The company's latest registered patent shows a new Touch Bar that is sensitive to touch pressure.
The three Apple devices are powered by the company's in-house Apple Silicon chipset called M1.
Apple MacBook launch event 2020 highlights: The new 13-inch MacBook Pro, new MacBook Air, and Mac Mini will be available for orders in the US today
Apple first announced about the new ARM-based laptops at the Worldwide Developers Conference 2020 in June.
Apple announces an event for 10 November; expected to launch Macs with In-house Apple silicon chipset
The first Mac chipset by Apple is likely to be based on the A14 chip that comes in the latest iPhone 12 lineup and iPad Air.
Apple patents new virtual speakers that will let you hear where people are physically located in a room
Apple had also filed a similar patent in November where this tech was being used in headphones.
The new scissor design is expected to enhance the typing experience by offering longer key travel and durability.
In other Mac-related news, it appears that Face ID could be coming to the Mac.
It is expected that the refresh versions of other MacBook models in 2020 will get the scissor keyboard.
The new MacBook Pros replace the older, Touch Bar-less models and students get around Rs 7,000 off.
The scissor-switch keyboard will apparently offer durability and longer key travel.
Is Apple really planning to refresh the MacBook Air, and if so, what changes are on the cards?
While the leaked benchmark scores are indeed disappointing, they're not painting the whole picture.
Only outright revolt elicits a response from the increasingly reticent keepers of Apple's garden.
According to Android Police, the Bison Chromebook was intended as a direct competitor to the Microsoft's Surface Pro series and the Apple Macbook.
WWDC 2017: Apple's laptop range may get hardware upgrades to keep up with Microsoft's Surface laptops
The 9 year-old Apple MacBook Air has received minor design changes over the years and has been criticized for offering too little in comparison to its Windows-powered counterparts.
Apple doesn’t want people to have the “right to repair”, will use scare tactics to fight legislation: Report
Apple, AT&T and others will present arguments against the right to repair, including the fact that batteries can burn and that glass can cut your hands.
The news may sound a bit surprising, especially when you consider that the new Apple MacBook Pro models come with a lot less and are priced a lot more than the previous models.
Since the new Intel Kaby Lake processors are official, this year could see Apple updating the MacBooks with the new chipset along with an option for 32GB of RAM on the 15-inch model.
Apple was planning to cram in higher-capacity batteries that were shaped to precisely fit to the inside the chassis of the new notebook.
Apple’s new MacBook has earned more than its fair share of complaints since its launch. Battery life is now another complaint that you can add to that list.