Every year, Apple releases their next-gen MacBooks and continues to impress the fans and the users year after year. While there are many different innovations – the company has one thing which has been a constant: every year, Apple cuts off some bulk off the MacBook! Remember how bulky they used to be up until some 5 years ago? We’ve come a long way. It turns out that Apple is planning to go even further with this – with MacBook 2020 being the thinnest so far!
MacBook Air 2020 – so thin and light it doesn’t exist. We literally send you a box of air.
At the end of the day, you’ll buy it because you’re confused and we’ll make money. https://t.co/ANPZRqhkyS
— Noah Evans (@ThisIsNoahEvans) October 22, 2019
Patents Reveal More Details About the New MacBook
This new MacBook is still under development and pretty much everything that we know about this new MacBook comes from these patents. It indicates that the upcoming MacBook will be thinner than ever before and it also reveals how the company will be chopping off the bulk.
Reportedly, Apple will be reducing the size of the keys to make the MacBook 2020 thinner. The keys will be smaller as well as thinner, allowing Apple to reduce the size of the MacBook even more! This is almost an unneeded change as MacBooks anyway are among the thinnest laptops available!
Years and years ago when the macbook air came out I joked it was so thin it could fit in the slit of your butt.
So I’d like to announce that until I’m ready to drop 2-3k on building a new beast rig that can handle my 3D programs the way I want. I purchased a macbook ass crack.
— MlRANDA (@Mirpandaa) October 20, 2019
There’s One Big Problem with MacBook 2020
This upcoming MacBook will be making all components a little smaller, particularly the keys, to ensure that the device is slimmer and thinner than ever before. This can actually be counterproductive for Apple as it can make the components a little less durable and more susceptible to physical damage! Users would need to be more careful while working on the MacBook 2020!