Apple has planned to add a slim OLED strip of touch-sensitive controls to future MacBooks. Now sources claim that they can get a killer keyboard upgrade as well.
What kind of upgrade do you ask? According to both 9to5Mac and TrustedReviews, Apple is toying with the idea of replacing all the boring old static plastic keys with a full spread of small E Ink monitors. And it's about more than just allowing Apple to source a keyboard for every MacBook no matter which country it's going to be sold in.
Yes, it's nice that such a keyboard will allow Canadians to quickly switch back and forth between full English and French layout ̵
As soon as you open an app – say Final Cut Pro or Photoshop – MacBook can turn the keyboard into making common commands more accessible. Need to beat a boat length with numbers in an Excel sheet? No problem, just click on a software switch and pick up a numeric keypad. It's already a company that creates keyboards like this. No, not Art. Lebedev The Optimus keyboards are very cool and all but they are a bit too expensive even for the $ 2499 MacBook Pro. It's actually Sonder Designs, and a company spokesman has acknowledged that they have actually held discussions with Apple. It's Sonder's desktop keyboard there and it's pre-order at $ 199. Remove the healthy retail store and factor in the huge amount Apple will order if they go this way and it's probably not a awful Great cost to work in a newer MacBook Pro.