When the lid was closed in an attempt to make the MacBooks even thinner, today the US Patent and Trade Office for Apple officially patented a design related to the design of the front MacBook that will include a removable keyboard. Apple notes that parts of the current invention are related to the front of the MacBook and its keyboard and key assemblies that may change the position of some of their features in relation to the MacBook so as to reduce its thickness.
The magnetic field can pull the stabilizer from the raised position to the lower position on the transmission of the magnetic system from the first position to the second position.
The stand may have a special device that has a pivot point. The first position of the magnetic field may be on the first side of the pivot point, and the second position of the magnetic field may be on the second side of the pivot point, with the second side opposite the pivot point relative to the first side. In the second case, the magnetic field can extend a portion of the stabilizer to the base level, with the stabilization portion located opposite the pivot point relative to the base layer when the stabilizer is in the raised position.
The patent figures below describe the MacBook keyboard in normal mode when opened and ready for typing and then the MacBook in closed mode with the keyboard in removable mode.