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I know this is an old thread, but the above answer is incomplete. For posterity's sake:
 
The symptoms OP described are consistent with a faulty trackpad or trackpad cable. The 2015 model is engineered differently than previous ones. The trackpad is now a necessary part of the chain for the system to interpret keyboard input. Thus this model has an issue with the trackpad and keyboard going out together - unlike in the past where a failing trackpad or TP cable would affect the trackpad only.
 
I work in an Apple repair shop and for some reason have been seeing this issue a lot lately. As in the OP's case, I've seen that power button still works, and the SMC can still be reset while the machine is off. Possibly because the system is ignoring localization / character mapping information now stored in the trackpad, unlike when the machine is on.
 
Just to be clear - a reliable fix is to replace the trackpad cable. Sometimes, a PRAM reset or trackpad cable reset will temporarily fix the issue. But if you want to be sure it’s solved, a trackpad cable replacement is the way to go!
 

Just to be clear - a reliable fix is to replace the trackpad cable. Sometimes, a PRAM reset or trackpad cable reset will temporarily fix the issue. But if you want to be sure it’s solved, a trackpad cable replacement is the way to go! [br]
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(And FWIW
FWIW - it’s often been the case that machines needing a cable replacement are dusty and have lots of particulate inside. My current theory is the trackpad cable being exposed, rather than under the battery in previous models, leads to these failures at a much higher rate than before)before.

Just to be clear - a reliable fix is to replace the trackpad cable. Sometimes, a PRAM reset or trackpad cable reset will temporarily fix the issue. But if you want to be sure it’s solved, a trackpad cable replacement is the way to go! [br]
[br]
(And FWIW
FWIW - it’s often been the case that machines needing a cable replacement are dusty and have lots of particulate inside. My current theory is the trackpad cable being exposed, rather than under the battery in previous models, leads to these failures at a much higher rate than before)before.

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Düzenleyen: Colin ,

Metin:

I know this is an old thread, but the above answer is incomplete. For posterity's sake:
 
The symptoms OP described are consistent with a faulty trackpad or trackpad cable. The 2015 model is engineered differently than previous ones. The trackpad is now a necessary part of the chain for the system to interpret keyboard input. Thus this model has an issue with the trackpad and keyboard going out together - unlike in the past where a failing trackpad or TP cable would affect the trackpad only.
 
I work in an Apple repair shop and for some reason have been seeing this issue a lot lately. As in the OP's case, I've seen that power button still works, and the SMC can still be reset while the machine is off. Possibly because the system is ignoring localization / character mapping information now stored in the trackpad, unlike when the machine is on.
 
 
 
Just to be clear - a reliable fix is to replace the trackpad cable. Sometimes, a PRAM reset or trackpad cable reset will temporarily fix the issue. But if you want to be sure it’s solved, a trackpad cable replacement is the way to go! [br]
[br]
(And FWIW - it’s often been the case that machines needing a cable replacement are dusty and have lots of particulate inside. My current theory is the trackpad cable being exposed, rather than under the battery in previous models, leads to these failures at a much higher rate than before).

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Metin:

I know this is an old thread, but the above answer is incomplete. For posterity's sake:
 
The symptoms OP described are consistent with a faulty trackpad or trackpad cable. The 2015 model is engineered differently than previous ones. The trackpad is now a necessary part of the chain for the system to interpret keyboard input. Thus this model has an issue with the trackpad and keyboard going out together - unlike in the past where a failing trackpad or TP cable would affect the trackpad only.
The symptoms OP described are consistent with a faulty trackpad or trackpad cable. The 2015 model is engineered differently than previous ones. The trackpad is now a necessary part of the chain for the system to interpret keyboard input. Thus this model has an issue with the trackpad and keyboard going out together - unlike in the past where a failing trackpad or TP cable would affect the trackpad only.
 
I work in an Apple repair shop and for some reason have been seeing this issue a lot lately. As in the OP's case, I've seen that power button still works, and the SMC can still be reset while the machine is off - possiblyoff. Possibly because the system is ignoring localization / character mapping information now stored in the trackpad, unlike when the machine is on.
I work in an Apple repair shop and for some reason have been seeing this issue a lot lately. As in the OP's case, I've seen that power button still works, and the SMC can still be reset while the machine is off - possiblyoff. Possibly because the system is ignoring localization / character mapping information now stored in the trackpad, unlike when the machine is on.

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I work in an Apple repair shop and for some reason have been seeingknow this issue a lot lately. Theis an old thread, but the above answer points to older models than the 2015, which may not help the OP, so I think it's important to contribute my experiences with the 2015 MBP.is incomplete. For posterity's sake:
I work in an Apple repair shop and for some reason have been seeingknow this issue a lot lately. Theis an old thread, but the above answer points to older models than the 2015, which may not help the OP, so I think it's important to contribute my experiences with the 2015 MBP.is incomplete. For posterity's sake:
 
The 2015 model is engineered differently than previous ones. The trackpad is now a necessary part of the chain for the system to interpret keyboard input. Thus this model has an issue with the trackpad and keyboard going out together - unlike in the past where a failing trackpad or TP cable would affect the trackpad only.
 
AsI work in an Apple repair shop and for some reason have been seeing this issue a lot lately. As in the OP's case, I've seen that power button still works, and the SMC can still be reset while the machine is off - possibly because the system is ignoring localization / character mapping settings theninformation now stored in the trackpad, unlike when the machine is on.
AsI work in an Apple repair shop and for some reason have been seeing this issue a lot lately. As in the OP's case, I've seen that power button still works, and the SMC can still be reset while the machine is off - possibly because the system is ignoring localization / character mapping settings theninformation now stored in the trackpad, unlike when the machine is on.

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Colin ,

Metin:

I work in an Apple repair shop and for some reason have been seeing this issue a lot lately. The above answer points to older models than the 2015, which may not help the OP, so I think it's important to contribute my experiences with the 2015 MBP.

The 2015 model is engineered differently than previous ones. The trackpad is now a necessary part of the chain for the system to interpret keyboard input. Thus this model has an issue with the trackpad and keyboard going out together - unlike in the past where a failing trackpad or TP cable would affect the trackpad only.

As in the OP's case, I've seen that power button still works, and the SMC can still be reset while the machine is off - possibly because the system is ignoring localization / character mapping settings then, unlike when the machine is on.

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