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La MacBook Pro más nueva de Apple es la más rápida hasta ahora con un procesador opcional de ocho núcleos (el primero en una MacBook) y un misterioso nuevo material de teclado. Ya que es poco probable que Apple se explaye sobre este "material" y nunca estamos satisfechos con un misterio no resuelto, es hora una vez más de mirar detenidamente al infame teclado mariposa. ¡Ponte tu sombrero de detective y acompáñanos en este desmontaje!

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    • En teoría, esta MacBook Pro 2019 nueva viene con una leve mejora en las especificaciones, ¿Cómo será esa mejora? Veamos:

    • Pantalla de retina retroiluminada por LED con True Tone de 15.4 pulgadas con tecnología IPS; resolución de 2880 x 1800 a 220 ppi con gama cromática amplia (P3)

    • Intel Core i7 de seis núcleos a 2.6 GHz (Turbo Boost de hasta 4.5 GHz) emparejada con Radeon Pro 555X

    • 16 GB de memoria DDR4 SDRAM integrada a 2.400 MHz

    • SSD basado en PCIe de 256 GB

    • 802.11ac Wi-Fi y Bluetooth 5.0

    • Cuatro puertos Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C)

    • Nuestra víctima de desmontaje lleva el número de modelo familiar A1990, pero un número de EMC nuevo: 3359.

    I have found apple products very robust for my business. I work on heavy web design and ``Graphic Design`` work with no problems. In some cases I had to upgrade to more RAM or to SSD disk form buying products from ifixit.com and that extended the life of my MACs even more. I have an Imac and a mac book pro for more than 10 years now.

    JCSL - Contestar

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    • La última vez necesitamos dos desmontajes diferentes para llegar hasta el fondo de estas laptops, así que para variar, omitamos las formalidades.

    • Al igual que en un programa de cocina, vamos directamente al grano: ¡voilà! ¡Está abierto!

    • Si tienes curiosidad de saber cómo entrar, el procedimiento es exactamente igual al de la edición de 2018... ¡y tenemos ya guías para eso!

    • Como se prometió, esto se ve principalmente como un leve mejoramiento de especificaciones: el hardware parece no distinguirse visualmente de la última vez. Vamos a sacar el tablero y verlo más de cerca.

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    • Con cero componentes modulares, no hay chance de actualizar ninguna parte de este hardware. Estos son los chips que tendrás siempre:

    • Procesador Intel Core i7-9750H de seis núcleo de novena generación.

    • 16x SK Hynix H5AN8G8NAFR 8 Gb DDR4 SDRAM (16 GB total)

    • AMD Radeon Pro 555X GPU

    • 4x Micron MT51J256M32HF-70:B 8 Gb GDDR5 RAM (4 GB total)

    • Coprocesador Apple T2 APL1027 339S00533, en capas sobre 1GB de memoria LPDDR4 Micron D9VLN

    • Toshiba TSB3226AW8815TWNA1 and TSB3226XZ2939TWNA1 flash storage (256 GB total)

    • Controlador Intel JHL7540 Thunderbolt 3

    You folks have probably explained this elsewhere, but can you confirm that the SSDs Apple is using are open-market consumer-grade drives? The rationale behind their high upgraded-drive pricing is that there’s some sort of added Apple-specific value. Is there any?

    Moeskido - Contestar

    @moeskido1 They don’t use an SSD in the ordinary use of the term—their flash storage chips are BGA-soldered directly to the logic board (as shown in the image above) and SSD controller functions are handled by Apple’s custom T2 chip. The upside is very fast read/write speeds and low power consumption, with the obvious downside being the complete lack of repair, upgrade, and data recovery options. And it’s hard to ignore how it benefits Apple at the expense of their customers, since you have to pay through the nose to future-proof the storage capacity.

    Jeff Suovanen -

    @jeffsu Is there any any other benefit to be had? Is this storage sourced from, say, enterprise-grade stock or otherwise modified in any way that would matter to the consumer?

