Macbook pros have long been in discussions about getting major updates in the term of software improvements and in terms of hardware improvements. But from all the rumours something that we feel is important for you to know is the fact that the next MacBook Pro will be getting a major keyboard makeover. This feature that we are now looking forward to will have a new addition to the keyboard that is not a new key to make things easier, but and oled touch screen on top of the keyboard that would make typing easier than usual.
This concept seems nice and quiet lucrative but it does not really make sense to many as yet because this is something that will come up only with the next MacBook Pro. There is definitely some truth to this Since it comes from the famous KGI securities analyst Ming Chi Kuo.
Kuo’swords can easily be trusted since he has been known to make the best predictions about Apple devices so far. According to him the new MacBook Pro should come with a design that will not just be things but will also be quiet light. It has also been said that the keyboards will be covered with an oled display touch bar that would be just above the keyboard. This cream would generally be present on the bottom corner of the screen or on an Empty slot of the keyboard where it could easily be installed. The screen would also be placed right above the keyboard so the F1 and F2 button will have to accommodate this little.
It has been said that the oled screen that will be added to this device will be so touch-sensitive that you can easily use it with any device. Support functions like touch id or USB driver thunderbolt. Various rumours has come by about this device with some interesting development soon. Some of the rumours said that the keyboard would be replaced by a giant touch pad while on the other it was safe to have included advanced trackpad and a keyboard with better controls. Of course the part of this is true because Apple has file a patent for a force sensitive input structure for an electronic device.
Much of the Macbook Pro is still a mystery but we expect to see more information quite soon.
After The Demise Of Its Smartphone Section, Microsoft Aims At Making Internet Access More Affordable:
Microsoft has joined in with Google and Facebook in providing Internet access to developing countries. Various steps have already been taken by Google and buy FB in order to provide better Internet access to these parts of the world where the user base may be greatest. Facebook faced little bit of a problem with the free basics plan because of which it could not really proceed and Google is still working hard to provide people with good Internet connection through Google fibre but development has happened in all sections and Microsoft decision of joining hands with Google and Facebook to promote Internet access in developing countries will definitely give good results.
The name of the program under which Microsoft plans to do this is known as the affordable access initiative. About 12 countries have been provided special grant by the company in order to develop and the special research on the challenges that might be faced in order to provide Internet access to these places from around the globe. It has been a proven fact that the kind of accessibility in the developing countries is way less but he uses in those areas are not smarter with the Internet than some people of the developing countries are.Those countries that have been benefited by these grams are Argentina, Botswana, India, Indonesia, Malawi, Nigeria, Philippines, Rwanda, Uganda, UK and USA. Although some of these countries do not fall under developing countries already much developed, it has still been added to the list so that every country is on the same page in terms of development.
It is only now time to see which fundamental in terms of providing Internet access to different parts of the globe will succeed. Will it be Facebook phones or Google hot air balloons that will do the job or will it be a simple method of providing Internet two different parts of the world through their telekom careers, we are still to know. But what we do know is the world is slowly edging step by step towards a generation where is everyone will be over dependent on machines and the Internet to do the jobs for them.