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How to claim $395 from Apple if you bought a Macbook in the US between 2015 and 2019

In GlobeLiveMedia we explain who are the people eligible to claim $395 dollars from Apple if they bought a Macbook in the US between 2015 and 2019, as well as what you must do to obtain compensation

Good news for Apple users, and specifically those who bought a Macbook in the US between 2015 and 2019: You have two months to claim compensation of up to $395, after a $50 settlement has been established. million dollars for a civil lawsuit.

The lawsuit occurred due to a failure in the Macbook keyboards distributed during the years 2015 and 2019, which consists of a keyboard failure that caused many users to have to replace certain keys on it or even the entire keyboard.

The Verge portal reported that there are three types of people affected by the Apple failure and that, depending on the damage they have suffered, they will have specific compensation:

1) Those affected who have had to replace their keyboard more than once: this group should be paid automatically and can get up to $395.

2) Those affected who have had to replace their keyboard only once or have had to replace specific keys: This group can get up to $125 for the keyboard and $50 for the specific keys.

It should be noted that payments will only be available to users whose Macbooks were repaired by Apple or one of its authorized service providers within 4 years of purchase.

How to make a claim to Apple if I bought a Macbook between 2015 and 2019?

All claims must be made before March 6, 2023, so you have two months to do so if you are one of those affected.

People belonging to the affected group who have had to change their Macbook keyboard more than once will receive their payment automatically.

People belonging to the other groups will have to make a claim on the keyboardsettlement.com portal, where they will have to enter their unique identification (which they will receive through their email or regular mail) to start the claim online.

Payments will be issued after the final hearing, which is scheduled for March 16, 2023.

Melissa Galbraith
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