They came for the optical drive. They came for the headphone jack. And now, Apple is changing the keyboard on the MacBook Pro, too. Those deep, comfy Chiclet-like keys are being replaced by a thin, shallow keyboard, one that probably feels nothing like before.
But before you write off the new 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pro, you might want to give it a go -- because Apple created a new type of keyboard switch for these MacBooks that makes them surprisingly accurate, quick and easy to press down.
The "butterfly" switches, first introduced on Apple's 12-inch MacBook in 2015, definitely take a bit of getting used to, and personally I still don't care for the feel. But my colleague Dan Ackerman, who heads up computer coverage for CNET, says the 12-inch MacBook is his favorite laptop yet.
Besides, you might remember a time when keyboard keys were even thicker than on yesterday's MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. People railed against the new keys then, too!
Now, we're used to 'em. Mostly.
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