Before the first pre-orders for the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro arrive tomorrow, third-party apps are helping to “cover up” the already controversial climax. This application, called TopNotch, comes from the developers of the popular CleanShot X screen capture tool for macOS.
The new MacBook Pro has a pinnacle that holds the camera and other sensors, allowing Apple to stretch the screen closer to the edge than ever before. To make the most of your content, Apple defended the pinnacle as a “really smart” design feature. Many early reviews suggest that climax is something you can easily get used to.
However, on the MacBook Pro screen, Notch appeared to be the software solution to the notch problem. It was advertised as a way to “make the notch disappear”, mainly by blackening the entire menu bar. This is similar to how Apple adds a black, black frame to the top of the screen when apps are in full screen mode.
- TopNotch supports dynamic desktop wallpapers for MacOS
- The application works well with many screens and spaces
- TopNotch stays in the background and monitors background changes
The new screen design may be acceptable to some, while others are upset by the new design. If you are one of those people, you can download an app Topnatch Free.
What do you think about the zenith in the new MacBook Pro? Will you accept his presence or seek a third-party solution to cover it up? Tell us what you think in the comments.
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