    Moeskido - Contestar

    “16 GB of 2400 MHz DDR4 SDRAM”

    vs

    “4x Micron MT51J256M32HF-70:B 8 Gb GDDR5 RAM (4 GB total)”

    Shouldn’t the RAM description in the layout breakdown be more like 4 4Gb chips for a total of 16 GB?

    shomizu9 - Contestar

    Hi shomizu9,

    The 4GB Micron RAM is the video RAM, while the 16 GB SK Hynix RAM is the on-board system RAM.

    Arthur Shi -

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    • Más chips para que inspecciones:

    • Controlador de plataforma Intel SR40F concentrador

    • Texas Instruments CD3215C00Z (probables controladores de potencia)

    • 338S00267-A0 (probable Apple PMIC)

    • Controlador de potencia TPS51980A

    • 339S00458 (probablemente módulo de Apple Wi-Fi/Bluetooth)

    • Modulador 6277A PWM Intersil

    • Codec de audio Cirrus Logic CS42L83A

    339S00458 is much likely WiFi/BT module.

    JJ Wu - Contestar

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    • ¡Y ahora al teclado! Veamos cómo fue la metamorfosis de esta mariposa hasta ahora.

    • Luego de hacer su debut en la MacBook Retina de 2015, el teclado mariposa aterrizó en la línea de MacBook Pro por primera vez en el 2016 (foto a la izquierda)

    • Diseñado para ser súper delgado y acomodar pulsaciones de teclas descentradas, este teclado es controversial debido a su golpe extremadamente corto y porque en poco tiempo resultó ser poco confiable.

    • En el verano del 2018, Apple lanzó un programa de reparación, culpando principalmente al polvo por atascar las teclas y además lanzó modelos actualizados con una membrana de silicona que protege los interruptores de tecla (imagen en el medio). Pero los problemas persistieron.

    • Por último, la revisión del interruptor de mariposa del 2019 mantiene la membrana de silicona, pero modifica los materiales en el domo de metal elástico y el material de plástico que lo cubre.

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    • Ahora que tenemos algo de contexto, vamos capa por capa por los componentes principales de este teclado de interruptor mariposa del 2019.

    • La tapa de la tecla es la guinda del pastel. La etiqueta conveniente le dice al usuario qué tecla está rota.

    • El soporte blanco con bisagra es el mecanismo "mariposa" que controla el movimiento de la tecla para estabilizarla y para desplazarse hacia arriba y hacia abajo sin inclinarse ni tambalearse.

    • Dentro de este soporte hay una cubierta transparente que se flexiona con cada pulsación de tecla, mientras se mantiene alejado del interruptor de domo, que se encuentra justo debajo. El punto negro en el centro concentra su fuerza de ataque en el interruptor

    • El personaje principal de este ensamblaje es el elástico interruptor de metal en forma de domo. Se deforma cuando presionas la tecla, abarca los seis contactos de la tarjeta y luego rebota al soltar la tecla.

    • Debajo del interruptor en forma de domo hay seis almohadillas de metal. Cada vez que una corriente eléctrica pasa entre la almohadilla central superior y una de las otras cinco almohadillas, se registra una pulsación de tecla.

    • Para terminar, la membrana de silicona cubre el mecanismo de mariposa para evitar que los residuos entren y se bloquee.

    Possibly, the change of material to a near-transparent material will allow more light to pass through? So the backlighting system can be brighter? Just guessing

    KillerLab 233 - Contestar

    question: does anything on the machine/keyboard (aside from the key at at the end) clip into or attach to the transparent cover with he dome switch? trying to replace this entire piece and not sure how to get the entire thing from falling off!

    Amanda - Contestar

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    • Entonces, ¿qué cambió este año? Primero, el material transparente de la tapa del interruptor.

    • La tapa en el modelo 2018 es semi opaca, algo de mal gusto y se siente como silicona. El modelo nuevo es más claro y suave al tacto.

