Apple is somewhat discreet about the new models that will be released, but still, some estimates and patents and plans are a bit out of the way. According to a new patent image about the new Apple Macbook Pro , the company has plans for new MacBook Pro models. The newly developed system for the trackpad and keyboard on MacBook Pros can actually happen within Apple’s plans for MacBook Pro.
If you remember, an interesting MacBook Pro concept appeared in 2017, and a fully touch keyboard was very exciting. Apple will probably be impressed by this concept, with a new patent, the MacBook Pro’s trackpad can gain some touch-sensitive features. Apple can also add screens to the keyboard of MacBook Pro.
We don’t know what the future MacBook Pro will look like, but with this patent, future MacBook Pros seem to be adding new shortcuts or auto-fix options. The touch screens to be added may show the Touch Bar feature just like new models, but in a slightly more advanced way.
Although Tim Cook has repeatedly said that Apple won’t make a touchscreen MacBook, however, the patent shows that different features can be added to new models. The system does not make the entire normal keyboard touchscreen, but instead adds it to the space key or trackpad.
This patent may have been obtained in order to increase the writing efficiency for users using desktop or laptop computers. Because an improved keyboard design is required to increase the user experience.
With the new system, auto correction and autocomplete can be viewed thanks to these new screens. The system divides the trackpad and keyboard for the touch screen into the auxiliary screens, thus allowing the user to access the shortcuts.
Just like the shortcuts found in the Windows operating system, Apple can show C, V and X key combinations on the screens to be added for “copy, paste and cut”, as well as autocorrect or autocomplete.
However, there is an interesting detail here. In the patent drawing that shows this, the user holds down the Control key instead of the Command key. This is enough to get excited by Apple’s new plans for MacBook Pro.