Next-Gen MacBook Pro Concept Shows Model In Rose Gold, Running macOS

It was expected Apple would unveil new 13 and 15-inch MacBook Pros at its media event last month, instead preffering to give the 9.7-inch iPad Pro and the 4-inch iPhone SE the limelight, the company did not mentioned about the launch of 13/15-inch MacBook Pro. What’s still admirable is that Apple’s most powerful notebook computers receive a considerable refresh before August rolls around, though, and neverthelessly, a designer called Martin Hajek has been working on some concepts that might look like based on current rumors has been surfaced.

Those familiar with the Hajek’s work in the past shown a lot, and this time around, the designer has taken the existing MacBook Pros and recreated some of the design aethetics of the current 12-inch MacBook, which utterly makes for quite a striking combination indeed. How best? Check it out below!

However, the concepts look stunning. Featuring smaller bezels and thinner bodies overall, if there’s any truth to talk about the MacBook Air going away and being replaced by ever thinner and lighter MacBook Pros upcoming, these concept images really give us a fair idea on what might be possible. Certainly, a little consideration has gone beyond whether these things are actually feasable from a technological standpoint, but this is Apple. Will find a better way to make it possible from the scratch.

The designer’s concept isn’t all hardware either. Featuring screenshots showing off a theoretical macOS, the whole sextet of concept hardware paired with software that doesn’t exist makes these MacBook Pros look even more futuristic, and the hardware, at least, may just be a few short months away.

Although Apple’s MacBook line of notebooks now very much showing the way when it comes to shrinking, it stands to reason that the company would take some of its learnings when designing that hardware and use them in a MacBook Pro at some point. Like what the early MacBook Air’s design cues to some of Apple’s other notobooks brought similar cross-pollination of design, for example.

The 15-inch MacBook Pro concept beside the existing 12-inch MacBook
Expect to see new MacBook Pros in the coming months, and talking about the Hajeck’s concepts are very near accurate, they’re going to be looker. A recent report also claims that Apple might unveil ultra-thin 13 and 15-inch MacBook models by June or July. Still there’s much to look forward to for the Mac user.

(Source: Martin Hajek)

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