    • Para confirmar que los materiales son de hecho diferentes, los analizamos utilizando la espectroscopia de transformada infrarroja de Fourier (FTIR). Gracias a Eric Beaton y al departamento de ingeniería de materiales de Cal Poly por su equipo y experiencia.

    • El análisis FTIR funciona al hacer brillar la luz infrarroja en un material y medir la cantidad de luz que se absorbe y en qué longitudes de onda. Estos datos actúan como una huella digital que se puede utilizar para identificar el material.

    • Los diferentes picos y valles en los espectros FTIR para las dos muestras nos muestran que son materiales diferentes. Pero ¿qué son?

    • Cuando se comparan estos espectros FTIR con los de polímeros conocidos, la coincidencia más cercana para el modelo 2018 es poli (acetileno) con grupos laterales de uretano aromático, o un tipo de TPU (lo que parece más probable). El modelo 2019 es compatible con la poliamida (comúnmente conocida como nylon).

    • Lo que esto no nos dice es qué problema intentaron resolver los ingenieros de Apple con este material actualizado. ¡Envíanos tus ideas!

    The 2018 tackiness likely makes dust stick better. Thanks for using science here. FTIR looks like a much better instrument than the monochromator based instruments I used back in the day.

    John Lam - Contestar

    Great research guys!

    Only on iFixit would you get this level of detail!

    Dan - Contestar

    Didn’t a recent reddit post and experiment confirms it has nothing to do with dust ( And Heat ) ? And the problem hasn't been fixed after three years suggest no one really knows what the causes were.

    K Sec - Contestar

    Following the theory that heat accelerated key failure a switch to a different material would make sense if its melting point was higher. Some quick googling indicates nylon has high temperature resistance.

    Joeri Sebrechts - Contestar

    According to this site, nylon endures repeated flexing better than polyurethane.

    jimmy.cerra - Contestar

    Poly(acetylene) doesn't make a lot of sense for a component like this. I suspect that the 2018 material is probably a more conventional thermoplastic polyurethane. TPU has that tacky, silicone-like quality and doesn't withstand heat as well as nylon.

    jwang158 - Contestar

    Makes sense! The match with the second-highest HQI was Cytor 7040 (as you can see in the screen capture)—which as you correctly pointed out is a type of TPU. We updated the teardown accordingly. Thanks for your comment!

    Jeff Suovanen -

    A single key of my 2017 13” MBP failed, and the culprit turned out to be the black paint that helps the backlight diffuse more evenly throughout the keytop. It was the paint that had flaked off and jammed the key rather than any external dust. So look to the formulation of the black paint and its adherence to the type of plastic as an element in this problem. It appears that the plastic flexes when you press the key, and if the paint adherence is poor or the paint is too rigid, there is a non-zero chance it will break off and float around, causing trouble.

    Graeme Gill - Contestar

    Interesting that they went with Polyamide, which is comonly known as Nylon 6. One problem with Nylon 6, which is used widely in under-the-hood applications in automotive sector, is that it retains moisture really well. Not sure if apple is using different materials based on different geographics (countries) because moisture retention can lead to swelling and with such small component, any kind of swelling can impact the mechanism.

    Deepak Sharma - Contestar

    Le matériau de 2018 et collant donc retiens les micros poussières celui de 2019 lisse les laisse glisser et en plus il est plus résistant et rebondi mieux en reprenant ça forme initiale.

    craquouille.nounouille - Contestar

    If they used a special PA such as EMS Grilamid TR on the cover, moisture absorption should be no issue.

    Sam Panton - Contestar

    Forget tearing down lame consumer gear, let’s teardown that FTIR analyzer.

    jak p - Contestar

    PhD in polymer engineering here. I think the black dot that concentrates the force of your key press onto the switch shifts a bit due to fatigue or thermal expansion (or may even wear off), and the key either don’t register or registers twice. See this video which demonstrates the role of the black dot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIwooQAg...

    Changing the material to nylon will make the cover more rigid and less prone to deformation thermally or under load, which means that the black dot will remain in the center and the dome is pressed evenly.

