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Here’s the Apple MacBook of the future, and it’s incredible

You’ve probably heard the rumours that Apple’s new MacBook Pro will feature an OLED touch panel. Now you can see what that might actually look like.

Dutch designer Martin Hajek – who recently debuted some compelling iPhone 7 renders – has created new concept designs for Apple’s next-generation MacBook Pro. The concept MacBook features the mooted OLED touch panel and a slimmer chassis, as rumoured. But remember – these aren’t the real deal, but concepts based on leaks.

Still, if the next MacBook looks anything like this, we’ll be first in the queue come launch:

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Apple is expected to debut a new version of its MacBook Pro during next week’s WWDC keynote on June 13. It’s likely that the company will bring its MBP range in line with the new notebook aesthetic first showcased by Apple with last year’s 12-inch MacBook. We’re also expecting to see a new version of Mac OS X, tipped to be rebranded as macOS.

It’s not clear when the new MacBook Pro will launch – or even if it exists – but we’d expect to see it land on store shelves well before Christmas 2016.

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What would you like to see from a new MacBook Pro? Let us know in the comments.

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