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Cursor jumping randomly when typing

I have a 2017 touch bar pro, and when I type, randomly, the cursor will end up in some other place while I'm typing. I'm guessing it has something to do with the massive trackpad. Sometimes the cursor just moves and I'll be typing in some other sentence, sometimes it highlights entire areas of text, and I'll type over those. I haven't seen anything online about this issue, but everyone I know who has this model complains about the same problem. I've already taken it in, and Apple replaced the entire key and trackpad set up, saying it was possibly dust under the keyboard, but that's not the fix. It started right out of the box. Anyone know of this problem and a potential fix? I've changed some of the haptic feedback settings, but... still nothing.

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I have this issue too. It's driving me crazy and wasting hours of correction time,. It seems to be a design fault,

A friend thinks that the area next to the trackpad (to the left and right) is too sensitive; just resting your hand there, or even a gust of air can cause your cursor to disappear. You have to search for it and you find it's made a bunch of typos half way up your document, or deleted a whole chunk of text. Apple should recall these laptops and replace them for us. It's been like this right out of the box.

could be several things, reset the PRAM....also check the cycles on the battery under system information/power if it's REALLY high like near 1000 it could be a bloated battery which pushes up on the trackpad and keyboard and causes this...also check the adjustment screw for the trackpad. Some can be adjusted VERY little but just enough (search here for this) But yes, it can be one of several things.....try these first....they're the easiest. If none of the above, you could open it and check the connection and make sure there's no corrosion or any moisture related anything on the plug in where the trackpad has it's connectors but if it's new and no liquid damage has ever occurred then this is prob not a cause but possible if it's even got wet too..... THESE options are more for older macs as yours is basically brand new. I'd go back to Apple with it. demand they replace or fix it again, especially if it's under applecare warranty. Tell them to type on it until it happens to them....it sounds like a bad trackpad to me, make sure they address the cables to and from the trackpad/keyboard too and not just the trackpad and keyboard themselves. I know there's a dust issue with some keyboard people have had but this is more for typing and not a jumpy trackpad..

i had the same problem with the MAC from Sept. 2017--right out of the box. I stopped using it and went back to my 2012 MBP. . First the geniuses said it was jumping around b/c I was touching the huge track pad, then they said it was the jewelry, I took everything off. They then tried to tell me it was a problem with my apps or files were corrupted and so we reloaded everything from the original sources. Always MY fault. TOOK Forever wasted sooo much time. Also, couldn't read my WD drives for MAC; USB adapter not recognized; MAC replaced the trackpad, all connections, everything. nothing worked. Finally sent me a new MBP in May 2018, and the jumping around is still happening. and getting worse. In outlook, word, and websites, using chrome, safari, etc. I have no idea where the problem is, but we need to make more noise about this. I had a 2012 mac with a new 2 TB Solid State drive--and had no trouble. I unfortunately got liquid on the keyboard last December and it died, so this is my only Mac.

I'm just an ordinary user of MBPs. I got my new one yesterday and I have the same problems, exactly the same problems as described above. And – I didn't want to believe it – the same problems that made me waste a lot of time by correcting texts in word, excel, etc. with my old MBP and made me finally giving up and buy a new one. This time, too, the cursor ends up in other places while typing. The cursor just marks parts of a sentence above and going on writing this par disappears of course. The reason cannot be the massive trackpad, my old one's was smaller. I guess this is a systemic default and I know I am not the only one with this problem, there's just nobody who makes this a relevant issue for apple. I do not know what to do now with my new MBP, I'm still discussing with my IT-provider.

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This honestly worked from above for me, and I was the original poster.

I had the same issue with my new MacBook . Drove me bonkers for months. Apple help solved it for me. Uncheck 'tap to click' in Preferences>Trackpad. PROBLEM SOLVED


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I just tried your tip and for the first time in nearly two years I was able to type without the curser flipping here and there. I am amazed and delighted. Hope this is really the key to getting rid of this most exasperating problem. A hundred thank yous!!!!

Worked for me, too. Thanks for the tip!

Mine was already unchecked, so this was not a solution for my cursor dancing.

My 'tap to click' box was unchecked already :\ .... Any other solutions ????

Thank this fixed a problem that I'd been living with for a long time. Wish I'd seen your post earlier. Thanks so much!

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I went into system preferences and unticked practically everything in Mouse and Trackpad although I kept mouse “right click” and “natural scroll direction”.

