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Thursday, 26 October 2017

What if the Mac and iPad had the design of the iPhone X?



Few are left to know that the iPhone X will start booking this week , its dazzling borderless design made of stainless steel and glass can be ours before we know it (whenever we can afford it). But if there is something that really stands out in this device is the lack of borders, infinite screens are quite attractive in any type of smartphones, but will be in any other device?

The practicality of living without borders

It's not far-fetched to think about how a computer or a tablet without borders, would be nice and elegant or a tremendous failure in design? CURVED / labs takes us away from doubts by creating several apple company devices literally borderless . It should be noted that a display of these features on an iPad seems quite inconvenient to use.

Anyway, it is undeniable that the design of such a tablet would be dazzling, more than 95% screen on a rather large flat surface, not to mention the reduction in size that could be achieved while maintaining the 10.5 inches . It may seem like the least comfortable device in the world, but that's because it still does not exist and we have not had a chance to try it.

Devices without borders, another world apart



KGI ensures that future generations of iPad Pro will come without borders (something quite questionable), but how would a MacBook or iMac without any borders? There is one word that would describe it perfectly: impressive. Year after year, the frames of laptops are getting more and more thin and it is not at all crazy to think that someday they can end without these.

Be that as it may, the trend of screens that occupy more and more percentage of surface is not at all something bad: less edges, more screen. In addition, the futuristic aspect that the devices acquire with this type of configuration is impressive and by very little ergonomic that may appear certain devices with screens well, surely only need to prove it and get used to it.

Source | 9to5mac.com

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