    This video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nob5MLYG...) shows that when the machine is hot, the keys make load noises as seen in the previous video mentioned, which indicates that temperature really does shift the black dot from the center.

    Mehdi Ataei - Contestar

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    • ¿Qué más ha cambiado? Creemos que el interruptor de domo de metal puede haber cambiado. Veamos más de cerca.

    • El domo es como una tapa muy pequeña o una tapa Snapple: presionas hacia abajo y vuelve a subir.

    • Si algo cambia en el domo, si está agrietado o deformado, la tecla puede comportarse de forma errática. Del mismo modo, si las puntas se rompen o se doblan, la tecla deja de funcionar.

    • Existen innumerables razones posibles para que este interruptor se agriete o se desgaste: defectos de fabricación, simple desgaste, calor prolongado, humedad, desgasificación de otros componentes y corrosión son los culpables comunes.

    • Es totalmente posible que varios de estos factores contribuyan a cambiar las fallas, lo que podría explicar por qué a Apple le está costando tanto resolver el problema. ¿La cuarta vez es la vencida?

    • Estos interruptores son magnetizados de fábrica. La mejor conjetura sobre la composición es acero inoxidable ferrítico, con un revestimiento delgado de polímero en la parte inferior. La diferencia en el acabado de la superficie de la 2018 (izq) a 2019 (de) indica que Apple podría estar usando un tratamiento térmico revisado, una aleación, o ambos.

    When the snap dome switches my company was using started to fail well before our 3 million cycle test goal, it turned out to be a couple of problems. We weren’t using a hard gold (alloy) plating on our PCB and the snap domes, instead of being the usual round shape, had legs much wider than the Apple snap domes.

    The sharp corners of the legs on our snap domes wore through the gold plating, and the stainless/copper interface corroded so that we lost electrical contact.

    Maybe the Apple snap dome legs scrape along the gold surfaces and either kick up contaminants that prevent electrical contact in the middle, or eventually wear through the gold and cause corrosion at the leg contact points. The corrosion only has to occur at the very end of the button travel (legs splayed as much as possible) to prevent electrical contact.

    If we assume they’re pretty competent people at Apple, it would be easy enough for them to diagnose that and fix those corrosion and wear issues. So maybe it’s not that.

    Mark H - Contestar

    Oops, I stand corrected. There isn’t necessarily any electrical contact through the legs of their snap domes. It’s the center four bumps that are the electrical contacts, the upper two that have minimal sliding force.

    Mark H - Contestar

    The center of the dome still has 2 contacts so we will still get double key presses. Wonder why this dome has a 1 center contact: https://i.imgur.com/LAM75Lz.jpg

    malhal - Contestar

    I had a great uncle that worked on computers that ran typesetting systems back in the 1960s and 70s. They had problems with key-bounce back then. I forget what the solution was, but I think software probably smoothes out a lot of these kind of problems these days. I worked on a keyboard that dated from the late 1960s for a video titler system from a company called Telemation. The keyboard was a matrix of very large switches with magnetic reed switches and plungers with magnets on the ends. After 17 or so years, the reed switches became magnetized and you would just get a full screen of a single letter pressed.

    Scott Thomas - Contestar

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    • ¡Eso es todo!

    • O quizá "EEso es too".

    • Por ahora al menos. Nos encantaría saber de cualquier ingeniero de materiales en la audiencia, y nos encantaría echar un vistazo a cualquier tecla que falla y caiga en nuestras manos.

    • Mientras tanto, el problema fundamental con esta laptop permanece: si alguna vez sale mal algo, estarás reemplazando la mitad de la máquina. Incluso si el teclado es perfecto esta vez, estás arriesgándote a todo lo demás. ¿Cuál es nuestro consejo? Guarda tu dinero.

    • Con eso, probablemente puedas adivinar dónde cae esta laptop en la escala de reparabilidad ...

