Oct 21, 2016 07:38 AM EDT
Apple Rumors: MacBook Pro Magic Keyboards Debut 2018; iPhone 8 to Get Super-Camera, No Bezel; More about October Event! [VIDEO]
Apple 'Hello Again' event draws near and the rumors about magic keyboards on MacBook Pro 2016 may not be all true.
Apple rumor: iPhone 8 incredible camera and a phone without bezel?
Nothing speaks louder than a granted patent. Apple gets green light to embed light sensors on a display of a device, according to Apple Insider. This means that there would be a major design tweak, a hidden bezel, for the upcoming iPhone 8 - creating a full-screen display.
Another report suggests that alongside the full-screen display, there will also be an OLED technology for the phone. In addition to that, another patent indicates a super-quality camera with multi-sensor and extremely high-resolution. It makes sense that Apple would improve the optics department given what the iPhone 7 has achieved.
Apple rumor: MacBook Pro magic keyboards will not arrive until 2018?
Ever since the Sonder's magic keyboards leaks have been circulating through the web, tech crowds have assumed that the upcoming MacBook Pro could sport the e-ink keyboards. However, Apple will not release it until 2018. According to ArsTechnica, the assortment will be shipped in 2018 along with the MacBook Pro update.
The dynamic keyboard module appears for the first time when a Tsinghua University student claimed to see the test-model at Foxconn event. The magic lies on how it can swap characters, change to different languages and more.
It seems that from here, the public knows what Apple's major goal in the future - that is, to bring the flexibility of the software into the table.
Apple rumor: MacBook Pro 2016 specs and release date
Apple has sent out invites with one tagline "hello again" to a press event on Oct. 27 in its Cupertino campus. It is expected to unveil the MacBook Pro 2016, with its OLED strip and thinner design plus other Macs updates. Check out more details on specs, the bad news and the good news of MacBook Pro 2016 at Oct. 27 event here.