The company also quietly killed off the only MacBook Pro that didn’t feature the TouchBar, the small touchscreen that sits atop the keyboard and replaces a computer’s function keys. Critics call it as a nuisance that drains battery and doesn’t provide much additional utility.

The new laptops were released as part of a (rather early) back-to-school promotion by Apple, which will lower the price of the Air to $999 for any college student, and throw in a pair of Beats headphones. The MacBook Pro is also available for $1,199 for college students.

But be warned: Even these brand-new Mac laptops may have keyboard issues. Past models have seen keys get stuck, become unresponsive, or type the same letter multiple times in a row, just with regular use. The company even admitted it may need to repair new laptops released earlier this year, extending the repair service it’s offered on older Macs to the ones it released in May.

Apple is expected to release more redesigned laptops in the near future, which hopefully will avoid the keyboard problems that have plagued every Mac laptop since 2015.

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