MacBook may opt for a ‘Magic Toolbar’ instead of Function Keys

By : |October 21, 2016 0

In a week’s time from now, Apple is holding an event at its Cupertino base where it’s expected to unveil a revamped Mac. Well, the biggest change is reportedly to be with the MacBook Pro, where an Oled panel with integrated Touch ID is tipped to replace the function keys seen on the top row of your keyboard.

According to The Trademark Ninja, the phrase ‘Magic Toolbar’ has been trademarked recently, by a Delaware-based company Presto Apps America LLC that was apparently formed just two weeks before the trademark application was filed.

CIOL MacBook may opt for a 'Magic Toolbar' instead of Function Keys

Well, the same company has now applied for a trademark globally and is paying a hefty fee of EUR 16,000 for it.

Interestingly, the lawyer used to file applications in Canada, India, and Malaysia is said to be the same lawyer that Apple used while trademarking AirPods.

That makes it quite obvious for Trademark Ninja to speculate that the Presto Apps America LLC is actually a dummy company formed by Apple to keep the trademarking a private affair. Apple already holds the trademark for Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse, Magic Slate, and Magic Trackpad, and a ‘Magic Toolbar’ to be used in the upcoming MacBook Pro would perfectly dovetail with the series.

Well, we can just wait for another week to get all facts right.

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