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11. Adımdaki Değişiklikler

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[* black] We slowly peel away the keyboard backlight, hoping to find Magic underneath.
[* black] The backlight assembly is filled with tiny fiber optics (probably) that carryconsists of a flexible diffuser, which carries light from LEDs (likely along the edges)edges. Flexible diffusers are common, but this one looks [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/oKmCffIZrHPIUKpQ.full|specially etched|new_window=true], possibly to maximize brightness and disperse it in the silver areas behind your keyboard so that you can see what you're typing long after the sun goes downevenness.
[* black] Underneath the backlightbacklight, we spot some Pentalobe P2 screws along the edges of the metal keyboard frame, and we hold our breath waiting to see what secures the rest of the keyboardframe. Could it be? Can we unscrew this thing to swap a busted key after a Dorito-fueled type-a-thon?
[* black] [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIAYtHiCjN8|Nooooo|new_window=true]! [guide|111509|Once'''[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIAYtHiCjN8|Nooooo|new_window=true]! '''[guide|111509|Once again|stepid=213439|new_window=true], the keyboard assembly is riveted down. Though the switches isare likely less vulnerable to crumbly assailants, the keyboard itself isn't any more repairable than the Butterfly boards.
[* black] The backlight assembly is filled with tiny fiber optics (probably) that carryconsists of a flexible diffuser, which carries light from LEDs (likely along the edges)edges. Flexible diffusers are common, but this one looks [https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/igi/oKmCffIZrHPIUKpQ.full|specially etched|new_window=true], possibly to maximize brightness and disperse it in the silver areas behind your keyboard so that you can see what you're typing long after the sun goes downevenness.
[* black] Underneath the backlightbacklight, we spot some Pentalobe P2 screws along the edges of the metal keyboard frame, and we hold our breath waiting to see what secures the rest of the keyboardframe. Could it be? Can we unscrew this thing to swap a busted key after a Dorito-fueled type-a-thon?
[* black] [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIAYtHiCjN8|Nooooo|new_window=true]! [guide|111509|Once'''[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIAYtHiCjN8|Nooooo|new_window=true]! '''[guide|111509|Once again|stepid=213439|new_window=true], the keyboard assembly is riveted down. Though the switches isare likely less vulnerable to crumbly assailants, the keyboard itself isn't any more repairable than the Butterfly boards.
[* black] It's basically 2016 all over again: we've got a new keyboard married to a non-serviceable design, with only Apple's word that it "won't break." And this one isn't even a part of the [https://support.apple.com/keyboard-service-program-for-mac-notebooks|Keyboard Service Program], so ... : /
[* black] The one glimmer of hope is that this new keyboard design is extremely similar to past Apple keyboards that have mostly withstood the test of time.
[* black] Refusing to leave this keyboard interaction empty-handed, we pry up the keyboard as much as we can with our trusty spudger to try and glimpse some of its magic. We are rewarded with a look at the flexible pcb layer sandwiched between the key and the metal backplate where the button presses happen, but no magic.