Earlier this month, Apple received a patent for a MacBook device with a built-in Apple Pencil. Whether it will be released or not is not yet clear, but designer Sarang Sheth and Letsgodigital have rendered this idea and showed renders of the device.
By the way, there are no Apple Pencil-enabled models in the MacBook range yet, so we hope that will change soon. The renders show a seemingly ordinary laptop, which, however, is equipped with a touch screen and a special compartment for the stylus.
To do this, we reduced and moved the Touch Bar to the right. And the stylus itself is “parked” with magnets. At the same time, he will be able to interact with both the display and the Touch Bar.
Letsgodigital believes that the Apple Pencil will be multifunctional and with the help of special buttons it will be able to adjust the screen brightness, media volume or, for example, the size of the brush.