1. Apple's 'PhoenixCE' diagnostic software left on customer MacBook Pro  AppleInsider
  2. The MacBook Pro Is Now $99 Off  Forbes
  3. Apple shipped someone a refurbed MacBook Pro full of diagnostic software  iMore
  4. RIP Butterfly: 2020 MacBooks Will Feature Scissor Keyboards (Report)  Laptop Mag
  5. Apple is ready to ditch the butterfly keyboard on all MacBook models, analyst claims  TrustedReviews
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An Apple customer who bought a Certified Refurbished MacBook Pro claims to have discovered the presence of diagnostic tools on the notebook, applications used to check the MacBook is fully functional but are meant to be removed before being sold.An Apple customer who bought a Certified Refurbished MacBook Pro claims to have discovered the presence of diagnostic tools on the notebook, applications used to check the MacBook is fully functional but are meant to be removed before being sold.

Apple's 'PhoenixCE' diagnostic software left on customer MacBook Pro

The entry-level MacBook Pro is currently on sale for $1,200.The entry-level MacBook Pro is currently on sale for $1,200.

The MacBook Pro Is Now $99 Off

Apple uses proprietary software to help diagnose problems with Macs. But it someone managed to ship that software to a customer on a supposedly refurbished MacBook Pro.Apple uses proprietary software to help diagnose problems with Macs. But it someone managed to ship that software to a customer on a supposedly refurbished MacBook Pro.

Apple shipped someone a refurbed MacBook Pro full of diagnostic software | iMore

According to a prominent Apple analyst, the company will drop its Butterfly keyboard design entirely by mid 2020.The 16-inch MacBook Pro will be just the beginning

All MacBooks will ditch the Butterfly keyboard by mid 2020, analyst claims | TechRadar

Good news for MacBook buyers: Apple will soon roll out fixed versions of its troubled keyboards. Bad news: If you want one this year, it'll be expensive.Good news for MacBook buyers: Apple will soon roll out fixed versions of its troubled keyboards. Bad news: If you want one this year, it'll be expensive.

Kuo: Apple's fixed MacBook keyboard will debut in a pricey 16-inch Pro | VentureBeat

Apple’s latest entry-level MacBook Pro is the best option for most people looking for a new MacBook, but that doesn’t mean it’s perfect.The latest entry-level MacBook Pro is surprisingly competent

Apple MacBook Pro 13 2019 Two USB ports review: considered compromises - The Verge

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MacBook users have been complaining about the butterfly keyboard for years now, with common issues being stuck keys and unwanted repeat keystrokes.MacBook users have been complaining about the butterfly keyboard for years now, with common issues being stuck keys and unwanted repeat keystrokes.

Apple is ready to ditch the butterfly keyboard on all MacBook models