Most likely Apple will bring up the MacBook design notch (notch) characteristic of the iPhone line since 2017.
Business Insider reported, most likely Apple will bring up MacBook notch design – characteristic of the iPhone series since the iPhone X launched in 2017.
According to findings from Apple Insider and Patently Apple, a recently released patent document describes in detail how Apple carries Face ID on MacBooks.
“This application evolved from a biometric authentication method for laptops, including sensors that are able to emit light for the user and then detect the pattern of reflected light to verify identity. their properties, ”describes the patent.
This description is said to be quite similar to the Face ID feature on iPhone and iPad when it also works by taking infrared photos of the user’s face.
In addition, Apple’s patent filings also show that “defective apples” are considering taking an iPhone-like approach to bringing Face ID to the MacBook. According to the images on both sides of the laptop, it seems that Apple will perform a notch on the front screen.
The term “rabbit ears” (or “notch”In English) appeared since 2016 and was gradually accepted by the media as well as smartphone users. This is a word used to design a screen that has a section, usually in the middle.
When the iPhone X came out in 2017, its notch was called a “faulty design”, but after a few months, a series of mobile carriers released similarly designed smartphones.
However, for a long time, the notch is considered a “thorn in the eyes” of many Apple fans. While Android smartphones have changed the design to a completely perforated screen or full screen with a selfie camera hidden inside, the iPhone has remained the front-facing design since 2017.