controversy surrounding the butterfly-switch keyboards in Apple's recent laptops is growing. The lawsuit also takes issue with Apple's repair process for faulty keyboards, saying it doesn't permanently fix problems during the repair process.
The lawsuit alleges that "thousands of consumers have experienced this defect", bringing forth many examples of users complaining of the same problems relating to their unresponsive keyboards. When one or more of the keys on the keyboard fail, the MacBook can no longer serve its core function: "typing".
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Beginning with its 2016 and 2017 flagship Macbook Pro laptops, Apple debuted a new "butterfly" keyswitch design in its now-thinner laptops. The petition has almost 24,000 online signatures, and its goal is 25,000. There have been no indications of this in the rumor mill so far, though that's not to say Apple isn't hard at work on a solution. Apple claims the keyboard is "four times more stable" despite its space-saving build. If you have a 2015 or later MacBook or a 2016 or later MacBook Pro you can sign up to be part of the suit.
If so, you may have noticed your keyboard isn't working properly.
The lawsuit was filed by law firm Girard Gibbs LLP on behalf of MacBook Pro owners Zixuan Rao and Kyle Barbaro, residents of San Diego, California and Melrose, Massachusetts respectively.