Seems to have worked for me - I never used the trackpad anyway as much prefer mouse.

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Definitely worked for me as have been typing normally since made the changes.

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This is also happening to me, took it in to apple and they blamed me. It’s a joke. Even as I typed this my macbook deleted text. It’s almost unusable and i get carpel tunnel trying to hold my palms over the ridiculous track pad. worst $3500 i’ve spent.

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UPDATE: So, this may work for some.1. Disable the track pad completely in setting (all the the check boxes.) 2. Make sure you uncheck tap to click. 3. Try like this for while, It fixed mine. 4. I've added minimal settings back to the track pad and it's working.

Text was deleting in browsers because of the positioning of of icons on the touch-bar. When I was typing in google my index finger would hover over the touch bar at the top deleting text.

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I have had the exact same issue and the cursor jumps mid typing and ALWAYS to the left and usually up two lines (unless only one line of text or in a text box) and throughout multiple applications. Only consistent feature is up and to the left and very frequently. I have kept a log and plan to submit it to Apple for a new unit. Keeping a log made it all the more obvious there is a HUGE issue here. For me it is NOT: trackpad (I have turned all gestures and tap to click off and happens with very focused typing with my palms elevated), NOT the keyboard (sent it in and they replaced it about three months ago - took two attempts they completely froze up my computer the first time), NOT grammarly (I do not have this), and not PRAM (I have reset and done all suggestions here). What good is a computer that I cannot type on? I am constantly interrupted and I type very fast and efficient. I used to have to “find” the cursor (where’s Waldo, right?), but now I know right where to find it: Always up two lines and to the left. I hope they take this serious and give me a new unit. I loaded this up and it cost me $6,000. Am I !#^&@@, YES! Right out of the box, this has been an issue.

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I've turned off everything in the Trackpad. I plugged in my old Mouse and it appears the cursor jumping may have stopped. How do I turn off the trackpad completely?

There are a number of 'answers' for this question - for the macOs, prior to 10.15 (Catalina), over on

https://superuser.com/questions/606338/h...

I've asked for help, on the same issue, for Catalina; no returns yet.

THERE IS currently a huge national law suit against Apple for these problems. Research it. The keyboard is poorly made; they aren't changing it until this year.

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I’ve had the jumping insertion point problem, too. It’s not really the cursor, because the cursor stays were you leave it and the typing insertion point jumps around. I bought a refurbished 12-inch MacBook in April 2019. The problem began a few weeks afterward. I took it to the local Apple Store and the keyboard, top case and battery were replaced. Got it home and the problem recurred. Sent it to the repair station in Texas; got it back. Same. Sent it in a third time; got it back. Same. I tussled with a senior customer service rep and a senior tech support tech and they finally agreed to replace the 12” MacBook with a new one. Guess what? The new one had the jumping insertion point, too. Brand new; nothing on it. So, I call again and the rep said he’ll send me a replacement; this time a MacBook Air, as the 12” MacBook has been discontinued.

So, here I am typing on my brand new MacBook Air and guess what? The insertion point is jumping. So, back to the internet for more reserch and here I am, on this board. Some where in an earliet post, a user found releif by disabling all the track pad jestures, eveything. So, I’m trying that now, as I type this and sure enough, with all the bells and whistles turned off the insertion point follows every character that I type, just as it does on a Mac with a regular keyboard. I do have Touch to Click turned on and the “Click” set to Light. But, so far, excellent.

I sent my Apple Customer Service rep the link to this thread, and a brief note aobut my experience, with gestures turned off. This is not a problem uniqe to me, not in the least. He wants me to talk to engineering and help get this resolved. Clearly, it’s a problem and probably requires a lot of re-engineering to fix. Let’s hope they do it.

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Found the only thing that worked for me was to turn off the single click on the trackpad. Bit of a pain having to double click it now but, touch wood, the cursor hasn’t jumped since.

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There’s currently a national lawsuit against Apple for this problem. Research it.

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I sadly started this thread, and appreciate and commiserate with all your replies. I went to the Apple store before the shutdown, and brought up this thread. The “Genius” told me, if it’s not on an Apple website, we won’t consider this an actual complaint or problem. My Pro Care ends in May 2020, and I’m stuck with this problematic, $2000 MacBook Pro. They did say I could trade it in online, but it takes about 2 months, and or just buy a new one with the new keyboard.

