When announcing the new MacBook Pro, Apple noted that the laptop features "an improved third-generation keyboard for quieter typing"; however, it tells the Verge that the keyboard was not created to address issues with dust and debris.
Apple has a new program to address the matter, and the company is facing class-action suits because of it. Earlier this week, the Cupertino giant updated its MacBook Pro lineup, with new 13-inch and 15-inch Touch Bar models.
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The iFixit team claims that the new MacBook Pro keyboards use a silicone membrane underneath every key to keep away dust particles from finding their way inside and jamming it up.
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In its announcement about the new computers, Apple said the "third-generation" keyboards had been created to be quieter, but made no mention of the sticky keys problem. We suspected at the time that Apple fixed the major keyboard issue that's been affecting all MacBook Pros since the 2016 redesign, but Apple would not confirm it officially. But here's to hoping that the next generation of keyboards will completely fix the problem.
Apple even has a patent for the very same technology behind its third-generation keyboard.
This flexible enclosure is quite obviously an ingress-proofing measure to cover up the mechanism from the daily onslaught of microscopic dust. In fact, Apple has a patent for this exact tech created to "prevent and/or alleviate contaminant ingress".