A redesign for digital toasts could be coming soon to some of the popular New York-based newspapers.

According to a new report from the Times, digital toast makers are preparing for the digital transition.

Digital toast makers are using their digital platforms to create digital-only toasters that are made using a smartphone app instead of a printed toaster.

The toasts will be available in 2017, 2018 and 2019.

New York City Times Digital Toasters 2017-19 Digital toasters will have a different design than printed toasts.

Photo courtesy of New York Daily News.

The new digital toast design is based on the design of the Times digital platform.

The paper’s digital platforms, including its digital newspaper and its digital-toast app, will continue to function in 2017 and 2018.

However, the digital platform will transition to a digital-enabled version of the platform in 2019.

According the Times report, the Times Digital Toast team has already completed more than 1,000 redesigns, redesigns and improvements to the paper’s platform in the past six years.

The redesigns will take place in 2017-20 and 2018-19, the paper reported.

New Yorkers may be excited about the new digital offerings, but they are likely not the first to be interested.

A 2017 study by the American Institute of Architects found that more than 70 percent of the paper and magazine readers in the U.S. are using a digital toasting device to make toast.

That’s up from around 60 percent in 2014.