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Thanks for starting the thread. We should take bets on how long it will take for Apple to acknowledge the problem, then on how long it will take them to fix it. Of course, there is no number of days, weeks, months, or years large enough to win either contest, let alone both of them....

So Apple turns into a bureaucracy under Tim Cook the penny puncher. But never mind their failings, if you create a thread on Apple site I am sure a lot of people from here will go and comment on it and make their collective ass burn with our ire fire.

there are those that did get a new computer...same problem. thanks for the update...I fixed it a little bit if emailing. I delete the address line until I am done writing, then add it back in..that way, the keyboard doesn't know where to send. However, the actual typing is still jumping around, changing lines, etc. oh well...thanks.

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I have had macbook pros for some time. I retired my 2012 MacBook Pro when the trackpad quit after having NO PROBLEMS with it for years— and those years included pounds of crumbs and cups of coffee etc. I replaced it with the 2018 high end MacBook Pro version. The cursor problem happened immediately out of the box and ALWAYS happens. I may be typing an email and the cursor will jump back to messages or safari, etc. It seems the touchpad is too sensitive so anything brushing it will set it off. Couldn’t this be a relatively simple software fix? My husband told me it was an issue for people even before I bought it and experienced it, so Apple knows. Disappointing, as I have loved the MacBooks before this…

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I have the same issue right out of the box. I am trying to have it fixed under apple care, but its 2nd round now. At first they changed whole keyboard and touchpad, but problem still remained. Funny thing is, that my apple care expires in a month, and they said, if I bring in the laptop after that with the same issue (which they didn't fix) I would have to pay.

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I had this problem, however it was happening to me when using Safari typing into a text box. Turned out to be the Grammarly premium plugin, I disabled and re-enabled the spell checking and it stopped jumping back.

15” MBP 2018 with Touch Bar.

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Unclicking “tap to click” seems to work for me, too.

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Update: unblocking "tap to click" solved the problem!

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Apple finally admitted they have a problem and supposedly going to fix it for free within 4 years of purchase. Details here: https://apple.news/AhxYSPhwQQ7uKzAovTPhb...

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Still working after I made these changes some time ago.

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I went into system preferences and unticked practically everything in Mouse and Trackpad although I kept mouse “right click” and “natural scroll direction”.

Seems to have worked for me - I never used the trackpad anyway as much prefer mouse.

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Oh... You mean it's happening because I'm using my track pad in lieu of my mouse.

Ok.. I'll try this fix. But seems wrong. I bought THIS Mac for what it has to offer. Isn't it wrong that we have to MacGyver it to get it to do something ..

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The problem of jumping cursor even after the enabling Tap to click is your adapter.

Check whether your home has earthing.

This happens when the adapter can’t regulate the charge

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This has worked!! Clicking Tap to Click is an answer definitely.

You can't just touch the track pad anymore .. You have to specifically tap it but.. pick your poison yanno?

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I found a fix! I pulled out my mouse from a box of old electronics and discovered that when the mouse is plugged in the cursor no longer skips. When I am typing, I always insert the mouse. When I just want to scroll through the news I unplug the mouse. This solution is 100% effective, i.e., empirically validated. It’s a bit of a drag to have to use the mouse to navigate, but much, much less of a drag than having the insertion point skip and then missing it and typing over creative work and losing it. I hope this helps.

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Thanks so much .. you’re right. It’s a bit of a pain but typing over my work was killing me !

I noticed a similar result when I used an external keyboard. Defeats the purpose of a laptop and I'm not carrying a keyboard just to use the track pad. John, I think your fix is more of a work-around. Apple has to make what ever changes to it's software and hardware to make the track pad perform as expected.

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Have had this problem with my old Macbook Air and now with my brand new, straight out of the box Pro. It’s nothing to do with touching or brushing the track pad. I’m a touch typist and was taught to hold my fingers as a piano player would. Has anyone had the keyboard repair mentioned above? And if so, did it work? Don’t want to waste my time taking it back to an apple shop and losing the laptop for a few weeks whilst they fail to repair it. Is it possible this is actually a software issue?

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I am having the same problem with my MacBook Air, just two weeks old. I tried unblocking all of the trackpad commands, but not only did that not work, the commands still operate! And this is after rebooting as well. I was able to find a jury-rigged solution, however. By taping a 3x5 index card over the trackpad, along the top edge of it (there will be some trackpad surface showing at bottom but my palms don’t reach that far) I seem to have mostly anesthetized the sensitivity, and as a bonus, can still use the trackpad features through the card. I still plan to bring the machine into Apple, since it is unacceptable to pay so much money for something with such a basic flaw; and it appears from reading these comments it has been going on for some time.

