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Apple Fixing Unresponsive Keyboard / Trackpad Issue in the New Retina MacBook Pro

The tech giant is reportedly busy in fixing the issue of the recently released 13 inch Retina MacBook Pro

Oct 31 2013, 1:53am CDT | by

Apple Fixing Unresponsive Keyboard / Trackpad Issue in the New Retina MacBook Pr
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Mac Rumor reports that Apple is preparing for an update of the new 13 inch Retina MacBook Pro which will solve the issue of keyboard / trackpad not being responsive.

Just after revealing the new 13 inch Retina MacBook Pro on the 22nd October, the customers were found reporting their frustration about such a bug which causes the keyboard and trackpad to freeze on a constant basis. Though the cause of the issue was unknown at that time, the development of an update to fix the bugs strongly suggests that the cause was related to the software.

Apple hasn’t informed about any specific date to release the update. However, the company has suggested the present affected users to close the display and reset the keyboard and trackpad in order to get the temporal solution.

 

 

 
 
 


Ehsanul Haque Kanan is covering consumer electronics with passion. He is especially an avid follower of all things Apple.

 

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