Question about Apple Computers & Internet
Hi, I know I am answering your question 2 years latter, but I just wanted to write it somewhere. The apple wireless aluminium keyboard cannot be opened. The white plastic finishing in the bottom is glued to the keyboard, with a spatula, you can take it off (its hard, but won`t damage your keyboard). Underneath the plastic, you'll see an aluminium plate attached to the key board body. There are some very small screws all over the back that you can take off, but that doesn't solve the problem, other parts of the aluminium plate are welded to the rest of the aluminium body. You can break the welding with a screwdriver, but you'll never be able to reconnect the whole thing in the end. I was so upset with two keys that were not working on my keyboard, that I decided to kill it and share my findings with the online community. All the best, Marcelo
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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