The fringes of the iPhone 13 and MacBook Pro are very different: what sensors are in the screen cutout of the new laptop

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The new MacBook Pro laptops that Apple unveiled this week get the bangs first introduced in the iPhone X in 2017. Now details have emerged about what components are hidden in this cutout of the MacBook Pro.

The fringes of the iPhone 13 and MacBook Pro are very different: what sensors are in the screen cutout of the new laptop

A photo posted by Twitter user David Pogue (@Pogue) reveals more than just a 1080p camera at the site. To the left of the camera are the TrueTone and ambient light sensors, and to the right is the LED. The TrueTone sensor measures the color and brightness of the ambient light and uses the information to automatically adjust the white balance to suit the environment. Apple’s TrueTone technology debuted on the 2016 iPad Pro and is now available on iPhone and MacBook.

The ambient light sensor adjusts the brightness of the display as well as the keyboard backlight based on ambient light, and the LED to the right of the camera is an indicator that lights up when the camera is in use.

The fringes of the iPhone 13 and MacBook Pro are very different: what sensors are in the screen cutout of the new laptop

If Apple also used components for the Face ID system, then the bangs would be slightly wider.

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