Forget the AirPods and the Mac Pro Cheese Grater. Apple’s most reviled product may not have been a distinct product but a component instead. Fortunately, it seems that the company is ready to put its butterfly switches behind it and is spreading the good news of good old scissor switches. In fact, it may even spread that to a rather … Continue reading

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