We brought a Macbook Air, which was bought last year, to the local Apple store as the keyboard started to ignore certain keys. The reps there told us that they'd inspect it and if it needed replaced, it would be £120 as it was out of warranty. They said there wasn't any indication of liquid damage when they performed an initial analysis. Has this happened to anyone else? I would have expected that this would be covered under the Sales of Goods act since a year and (not even) two months is a very poor lifespan for a laptop keyboard. My phone, iPad and iMac are all due a refresh soon and it's really making me rethink those.