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Apple finally fixes some MacBook keyboard issues

Apple finally fixes some MacBook keyboard issues
Paul Miller
Paul Miller|@futurepaul|December 18, 2007 8:50 PM

We're sure Apple had a fix in the works long before we got around to posting a poll about it, but if the response to Saturday's informal questionnaire was any indication, this update is long overdue. Apple just posted a new software update for MacBooks and MacBook Pros running Leopard, which solves the problem with the keyboard freezing up sporadically for a minute or so, which had at least two Engadget editors' keyboards in fits. Apple still hasn't addressed the issue with dropping the first character when typing into a text box on certain MacBook Pros, but this is certainly a good move -- though would it have really killed Apple to be a bit more talkative about the whole process?

[Thanks, Turgemanster]
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