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These new MacBook Pro concept renders are gorgeous

Apple is renowned for its slick design, so we’re all keen to see what’s next from the fruity tech giant.

A digital artist has designed concept renders for the rumoured 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro redesigns.

Martin Hajek has based his work on speculation that Apple will soon bring the design of its top-end notebooks in line with last year’s 12-inch MacBook.

That means slim, sleek, and shipping in multiple colour variants, rather than the bulky, silver chassis of yore.

Our only niggle is that the keyboard hasn’t been scaled to the edges of the device like the 2015 MacBook, although Hajek has still borrowed the flat keys from the 12-inch laptop.

Check them out (note: macOS renders by Andrew Ambrosino):

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Related: 12-inch MacBook vs MacBook Air

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Apple is expected to unveil its slimmed-down MacBook Pro models within the next few months, possibly at its Worldwide Developer Conference.

However, Apple has yet to confirm any such revamp is in the works, so stay tuned.

Would you buy a MacBook Pro if it looked like Hajek’s concepts? Let us know in the comments.

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