macOS Sierra 10.12.1 includes “hidden Apple Pay images that depict the brand new MacBook Pro with an OLED touch panel that’s set to be announced by Apple on Thursday, October 27,” Juli Clover reports for MacRumors.

“In addition to confirming that such a product is in the works, the images give us our first full look at the redesigned MacBook Pro ahead of its launch,” Clover reports. “An OLED touch panel is located on top of the keyboard, where the function keys would normally be placed, and it very clearly supports Touch ID, as it is seen used with Apple Pay.”

Clover reports, “As has been rumored, the touch panel, which may be called the “Magic Toolbar,” appears to be contextual, changing based on what’s on the screen.”

The OLED touch panel on Apple's forthcoming MacBook Pro

The OLED touch panel on Apple’s forthcoming MacBook Pro

 
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