From Denny Jacob's "Apple to Pay $50 Million Settlement Over MacBook Butterfly Keyboard Lawsuit" in Wednesday's Wall Street Journal:
Apple agreed to pay $50 million to settle a class-action lawsuit brought by customers over an alleged defect in the company’s butterfly keyboard.
The representatives in the lawsuit alleged that issues with the butterfly keyboard could result in characters typed being repeated unexpectedly or keys not responding in a consistent manner, among others problems.
The tech giant denied all of the allegations made in the lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court of Northern California in San Jose, and that the proposed settlement isn’t an admission of guilt or wrongdoing...
Certain groups in the settlement are estimated to receive between $50 and $395 depending on the number of valid claims received.
My take: It was a magnet for crumbs, a letter-doubler and a typo-generator for which I blamed Jony Ive. I eventually had to drag the thing to the Apple Store to be swapped out. But I'm too old to be chasing every class-action email that lands on my desktop.