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From my experience with senior customer relations and senior tech support is that Apple, with typical corporate mentality, has denied the problem. Perhaps is only effects a small percentage of users. I did have a 12-inch MacBook which despite multiple repairs and a replacement still had the cursor (insertion point, actually) jumping issue. My 2019 MacBook Air also has the problem. Perhaps the new 16-inch Macbook will be jump-free. But, I’m not spending an hour at the Apple store test-driving, nor $3,000 to find out.

The best work around I’ve found is to just turn off ALL gestures for the track pad. The only feature I find useful is Tap-to-Click, which must be turned on in TrackPad preferences. Ironically, this is default on some Windows laptops.

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Happening on the 16-inch too. I bear witness. :-(

There is a national lawsut against Apple right now for this problem. Check it out.

It’s a problem with my new 2020 MBP

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Clicking off some or all of the trackpad features may help some, but not me. I took my machine to an Apple store and could not believe they told me the problem is in the way I type! I told them for $1,400 the machine should work for me and not the other way around. From the other fixit comments it’s obvious the problem is not fixable at their end. They did exchange my Air for another one, but it does the same thing. Hate to say it, but I have modified my palm position to keep the cursor steady. I think we will see future laptop keyboards being touch screen; the new touch bar feature on the Pro is the tip of that spear. I also think Apple will eventually do away with these books entirely, and make the pads the only choice for portable computing.

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I had this problem too on my first 13 in Macbook pro 2017 bought in 2018, all of sudden the cursor is on a new line or a whole paragraph is replaced… called, got all the run arounds, you are brushing on the trackpad, take off your jewelry, reinstall everything one by one. Finally they had me send it in and they replaced the keyboard. Happened again right away…more run around. Finally they replaced the whole machine with a 2019 after much problems and as you probably have guessed it is still happening! It is making me crazy! They need to fix this!

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thanks…I know! I didn’t bother to bring it in because most agree, it is a problem with this MacBook Pro, the track pad, in particular…can’t say I have ever hated my computer before, but this one is on the edge. I have finally resolved the email issue..cursor and words not only jumped around, but would send my email out before I was done….so if I am replying to someone, I delete their address until I am ready to send. But still can’t write a meaningful paragraph without it happening..whole sections removed, sentences flying to other areas…so frustrating…I have lost my love for Apple products…every change seems to cheapen their products. I had read that the new CEO, a woman, I believe, has moved into high end products, like the watch, etc. Feel like we were all hooked on getting the very latest products every year or two, went to classes, met with geniuses… etc., and then we all got left at once, with cords that that no longer fit, with cd’s that no longer have a slot, with music that doesn't go through iTunes…or whatever….Class action law suit…take this piece of crap back and give us one that works.

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spresoul, since disabling Track Pad option to “‘Tap to Click” I have not had the problem of jumping cursor.

Wow--I couldn’t have said it better myself! I’ve also started typing emails and texts without an address till done, as my brand new 2020 MBP will delete sections, then just send it off as is! So annoying!!! And “tap to click” was disabled when it shipped to me--done by the factory, but makes no difference.

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Same problem. I had the problem with my midyear 2015 MBP 15”. After 4 years, I traded it in on a 2020 MBP 16”, knowing that the “jumping cursor” problem would have been fixed after all this time. I AM SO DISAPPOINTED. I have been a loyal Apple user since my first Apple //e and LISA computers back in 1983.

Are there any class action lawyers out there reading this???

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It’s exactly the same with my new Macbook Pro. I loved the previous Macbook and it was just perfectly working. I had to give it up due to a graphics error. Now, I am extremely unhappy with the jumping cursor. I have informed Apple via phone twice about this error. They say, I should bring it to an Apple Store. I don’t think, however, that they can fix the problem. Plus, I cannot leave my Macbook somewhere for days or weeks, I am self employed.

My understanding of it is, that the trackpad is just too big and you move the cursor with your handballs, somehow. It especially happens, when I need the numbers or the upper keys, so I guess, my handballs leave the trackpad then, and this moves the cursor. If they could just adjust the software in a way that you have a chance to define the width of the trackpad sensitivity individually, I think this could fix the problem.

The other issue is, that keys (especially s and d) keep sticking and I have to use pressure air quite often. This is not acceptable for a device of this price.

