Concept: Here’s what the new MacBook Pro could look like if even the wildest rumors pan out

There are lots of wild rumors floating around the internet ahead of Apple’s big Mac-focused on Monday. New leaks have appeared that say the MacBook Pro is going to get a notch and an edge to edge display. There’s also much debate about the color options Apple is going to offer. We wanted to see what the new MacBook Pro might look like with all of the rumors combined.

Let’s start with color options. Apple has offered the MacBook Pro in silver and space gray since 2016. They’ve offered the MacBook and MacBook Air in gold color options as well. This year Apple has taken a different approach to their classic dual color scheme of silver and space gray. They’re offering new devices like iPhone 13 and Apple Watch Series 7 in starlight and midnight colors. Pro devices like iPhone 13 Pro and iPad Pro continue to be offered in more neutral colors like silver and graphite.

So what will Apple do with the new MacBook Pros? They’ll surely want them to look as new as possible. So it’s not out of the question that the new MacBook Pros will come in starlight and midnight. Lots of users have been asking for matte black MacBook Pros and midnight would come pretty close to that.

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The notch at the top of the display is something that is sure to be controversial if the rumor pans out. Leaked schematics show off an unusually shaped notch that doesn’t appear to house Face ID. It looks like Apple could be planning a notch to hold a much better camera. If that’s the case, we hope that Apple includes new features like Center Stage and incorporates a sensor that’s significantly larger than the current models.
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Adding the notch also allows them to push the display right to edge on all sides. There’s got to be a camera somewhere and a notch becomes the only logical choice aside from thicker uniform bezels. The displays are far too thin to put the camera behind the display yet, not to mention that the technology just isn’t there yet.

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