Apple patent refers specifically to MacBook keys that can change dynamically

Apple may be working on keyboards as its next trick for their MacBooksIt dynamically changes the appearance and function of its keys depending on the context. Key A can transform into key 9 for example.

This is from a patent that I spotted Obviously apples(Opens in new tab) (Across 9to5Mac(Opens in new tab)A keyboard with a flexible backlight that can display any symbol on any key is described in (). Keys with “luminous glyphs” that can be selectively visible or hidden to the naked eye.

Apple keyboards come pre-printed, fixed stickers that can’t easily be changed. Some keys, such the media playback keys and media playback keys, may have more than one use. They have multiple labels to make it easy to identify what they do.

How can keys design be done? (Image credit to Batley Apple

Changeable glyphs

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