As it became known, Apple could replace in future the usual keys on the MacBook keys with displays E Ink.
Using dynamic keyboard user will be much easier to optimize the input device technology for themselves and the program used to them. To implement his plan, Tim Cook met with the Australian startup Sonder Keyboard, are developing the same name of the keyboard in which the keys are embedded in the e-ink screens. All buttons are equipped with E Ink display and backlight. Each key can be assigned to any functions, and automatically change the layout depending on the current app.