I wish they’d stop futzing about and just redesigned the damn thing from the ground up. Everyone I know (except MacBook 12” owners) couldn’t care less about thinness, and most hate the TouchBar.
I’m also quite amused at the breadth of the keyboard replacement program. Living in a country that, to this day, still lacks an official Apple Store and where support centers (even if competent) don’t provide anywhere near the same turnaround times as in first world countries, I don’t find it the least bit reassuring.
More to the point, every MacBook I’ve touched since 2016 (including my own from that year, which I won’t consider replacing until the keyboards are fundamentally redesigned) has an absolutely lousy feel and is noisy, which is weird considering the Bluetooth Magic Keyboard is actually pretty good.
And since I use Surface devices every day, I have ample proof that you can, in fact, build much more reliable, thin and quiet keyboards. With an