The new patent gives an idea of the future without a hinge.
Apple’s copyright cover is often an exciting resume in unexpected and pleasing ways on the company’s sleeve – whether they see the light of day or not. His recent innovation, small computer design, could be the most cutting edge concise, a traditional change we’re all used to. At least showup.
As big fans of the MacBook (there are two of them on our top computers for a list of image formats), we’re always impressed to see what the future holds for this machine. Yesterday’s copyright describes a “one-piece body with a seamless shape, and that includes a rolling area” – a scrollable area that usually finds a hinge between the keyboard and the removed shape. You can see the structure in all its glory (concept) below.
We don’t have a seam, a “one-piece” MacBook will look good next to white on our favorite coffee (thinking it reopens when the MacBook can be snagged), but we can’t help but wonder which job can be used more than good looks. If it provides additional flexibility, we’ll probably find some angles to look out of. Maybe it will be more durable than a traditional hinge. We would not put this outside the scope of Apple to comply with the Ministry for beauty reasons. It’s not that we love intelligence – after all, we do website design.
Other recent copyright files indicate that Apple is putting good ideas into the power of its devices. In February of this year, we saw how an iPhone could be folded (we don’t blame Apple – who can forget the humiliation of Samsung’s broken Galaxy Fold?) But, as with all copyrights, it all tells us that Apple is exploring the idea, not doing it – nowadays with a twisted MacBook, time will still appear. Until then, we will only have a relationship with the good old loops. That said, with the power of a horse filled in the recent MacBook Pro (released just this week), we’re not going to say that anyone is losing.