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Released in May 2020, the 13" MacBook Pro features quad-core Intel 10th generation Core i5 and i7 processors, and Intel Iris Plus integrated graphics. (Model A2251/EMC3348 with four Thunderbolt 3 ports)

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Why does the right side of my 2020 MacBook Pro's keyboard get so hot?

I recently got a 2020 13 inch 4 port MacBook Pro (the preconfigured one).

I noticed it runs pretty hot and specifically on the right side of the keyboard I can especially feel the heat and its really uncomfortable to type when it heats up. Especially since it’s not distributed through the whole keyboard, right now as I’m typing I notice the heat on the h y u I j k 8 7 n m b o l g keys.

Is anyone else experiencing this? Is this normal? What is under those keys to make it so hot? I do not do intensive work on it, I mainly have been using Safari and iTunes.

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There are a couple of things I would do, first if you haven’t sigh up for AppleCare+ so you have coverage longer than the standard warranty. I would also install a good thermal monitoring app like TG Pro. It also offers a turbo mode to increase the systems cooling fans which in turn should lower the keyboard temps.

One of the issues Apple has been facing is Intels inability to produce cooler running CPU’s. Don’t confuse the 10th Generation with the 10 um chips which are still MIA in this system which the system was designed for.

This is the root issue why Apple is jumping to their own silicon in next years systems.

Take a look through the MacBook Pro 13" Touch Bar 2018 Teardown which is structured the same as yours. Note the location of the CPU is and the heat pipes. Given the thinness of the system there just isn’t much space to isolate or insulate the keyboard from the heat from the logic board.

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