Following last-minute rumors that Apple’s upcoming new MacBook Pro models may feature a notch at the top of the display, much online debate has included that such a sign will occupy the active screen area, possibly through the macOS menu ۾ Cao. Bar.
However, it is worth noting that Apple has taken the Mac as a way to add a token to a MacBook Pro display that will avoid entering the main screen area, and the mark will appear unlike a blackboard. This will allow for the display of additional information when possible. The user who also frees the menu bar space menu 16:10 in the display.
For example, an Apple patent was filed in the US Patent Office in 2019, titled “Electronic Device Display with Extended Active Area,” which describes, in different formats, a laptop computer with a main rectangular screen and The “h-z” regions are between the screen and the inactive border, in which the “first” rectangle and the rectangular L-region are on opposite sides of the camera.
Specifically, the laptops’ first and rect displays a rectangular extended L region icons on a black background, while the main rectangle area shows a rectangular image.
“The first and second UV extension can be the camera on opposite sides or the electrical component of an electrical component in the upper part or inactive part of the island shape. The other display will appear as a liner.
It can implement system status information in a black bar over the macOS menu bar, but it certainly requires significant ment setting as the menu bar is running in the latest release of macOS Monterey on these new Mac models, And there it is. No evidence has been found yet.
The rumor rumor, while seemingly sketchy, has gained some traction since Friday, initially due to a discovery. MacRumors The screen recorders feature will be available in 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models.
cmacOS Monterey Beta ۾, MacRumors Exposed display recordings of 3024×1964 and 3456×2234 for exposed 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models were exposed. When the pixels are not reduced to 74 pixels in height, the resulting 3024×1890 and 3456×2160 resolutions work for a ratio of 16:10. Apple’s current MacBooks currently feature a 16:10 aspect ratio, so speculation has been made that an additional 74 pixels can be made for a single mark.
The possibility that Friday’s rumors may have been material to them has been attributed to the MacBook with an iconic picture of the MacBook Pro screen with a sign that was originally shared by a Weibo account.
Apple is hosting a virtual event at 10am Pacific Time on Monday morning, with rumors widely suggesting that the event-focused Year will be on the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models with the faster version of the M1 chip. , Bright Mini LED Displays, MagSafe, and Extra Touch.