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Düzenleyen: Jeff Suovanen

Düzenleme onaylandı tarafından Jeff Suovanen

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-[* black] Continuing our wanton disassembly of this command key, we tear out the scissor mechanism.
-[* black] With that out of the way, we get a look at the button membrane and the backlight diffuser, which looks like some kind of metal mesh.
-[* black] Wrapped around it all is a thin black gasket, presumably to wrangle all that light and keep it from shining out the sides of the key.
+[* black] What's underneath the scissor mechanism? Hey, we'll ask the questions here—you just finish taking this thing apart.
+ [* black] Wait, scratch that—reverse it.
+[* black] Here's a look at the "[https://www.apple.com/newsroom/2019/11/apple-introduces-16-inch-macbook-pro-the-worlds-best-pro-notebook/|Apple-designed rubber dome|new_window=true] that stores more potential energy for a responsive key press."
+[* black] Also, a metal mesh with an interesting pattern, incorporated into the backlight assembly.
+[* black] And bordering all that, a thin black gasket—presumably to stop the bright bits from bleeding out past the edge of the key.
+[* black] Compared once again with the desktop Magic Keyboard:
+ [* black] The two scissor mechanisms look nearly identical. The old Magic scissor is ever-so-slightly thicker (1.6 vs 1.38 mm).
+ [* icon_note] 0.22 mm may not seem like much, but no doubt a lot of engineering went into the re-creation of this slender new scissor switch.

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