Apple designer Linda Dong responded to social media users who criticized the MacBook Pro's "monobrow." Dong's messages are available on the specialist's Twitter page.
The representative of the American company drew attention to the criticism of the new Apple laptop among the visitors of social networks. They were dissatisfied with the screen cutout, questioned its usefulness and could not understand how the "monobrow" would be built into the computer's interface. Dong noted on her Twitter that the on-screen cutout will automatically hide when apps are run in full screen mode.
The designer also noted that the cursor will not bump into the "monobrow", but will hide under it. Unlike many users, Dong called this feature not a major problem, but one of the main advantages of the new design. Some Apple consumers agreed with the author, noting that the cursor can be hidden while watching video.
Earlier Digital Trends journalists told why, in their opinion, the design element from iPhone appeared in the new MacBook Pro. According to the authors, in this way the company draws attention to the release and hints that it is not going to give up the "monobrow" in the future.