Both the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros top the match. Since we do not have a climax on the Mac, there are some questions about how the Magos handles the climax and, more specifically, how the mouse pointer works.


After the announcement of the new MacBook Pro, the question of how the mouse pointer has been peaking across Twitter and Reddit in the last 24 hours. An animation Published in Reddit Depicted two main possibilities, in which a mouse pointer travels behind the peak invisible to the user. The other option is to travel around with the mouse pointer.

The new MacBook Pros will start coming next week, but fortunately, we don’t have to wait long to get the answer. Linda Tong, An Apple designer, has Confirmed on Twitter The MacOS pointer travels behind the notch, allowing users to hide the mouse pointer from view.

This behavior is handy, basically turning the notch into a mouse pointer hideout. For example, it can come in handy when users want to easily hide the mouse pointer while watching a video.

Apple is taking action to cause maximum irritation to most customers in everyday use. When MacOS apps are in fullscreen mode, Apple adds an artificial black bar to the top of the display. However, it may allow developers to allow their applications to take full advantage of full-screen real estate. Learn more about our 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros Extensive circuit.

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