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I got same issue. Wiped out complete Mac and did a clean install of Mojave OS. Worked well for a day now back to same issue. All of sudden it selects complete text and start overwriting or sometimes cursor move to random part of the paragraph. This is driving me mad.

One thing I have noticed. If I open terminal application and type in anything it works perfect.

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Keep it simple. Try turning off almost all of the gestures etc on the track pad options; most of them are not that useful and/or difficult to remember.

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My trackpad was acting that way. I turned off my computer and cleaned my trackpad with a wet wipe very carefully then used a paper towel to wipe away the moisture and lo and behold it worked. Over time the grime and dust from our fingers accumulate on the trackpad that’s my humble conclusion!

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My 2020 MBP has done it since day one--when totally clean.

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What helped: I turned off the trackpad, so the trackpad does not work when there’s a mouse connected with the MBP; it only works without a mouse connected – of course with the jumping cursor «joke». Without the trackpad the error does not appear anymore. But of course you have get used to work without trackpad. Anyway, it’s better than a jumping cursor (or a new MBP may be with the same problem …)

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I’m glad unclicking “tap to click” works for some, but it has no effect for me. I think it’s simply a matter of keeping my palms off of the trackpad; if I touch it while typing, the cursor jumps all over the screen, with various forms of unsettling results. It’s most annoying having to keep my hands lifted up off the computer. Not sure if it’s helping with my carpal tunnel either.

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The problem is that when you are typing, you accidentally tap the trackpad very lightly which is registered as a tap on the mac trackpad.

There is a solution though. You can turn off the tap to click feature in :

System Preferences > Trackpad > Tap to click

but there is a downside, which is obvious, now you have to start clicking in the trackpad instead of being able to just tap which is annoying. Just a note from me, I got used to it pretty quickly.

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It’s a nightmare. Luckily I do most of my work on my home iMac,— the laptop is primarily for uploading and editing photos when I travel, and scheduling clients while in my office. Even then it has driven me crazy. I was at the Apple store yesterday looking at the new and “improved” MacBook Pro, and asked the salesperson about the trackpad issue. He claimed to have never heard of it. Anyhow, I don’t think there will ever be a fix except turning it off altogether and using a mouse, which I don’t intend to do. Will hang onto this one for as long as it lasts unless I weaken and do a trade in. Truth is these MacBooks last ay longer than any PC laptop my husband gets. Shame about the trackpad.

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Under Preferences > Trackpad, “Tap to Click” wasn’t checked but “Secondary Click” was. I unchecked Secondary Click and voila, problem gone. It was so bad that I was considering spending thousands more on a new laptop just to retain my sanity.

Thanks so much for the tip!

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Well, secondary click has been a part of the OS for a long time. I just turned it off as well. Will see if it helps. Secondary click is so vital to a productive workflow - like right-clicking on a Windows machine. This is ridiculous on Apple's part. Apple goes to great lengths to say do NOT use 3rd party parts. But what does Apple do? They build these machines in China - the king of 3rd party crappy parts. Is there a correlation? I hope not.

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Just got the MacBook Pro 16 inch. ordered late Dec. arrived about a week later early Jan. 2020. The jumping cursor issue is happening right out of the box. Ridiculous. it happened a lot for me in Microsoft Outlook when composing an email. Don’t know if there are some “propietary” shortcut/key combonations in Outlook, but yes, but insertion point would jump back a couple rows of text; and/or delete entire sentences. Another odd occurence, is out of the blue, the current Outlook message would disappear (actually becomes a tab at the bottom of Outlook) and a new email would randomly open up. This new MBP is replacing a MBP from late 2014. That was an excellent machine and never exhibited that kind of behavior in the same Outlook application. It also happens when I’m in Word typing documents. I have to “undo” the “changed text” and keep going. A big productivity problem. Turning off “tap to click” did nothing for me. I’ve just now disabled “force click and haptic feedback”. Will report back if that helps or not. Seriously want to know why Apple made the trackpad so large.

