For months, users have been complaining about Apple's newest MacBook on their new, thinner keyboard. In particular, users have complained that the keys are easy to hang, fall off or simply do nothing when pressed. Now Apple has admitted that a "small percentage" of MacBook and MacBook Pro keyboards could have problems from 2015 to 2017 – and the company will repair the keyboards for free MacRumors . While this will surely make some MacBook owners happy, many are still simply upset about the new butterfly-mechanism keys that can make the keyboards thinner. Fans of earlier MacBooks say that in addition to the issues the keys seem to have, they simply miss the feel of older, more traditional scissor mechanism buttons. If you have an affected MacBook, you can take it to an Apple Store for a free repair.