Soon, the keyboard on your laptop might be as interchangeable as the image on the screen.
The keyboard will reportedly be a standard feature on MacBook laptops starting in 2018. If true, this means you would be able to change your keyboard to show the alphabet of any language, or even emojis, then switch it back to a standard QWERTY arrangement whenever you want.
Australian startup Sonder is behind the tech, reported the Journal, and will be releasing a standalone transformable keyboard later this year for $200. Sonder is backed by Apple's main manufacturing partner, Foxconn, and the tech titan could be making a move to acquire Sonder.
Apple did not respond to CNET's request for comment.
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