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well, I haven’t updated in a long time. My new MacBook Pro, 16-inch, spec’d out; has been back to Apple 2x now. 1st time, they kept it like 5 days at my local Apple Store - didn’t even send off. Ran all their hardware tests. Said nothing was wrong. But as soon as I got it home, same thing!! Took back to my local store a 2nd time. I was a little ticked I had just spend $3500 for a machine with these problems. They kept it and sent back to Apple - or whoever they contract with. The replaced the whole top part of the laptop - new keyboard; trackpad; battery. I got it home on a Friday. Immediately, the same problems!!! Cursor jumps a lot. Jumps backward. Deletes sentences. Jumps mid-word … half of the word ends back up a few sentences. Happens in MSWord; Outlook; iMessage; Notes; ANYwhere there is text to be entered. JUST HAPPENED white le typing this response!! And sometimes, does some weird things.. like while typing, it will close an email window and open another one. Or close a textbox. Even on a webpage, typing in forms, doesn’t matter… Just did it again as I type. Happens over and over throughout the day. OH, by the way, when I got my laptop back (on a Friday), that is when APPLE closed down ALL their stores in the US because of the pandemic. And they are still not open. I use FCPX, other apps everyday. Oops. did it again. Just took out my previous two sentences. I just have to either “un-do” (control-Z) or just retype. So frustrating. And I have disable every trackpad gesture. Doesn’t matter. I hope they will replace my laptop. Will call again this week. They have all my case #’s. I will keep you posted. I am beginning to think I will sell this machine… and get a nice Windows machine. ((( I really rely on FCPX. Don’t want to have to switch over to Premiere and start a brand new work-flow. Apple Customer Support has gotten very, very poor in the past couple of years. The Apple Store folks are fine. It’s their 3rd party repair centers that are crap!! Sorry about the rant, but as a side-note… I have some Beats Pro wireless earbuds too. Have had tremendous problems with them as well. After a couple months, just died. Yep, sent back to Apple - they said they were fine. Send back a 2nd time and they said it was my fault and they could repair for $99. And it was under warranty!! Another example of poor Apple Customer Service.

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As stated elsewhere in this thread, disabling ALL gestures is one solution. It has worked for me. I typed on the new 16" MBP at the Apple Store and experienced the insertion point jumping problem. I asked a rep about it, who said turn off gestures. Apple knows about the problem. Apparently it's either so random and effects such a small percentage of users that it's impracticable to repair, or they don't care. I find it hard to be an Apple user these days, but the alternatives are unappealing.

@Jim Kahnweiler As I was typing a response, sadly, it did it again... deleted like 2 or 3 sentences. I am taking to an Apple Store in a couple days. Will see what they say. I have disabled all gestures but has not made a difference.

@Jim Kahnweiler yes, I am beginning to really not trust Apple products. And that is sad. Been an user and Apple cheerleader (education, my community) since the early 1980's. Oops... cursor just jumped again. (((((

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They replaced my keyboard/trackpad a month after I bought mine in 2017. Last year at flagship when I took it back they told me to sell it since it has pro coverage and buy a new one, which would solve the problem. Um…

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Has anyone used the new MacBook Pro 16 to see if it has the same issue?

Whoops— just read the above. Depressing they haven’t fixed the new model.

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I have the same problem. I’ve returned mine twice for service. They replaced the top cover around the keyboard once, but it did no good. After the second time, they said nothing was wrong with it. I’ve followed some of the recommendations from others and nothing works. I do hope this suit is true and from it, we get some compensation for our computers with this problem.

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I was having this issue as well. I already had confirmed “Tap to Click” was unchecked but was still having the cursor move with some (but not-all!) non-click tapping on the trackpad. I then changed the “Click” sensitivity from Medium to Firm. (The slider just below “Tap to Click” in the Point & Click settings.) That seems to have resolved the issue for me. No non-click tapping moves the cursor at all anymore.

Hope this helps!!

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That improved it somewhat for me, but didn't solve it. :(

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Disabling Track Pad option to “‘Tap to Click” seems to have fixed my problem.

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I posted here previously thatI was having the same problem on an iMac. Finally bought a new non-apple keyboard. Problem is gone without a trace. In my case, it was definitely a hardware fault.

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I have the same problem. From the start when I bought this MacBookPro two years ago. I thought it was my slow typing. Happy to hear that this is a production error. Hope that soon this lockdown will be over. In the meantime, I would like to be kept posted on solutions.

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I tape a piece of paper over the trackpad and the area to the side of it. Can still use the trackpad and no more jumoy cursor!

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I gave up, bought myself an apple wireless keyboard, got out the Magic Mouse, and put the MacBook on a stand. Problem solved. Pain in the neck.

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Crazy that anyone should have to do that for a $1500 laptop! If Apple doesn’t straighten this out, they’re going to lose some customers. I’m close to returning my brand new Pro

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