Apple recently announced the availability of a global keyboard service program for selected MacBook and MacBook Pro models.
The company, with this move, recognizes that some MacBook and MacBook Pro models have a problem with their keyboard, causing the letters or characters to repeat unexpectedly or not appear at all.
It has also been found that on some keyboards the keys are not easy to touch or do not respond at all.
For our good fortune, Apple has decided to repair these defective keypads free of charge.
"The type of service to be offered will be determined after examining the keyboard and may involve replacing one or more keys or the entire keyboard." Apple said.
Apple pointed out that if the MacBook or MacBook Pro comes with any other damage that prevents the keyboard from repairing, it will resolve the keypad first and you may need to pay for the corresponding repair.
According to the company's announcement, the devices included in the new free program are:
MacBook Early 2015 -12 inch - with Retina screen
MacBook Early 2016 -12 inch - with Retina screen
MacBook 2017 -12 inch - with Retina screen
MacBook Pro 2016 -13 inch - with two and four Thunderbolt 3 ports
MacBook Pro 2017 -13 inch - with two and four Thunderbolt 3 ports
MacBook Pro 2016 15 Inch
MacBook Pro 2017
Those who own one of these MacBook or MacBook Pro models and have keyboard problems are asked to go to the nearest Apple Authorized Service Provider, make an appointment at an Apple Retail Store, or mail them to their Apple Repair Center .