New Apple products bring with them new design idiosyncrasies. Apple's product design is typically excellent, setting industry standards for how many of the gadgets and computers we use on a daily basis look and feel. However, the company's numerous hits make the less obvious design decisions stand out even more.
We have a lot of new Apple designs to examine thanks to the massive amount of new stuff Apple unveiled at its "Spring Loaded" event on Tuesday. While the company did well overall with this round of updates, a few things did raise our eyebrows.
Despite the fact that Apple did everything it could to make the chin look nice. The pastel colors are very appealing, and Apple has removed the massive logo that adorned the chin of previous iMac generations.
Although the chin is required to allow the iMac to be as ridiculously thin as it is, Apple has stuffed the computer's internals into the chin rather than behind the screen.
The white bezels on the new iMac were the most surprising feature. The majority of Apple's recent computers have had black bezels, which do a better job of hiding the display's edges and making it less obvious where the screen ends and the bezel begins.
The new Magic Keyboard has some nice upgrades, such as a Touch ID sensor (which is only available on higher-priced models), new function keys, and color-matched aluminum. However, the appearance of only four keys on the keyboard makes it far worse than the previous model.