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Posted by lolxd
 - December 12, 2020, 04:03:49
Quote from: TN on December 10, 2020, 16:25:34
Black macs? What better way to celebrate the funeral of intel

That is actually a hilarious joke
Posted by TN
 - December 10, 2020, 16:25:34
Black macs? What better way to celebrate the funeral of intel
Posted by Ahlix
 - December 08, 2020, 04:31:30
Ok ngl, that would have actually enticed me quite a lot and swayed me more to the Macbook M1 if they released a finish like that.
Posted by S.Yu
 - December 08, 2020, 01:22:48
Vantablack is not remotely durable enough as an exterior finish for a consumer device. Black 2.0 is not porous, but it isn't exactly durable either. Even if this is as revolutionary as making a hardened Vantablack, I don't see how it could be cleaned as porous structures naturally adsorb pollutants, and none of these materials will retain their light absorbing properties with a dirty surface.
Posted by M20
 - December 07, 2020, 15:42:07
What a "revolution", what an "invention" a black finish! :))))))))
Posted by Redaktion
 - December 06, 2020, 22:24:46
A patent has revealed Apple's novel way of reproducing a matte black effect on aluminium, steel and titanium. The anodised coating could be used in multiple applications, including iPhones, MacBooks, iPads and Watches.