In ExtraBITS this week, users are reporting keyboard problems with the 2016 MacBook Pro models, and Apple has announced the name and opening date for its new campus.
 -- Some owners of the 2016 MacBook Pro are reporting problems with the laptop’s built-in keyboard. Issues include non-functional keys, keys double-entering characters, a high-pitched clicking when pressing keys, and keys with a non-uniform feel. Most of the complaints have focused on the 15-inch Touch Bar model of the MacBook Pro, but a few have been made about the 13-inch models as well. Apple is reportedly fixing or replacing affected units.
 -- Apple’s new “spaceship” campus now has a name — Apple Park — and employees will begin relocating in April, a process that will take over six months. Construction of other buildings and parklands around the campus will continue throughout the summer. The 1000-seat theater at Apple Park will be named the Steve Jobs Theater, after Apple’s late CEO.