Actors like to have some political message to impart to viewers at award reveals. At final night time’s Oscars, Taika Waititi, winner of the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for Jojo Rabbit, voiced his personal passionate plea — for Apple to vary its MacBook keyboards.
“Apple needs to fix those keyboards,” he instructed reporters. “They are impossible to write on; they’ve gotten worse. It makes me want to go back to PCs. Because PC keyboards, the bounce-back for your fingers is way better … Those Apple keyboards are horrendous.”
Waititi, who sounded extremely passionate about his level, continued that he discovered Apple’s keyboards made his RSI points worse. He even joked that the Writers Guild of America “needs to step in and actually do something.”
Between this and the latest on-stage dig from Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais about Apple’s China manufacturing, Apple have to be dreading awards reveals. (Well, aside from these Apple TV+ wins, that’s!)
Jojo Rabbit author slams MacBook keyboard
Taika Waititi is, in fact, removed from the one particular person to criticize Apple’s MacBook keyboards. Many followers hated the controversial butterfly swap keyboard that Apple launched in 2016. In 2018, Apple acknowledged that there have been issues with its butterfly keyboards — though it mentioned that the difficulty was restricted to just some items.
Now evidently it’s on the point of transfer past it with new MacBooks. However, a class-action lawsuit focusing on the hated keyboards is shifting ahead.