Concept creator Viktor Kádár has shared a set of stunning new Face ID-equipped OLED MacBook Pro visualizations, imagining a 14-inch MacBook Pro featuring a bezel-less screen, a rounded slimmer unibody design, and much more.
As seen on Behance, Viktor Kádár’s concepts not only show how Apple could design the rumored new 2019 MacBook Pro, but also how Apple could market the device with renders of a new webpage on Apple.com and a promotional launch video.
Unlike some other MacBook Pro concepts online, Kádár’s visualizations don’t include an obtrusive True Depth Camera System “Notch” on the top of the display, with the designer imagining Apple taking a similar approach to the one taken with the 2018 iPad Pro by adding the camera system in the bezel of the machine.
Late on Sunday leading analyst Ming-Chi Kuo shared within a research note distributed to investors that he believes Apple will release an upgraded MacBook Pro in 2019, featuring a new display between a 16-inch to 16.5-inch size.
Kádár goes on to imagine some of the features which could arrive with the new machine, including an OLED 120Hz display, a Taptic Engine under the Touch Bar and an Apple designed CPU. All the MacBook Pro concept images can be found here.