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Apple hit with class-action lawsuit over M1 MacBook display issues

Apple is not a stranger to any sort of legal action against it. And that, unfortunately, includes class-action lawsuits brought against it by its own customers. That usually happens when it comes to some kind of perceived issues with Apple's business practices and/or hardware issues with its devices. Which is the case this time around as well.

What would you change about the iMac?

It feels like forever ago now, but I once had a desktop. Something I'd use every single day by saddling up to a desk and typing away on a wired, less-than-great keyboard. A mouse and not a trackpad. Part of those years was as a kid, either with an early day Mac or early day PC, and most of that time was spent playing old computer games.

How has your desk changed over the last year?

Mail App on MacBook Screen

Over the last year and some change, what going to work looks like has changed quite a bit for a lot of people. What used to be a daily grind with traffic and public transport, or parking, or whatever else it might've been, now relies more on stable WiFi and kids not barging in on us during a Zoom call. But, what about our desks?

The Epomaker NT68 is a compact mechanical keyboard designed to sit on top of your MacBook’s keyboard

If you're a fan of mechanical keyboards, but feel forced to use a scissor-switch keyboard instead (or, worse, Apple's butterfly keyboard!), then Epomaker may have just unveiled a worthwhile option for you.

This new mechanical keyboard (via The Verge) is a compact option, designed to be easily portable so you can bring it with you wherever you might need to get some typing done. The idea is pretty unique, albeit not exclusive: a small keyboard that's designed to sit right on top of the built-in keyboard on your MacBook. Size wise, it'll fit right atop the 12-inch MacBook's butterfly keyboard.