  10. Consideraciones Finales
    • El trackpad se puede quitar y reemplazar con muy poco drama.
    • El procesador, la memoria RAM y la memoria flash están soldados a la placa lógica. Las reparaciones y mejoras no serán prácticas en el mejor de los casos.
    • El ensamblaje de la caja superior, incluido el teclado, la batería, los altavoces y la barra táctil, están pegados, lo que hace que todos esos componentes no sean prácticos para reemplazarlos por separado.
    • El sensor Touch ID se dobla como el interruptor de alimentación y está emparejado con el chip T2 en la placa lógica. Reparar un interruptor de alimentación roto puede requerir la ayuda de Apple o una nueva placa lógica.
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“When comparing these FTIR spectra to that of known polymers, the closest match for the 2018 model is polyacetylene with aromatic urethane side groups, while the 2019 model uses polyamide (commonly known as nylon).

What this doesn't tell us is, just what problem Apple's engineers tried to solve using this updated material. Send us your ideas!”

Spitballing, any debris would have an easier time sliding through the nylon, while the 2018 model has a more sticky material.

tipoo - Contestar

Hopefully making cleaning with canned air more effective.

Mark -

The plastic dome covers the contacts so you can’t really blow air into the gap. The covers are glued down to the base 360 degrees.

Dan -

Was eagerly anticipating this teardown as soon as the tech press announced the new MacBook Pros with yet another keyboard iteration.

Question: How are the butterfly mechanism and plastic cover attached to the top case? Are they merely held in place by the silicone membrane?

I could not tell if the membrane had to be cut in order to extract the butterfly mechanism and plastic dome.

Those two keys you disassembled, can they be re-assembled and have them function normally without the key falling off?

Carlos Perez - Contestar

The thing that really holds it all together is the clear plastic cover piece with the black dot in the middle. That component both holds the dome in place on the PCB and provides the pivot points for the hinged white bracket that controls the keycap travel. Unfortunately, it’s essentially riveted in place from the back with plastic pegs, and prying it out is usually pretty destructive. (In other words, don’t try this at home!) The silicone dust membrane doesn’t have to be cut however, as it’s mainly around the perimeter and not over the top of the mechanism.

Jeff Suovanen -

@jeffsu - Can you post pics of the other side of the dome contact plate or tell us if the new ones are gold plated. Thanks!

Dan -

Top side of the dome is pictured in Step 8. ;)

Jeff Suovanen -

I guess we’ll need to wait another year before we get the old reliable keyboards back! So sad …

Dan - Contestar

You’re quite the optimist there.

Don Whiteside -

What about the VRM overheating issue? Where is the VRM located on your teardowns? Is there any cooling being applied to the module?

David - Contestar

If this proves to be reliable, then it will be just another proof that it is a better idea to stay away from 1st (or even 2nd) Generations of any Apple product. I could make an arm’s long list, but to make a just a few examples: 1st Gen 15” Retina MacBook Pro Mid-2012 / Early-2013 - GPU Problems, 1st Gen MacBook Air - messy internal arrangement, low performance and overheating, 1st Gen iPad, 1st Gen iPhone, 1st Gen Apple Watch. In all these products and many more, it is better to wait 1.5 or 2 years for an update that is “reliable”, more powerful and what not.

Marhowl - Contestar

With one of the best engineering teams in the world, that they still make big errors like this and pretty much refuse to take responsibility or at least make it so others can do repairs is sad.

I like my old Macs but want to upgrade someday, at this point I hesitate.

Thank you iFixit for all your hard work detailing the differences and advocating 3rd party repair!

Russell Courtenay -

I amazed at how apple engages in these obvious anti-consumer, anti-repair engineering “solutions” and still maintains their customer base.

zackchimento - Contestar

I'll tell you what keeps me in the customer base: macOS.

