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Apple laptop turns flying spaceship

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A video has been leaked online of what some may hope is Apple’s next addition to its laptop line: a transforming MacBook.

Ok, so the advert’s not really a leak from Apple’s HQ, but it’s cool. Why? As you’ll see, the video shows an Apple MacBook that’s able to transform itself from a laptop into a pint-sized spaceship.

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In the video, the MacBook’s owner has just booked a postal delivery through a French website when, without warning, the MacBook folds itself up into a next-generation flying… er… thing, and then flies out the window to make the delivery.

Enjoy… ®

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