Apple has begun to fix a hard drive problem that has caused problems for some MacBook Pro users.
The company’s first fix for the problem is an update to the MacPro, a MacBook Pro with an Intel Core i7-5960X processor, 256GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD.
Apple has also announced an update for the MacBook Pro’s keyboard, a redesigned MacBookPro keyboard with a matte finish and new keys.
Apple is currently working on a new MacBook Pro keyboard with Cherry MX Blue switches, but the company has said that a production version of the keyboard will be ready by the end of the year.
The MacPro was designed for Apple’s own Mac mini line of desktop computers that came with an integrated Intel Core processor, so the new keyboard will offer improved performance for the mini’s many applications.
Other changes for the new MacBookPro include a redesigned keyboard with the new Cherry MX Brown switches, a new trackpad with a smaller bezel and new rubberized backlit keys.
The keyboard will come in three color options, which can be customized using Apple’s online store.
It will also come with a new AppleCare warranty for 12 months.