I spent the 80s with Apple computers and from 1990 until 2014 on Windows PCs. I've been back in the Apple universe for 5 years, and it's like heaven compared to the ongoing, exhausting (it bears repeating — exhausting) war I had with Windows. The prospect of being able to build my own computers and customize them to my heart's content was irresistable in my youth. But creating an OS that could run on any of the infinite configurations of PC parts, in the end, made Windows too easy to break. Torvalds got it; Gates and company did not, at least for my money. The thought of going back to Windows makes me shudder.

Ron Miller -

Ein Laptop wo man den Speicher nicht nachrüsten kann kommt mir gar nicht ins haus, Wieso bleibt apple nicht bei der Pci express Lösung. Da konnte der Nutzer die “festplatte” wenigstens noch selbst wechseln.

furious - Contestar

Love the teardowns, and the repair guides to which I’ve referred numerous times.

That said, it really makes me sad to see Apple make iFixit become iPokeAroundInsideIt.

Haile Unlikely - Contestar

I agree with Ron Miller’s comment above. The macOS (as well as integration with iOS, is what keeps me with Apple. I used MS Dos and Windows operating systems from the 1980s to 2013 and finally had enough, so I switched to Apple. I do get frustrated with Apple, and this butterfly keyboard debacle increases the level of frustration. I guess I’ll continue with my 2012 15” retina MBP for at least another year. It’s still going strong, though a little slow at times.

Many thanks for the teardown, iFixit.

Bill Moore - Contestar

I also Agee with Ron Miller. I went through numerous iterations of Windows machines, from my first 386, to bigger and much more competent desktops, work stations, and some powerful laptops. Many hesitate to go with Apple, saying they’re too expensive, and they are, upfront. But there’s more to cost than upfront cost. With Windows machines I spent innumerable hours upon hours, maintaining, updating, protecting, and repairing them. Even if we don’t consider material costs, the hours lost count as costs that far exceed any difference in upfront costs for Apple products. Since time spent is how we get money to buy things, it doesn’t much matter whether we spend employment time, maintaining time, updating time, or protecting time. All time spent equals cost we’ve spent for any product. So are Apple products really more expensive? I don’t think so.

Ronald Sauve - Contestar

As a long term apple customer…. i agree with you but there is a limit. These new keyboards have been failure prone for 4 years at this point. And i personally know people who have had multiple returns, the worst case being 3 returns inside 1 month of ownership for a friend who bought an original 2015 macbook and loved the machine if it wasn’t for the un-usable failure rate. He returned it and got a Macbook Pro 13” 2015 like mine. But now the alternative macbook keyboards do not exist.

jethro.rose -

Will most definitely NOT be buying until at least 12 months have passed and the failures have come out

In the meantime, my 2015 13” Pro soldiers on.

jethro.rose - Contestar

If you do not need the portability the current line of iMacs are a pretty good value. I needed a faster machine then my aging 2015 Macbook Pro because I’m doing more and more video editing so I got the 8 core iMac and never looked back.

Ryan Villanueva - Contestar

Has anyone disassembled a malfunctioning switch \ switches?

Have metal fatigue, cracks, bends, etc. been observed?

Have torn plastic domes been found?

Chris Waterman - Contestar

I’m probably in the minority but I love the butterfly keyboard in my 2017 15” MBP, particularly the low-travel and clicky feedback. Did this keyboard modification alter the tactile typing experience?

Ken Suzuki - Contestar

我想看2019款13英寸MacBook Pro 4雷雳口的拆解

季羿臣 - Contestar

I am wondering how 8TB of storage and 64GB of RAM can fit in one of these. There doesn’t seem to be much left over space. I would love to see pictures of a maxed out one.

Chris Bennett - Contestar

I think it deserves a 2/10.

guardian10 - Contestar

I wonder how many people suffered from the 2019 MacBook Pro butterfly keyboard failures compared to the older iterations. It would interesting to hear some users' experience in this regard. After Apple released the 2019 16 inch MBP, we all know that model is less prone to have these kinds of problems, but I'm still curious about the last butterfly keyboard iteration of 2019.

Mirko Frollano - Contestar

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