As you may know, this morning an Oscar event was held. The awards brought a claim, and we were also able to see how attendees were occasionally talking about Apple. For your television efforts with Apple TV +? Due to the power of Mac Pro that will accelerate the production of films? Not at all. With their keyboards.
It was director Taika Waititi, who was also given the Oscar version of the film adapted from the film & # 39; Jojo Rabbit & # 39; is distributed by Variety
"Those keyboards are awesome"
Taika Waititi jokes about what writers should ask in the next round of talks with producers: “Apple needs to fix those keyboards. It is not possible to continue writing. They have become worse. Makes me want to go back to PCs ” #Clocks pic.twitter.com/vlFTSjCfZm
– Variety (@Variety) February 10, 2020
Apple needs to fix those keyboards. It's not possible to write with it, it's become more prevalent. It makes me want to go back to PCs, because & # 39; walking & # 39; PC keyboards are so much better. Raise your hands, who's using PC? You know I'm talking about it. It's the best keyboard. Those Apple keyboards are awesome "(…)" As Macs refresh and become & # 39; better & # 39 ;, keyboards grow bigger "(…)" What happens you open the laptop and stay in shape … you have to upgrade those keyboards "
The director and co-founder of the screen even jokes saying the United States Writers Guild should do something about it. He doesn't say it directly, though it is quite clear that the problem is referring to a keyboard written on a butterfly machine that Apple has added to its range of laptops in recent years.
It's something that the company is already turning back, it's back to the keyboard with a standard 16-inch Magiss Keyboard Scissor keyboard and is said to be the new 13-inch model in a short period of time. Sinditi also mentions the position that should be taken to write on keyboards, although in that case it has become much more complex.
It's still an anecdote, though and a signal that Apple's butterfly process didn't have too little to do with the success they were expecting.
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