The battery life in my 2015 12in MacBook is getting worse and worse. 575 cycles. "Service Battery" message is showing. On battery power, I can almost sit and watch the battery percentage drop. Stopped by my local Apple store tonight to inquire about a battery replacement, and while they were at it, butterfly keyboard replacement. Was told that it was out of warranty (duh) and that the keyboard replacement program for this model had ended. My only option was to send it in for "Flat Rate Depot" service for $600 and that they would discount that service $400 to get me down to the cost of the battery replacement, $200. I will absolutely get this in writing. This would cover the battery, keyboard, and any other components that the service dept deemed needing replacement. Was told my laptop would be gone 5-7 business days, as the service department is backed up right now, that this is "their busiest time of year for repairs". Any of this sound sketchy? Keyboard replacement program over for this model/year MacBook? Discounting a $600 service 66%? Full replacement of any component that service sees an issue with? Anyone had any experience in the Flat Rate Depot program?