Apple hasn’t had an easy experience when it comes to MacBook keyboards. Though 2015’s notorious Butterfly system was very skinny, it was vulnerable to several faults, including caught keys. This 12 months observed it last but not least changed by a much more sturdy Magic Keyboard in both the MacBook Air and MacBook Professional, but now it appears to be like like a much more radical keyboard style and design could be on its way.
A new patent software (below) spotted by Patently Apple reveals a retractable keyboard layout, which could see the total keyboard sink into the entire body of the laptop when it’s closed, and return to place when opened – all thanks to magnets. This could enable Apple to develop a a lot thinner machine, which sounds like a winner for digital artists on the move (verify out ideal laptops for graphic design if that is you).
Apple’s patent software depicts the retractable keyboard in action (Picture credit rating: Patently Apple)
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