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Mar 26, 2021

Big Tech Update

Apple is working on this crazy new MacBook Pro feature

According to a leaked patent, Apple is working on a crazy new feature for the MacBook Pro. 

The patent details Apple’s plans to use a retractable keyboard to help make the MacBook Pro thinner and lighter. The new technology wouldn’t compromise the current tactile key feel.  

Apple will use a magnetic keyboard that will hold keys in place when they are not in use. When the MacBook is open, the keys are designed to pop out for normal function and feel. As the MacBook is closed, the keys retract in order to take up less space. 

The patent proves that Apple has this radical new keyboard in the works, or is at least in the planning stages of development. So when can you expect it to be available on a MacBook? Is there any chance that Apple could sneak it in on the upcoming MackBook Pro 2021?

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