Here, we’ll discuss how to hide notch on MacBook Pro. In order to respond to the complaints filed by the users of MacBook Pro, Apple has published a support article. It focuses on explaining how to make an app’s menu bar appear below the notch.
And if you don’t know what this is about, go through this article and you will get an idea about the issue going on.
Steps To Hide Notch On MacBook Pro
Today, we are talking about the newly launched MacBook Pro of 14 inches and 16 inches display. It all started after a tweeted video by a YouTuber named Quinn Nelson, where for certain apps the menu bar items went below the notch.
Other than the menu bar thing, some inconsistencies with the mouse pointer were also spotted when it was taken near the notch. Now, as a support article, Apple has come up with instructions and a few steps to hide the notch.
This article has mentioned a fix for the misbehaving apps. And as mentioned in the support document by Apple, these are the steps.
- First, you need to close the app which is not working properly.
- Then, locate the app. You can click on Applications from the Finder Sidebar for this purpose.
- Now, select the app and click on File > Get Info.
- Next, from the Info window, you need to choose the “Scale to fit below built-in camera“.
After you have performed these steps, your MacBook Pro will automatically scale down its display to fit below the notch. Now, those apps that share the same workspace will be appearing below the camera until you close the scaled app.
Another thing to note, you might notice Apple has added a very subtle transition animation too while switching modes. You can check it out by watching the attached tweet.
But this is clearly not a permanent fix to hide notch on MacBook Pro. So, the users should wait and give some time to the developers of Apple for optimizing the macOS. The optimization of the OS might help to interact better with the notch. We also wrote an article on how to check battery cycle on MacBook, checkout if you are looking for the same.
Yes, MacBook Pro is a good computer.
Yes, Macs can get viruses.
Yes, MacBooks need an antivirus.
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