Promising a "third-generation" keyboard for "quiet typing", along with support for 32GB memory and 6-core i7 and i9 processors on the MacBook Pro 15-inch model with more storage, TrueTone displays, "Hey Siri" support and more, the new MacBook Pros are here, but people will still want more.
After two class-action lawsuits in the US have targeted Apple's flat, butterfly keyboards on portable Macs from 2015 onwards, the company has finally recognised the issue and has launched a keyboard service program.
Conventional wisdom said Macintosh devices have no place on a Windows enterprise network. Yet, this thinking stymies innovation and, according to IBM, may even be costing the company money.
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