Apple might have leaked an upcoming laptop on '60 Minutes'

Last night, '60 Minutes' was able to get a rare glimpse inside Apple's headquarters in Cupertino along with interviews with many of the company's top brass. While there is a mountain of information contained in the interview, it was a mysterious laptop in one of the shots that is causing quite a stir.

Apple is known to be highly secretive when it comes to its products, so it was no surprise that when CBS made its visit to Apple HQ, that many things were obstructed in regards to future products. Despite Apple going to extreme lengths to make sure that future products were not revealed, it looks like they may have left one item in the open.

In a round table interview, a mysterious black laptop can be seen in the background. While it hasn't been verified to be an upcoming unit, it does look familiar. The unit looks very similar to the Dell XPS 13 that made its debut last year at CES. Much like the Dell XPS, the unit pictured looks to have very thin bezels when it comes to the LCD. Naturally, we will have to wait to see if this device makes it way to the public, hopefully sometime in 2016.

Source: Business Insider

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