Designers love it when they get free government to play with product design and show what the world just what they think could be possible with popular products. And that's exactly what Viktor Kadar has done with his MacBook Pro concept design that shows how a new MacBook Pro can look.
When we see concept design of this type, it is always worth remembering that it has been an opportunity for designers and conceptual artists to show off their skills and have creative licenses in terms of product type and finish they imagine.
It is very rare for a finished product from The actual manufacturer to resemble everything as a series of concept designs and do what is swaying around society, but it is also an excellent opportunity to see people's imagination being poured on the side. And Kadar clearly has a beautiful imagination.
In this case, the designer has thrown together a 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro lineup that both offer what appears to be an almost framed design that includes a stunning OLED panel. It's pretty obvious that the inspiration is taken from Apple's new iPad models, as well as the company's iPhone X hardware, because the MacBook Pros also have stunningly rounded corners that seamlessly bleed into the computer frame. Of course, a new imagined MacBook Pro would not be complete without porting Apple's Face ID system to the iPhone and iPad.
When it comes to Face ID, Kadar thinks a great system would be one with an almost invisible camera system that is fully integrated into the OLED panel and is completely out of sight as far as the user is concerned. If this were possible, it would obviously be a magic system that would promote an exceptional user experience, but we must bring reality to the game here and find out that we are away from the type of integration possible in a MacBook. 
This particular concept also depicts a brand new keyboard design that hopefully would be more efficient and robust than Apple's Butterfly mechanism. A number of well-positioned analysts have suggested that a MacBook Pro update is coming soon, but we feel this concept may be a bit too futuristic for that change. A great job anyway and definitely an exciting concept to look at.
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