Apple might soon get rid of the “Butterfly Keyword” on Macbooks
Butterfly keyboards were one of the most highlighted features on new range MacBook Pro. The company did sell a bulk load of MacBooks in the recent quarter inviting a number of controversies from Youtubers as well as users. In fact, Apple had to call back a few devices and also arrange free keyword repair for their customers.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo who is a well-known analyst who makes actual predictions with very high quality is now predicting that Apple might ditch their butterfly keyword design because of the damage it has made to the company. It’s pretty clear that Apple’s hard work on the butterfly keyword didn’t come out well within the customers. Even though the keyboard is very comfortable to use, there are still problems faced by a number of customers around the world.
Hopefully, Apple will come up with a different yet interesting and comfortable design to recover the damage. Though Apple is still providing support to users with problems on the keyboard, the damage is real and it’s accountable in all manner.
Source: Mac Rumors