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Time for us to do what we do best: jam tools into things and see what comes apart. Let's start with some keycaps. Remember the iMac's Magic Keyboard? It's a well-liked, reliable design that Apple calls the "core technology" for the redesigned keyboard in this new machine. That might be understating it slightly: side by side, we're hard pressed to spot any differences. Scissor switches, keycaps... There's slightly less space surrounding these new keys, and pundits will celebrate those reconfigured arrow keys—but everything else looks nigh identical.
  • Time for us to do what we do best: jam tools into things and see what comes apart.

  • Let's start with some keycaps. Remember the iMac's Magic Keyboard? It's a well-liked, reliable design that Apple calls the "core technology" for the redesigned keyboard in this new machine.

  • That might be understating it slightly: side by side, we're hard pressed to spot any differences. Scissor switches, keycaps... There's slightly less space surrounding these new keys, and pundits will celebrate those reconfigured arrow keys—but everything else looks nigh identical.

  • News flash: there's not even a dust-proofing membrane on these new switches. We're inclined to take this as a very good sign. (It means we can finally eat Doritos during teardowns again.)

  • To round out the comparison, here's a third image showing the controversial (and notoriously temperamental) "butterfly" switch in the 15" MacBook Pro released just a few months ago.

  • But why stop there? Here's a shot of the scissor switch in the "unibody" 2012 MacBook Pro design...

  • ...and the scissor in Apple's last laptop with a "good" keyboard, the 2015 MacBook Pro with Retina display.

Il est temps d'exercer notre spécialité : bidouiller avec nos outils dans les objets pour voir s'ils se démontent.

Commençons par quelques capuchons de touche. Vous vous souvenez du Magic Keyboard de l'iMac ? D'après Apple, c'est ce modèle apprécié et fiable qui a servi de le point de départ à la reconception du clavier.

Cela s'appelle minimiser légèrement les choses : nous avons vraiment du mal à trouver les différences. Mécanisme à ciseaux, capuchons de touche… Il a un peu moins d'espace entre les nouvelles touches et les experts vont louer la reconfiguration des touches directionnelles. Sinon, les claviers se ressemblent vraiment beaucoup.

Scoop : il n'y a même pas de membrane étanche dans les nouvelle touches. Nous sommes enclins à y voir un très bon signe. (Et on va enfin de nouveau pouvoir manger des chips pendant les démontages.)

La comparaison ne serait pas complète sans les controverses et capricieuses touches papillon du MacBook Pro 15" commercialisé il y a à peine quelques mois.

Mais pourquoi s'arrêter en si bon chemin ? Voilà une prise de vue du mécanisme à ciseaux façon MacBook Pro 2012

… et du dernier ordinateur Apple avec "bon" clavier, soit le MacBook Pro 2015 avec écran Retina.

[* black] Time for us to do what we do best: jam tools into things and see what comes apart.
[* black] Let's start with some keycaps. Remember the iMac's [guide|50995|Magic Keyboard]? It's a well-liked, reliable design that Apple calls the "[https://www.cnet.com/news/apples-phil-schiller-on-reinventing-the-new-macbook-pro-keyboard/|core technology|new_window=true]" for the redesigned keyboard in this new machine.
[* black] That might be understating it slightly: side by side, we're hard pressed to spot ''any'' differences. Scissor switches, keycaps... There's slightly less ''space'' surrounding these new keys, and pundits will celebrate those reconfigured arrow keys—but everything else looks nigh identical.
[* icon_note] '''News flash''': there's not even a [https://www.ifixit.com/News/apple-macbook-keyboard-cover-up|dust-proofing membrane|new_window=true] on these new switches. We're inclined to take this as a ''very'' good sign. (It means we can finally eat Doritos during teardowns again.)
[* black] To round out the comparison, here's a third image showing the controversial (and notoriously temperamental) "butterfly" switch in the 15" MacBook Pro [guide|123653|released just a few months ago|stepid=239249].
[* black] But why stop there? Here's[https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/ByGdohI3TXsljKJH.full|Here's a shotshot|new_window=true] of the scissor switch in the "unibody" [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/ByGdohI3TXsljKJH.full|20122012 MacBook Pro|new_window=true]Pro design...
[* black] To round out the comparison, here's a third image showing the controversial (and notoriously temperamental) "butterfly" switch in the 15" MacBook Pro [guide|123653|released just a few months ago|stepid=239249].
[* black] But why stop there? Here's[https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/ByGdohI3TXsljKJH.full|Here's a shotshot|new_window=true] of the scissor switch in the "unibody" [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/ByGdohI3TXsljKJH.full|20122012 MacBook Pro|new_window=true]Pro design...
[* black] ...and the scissor in Apple's last laptop with a "good" keyboard, the [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/6amtLxVRM1bTvn1c.full|2015 MacBook Pro|new_window=true] with Retina display.

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