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How to assign Force Click on OS X

Sure, that makes un-assigning Force Click the same as disabling it, but Force Touch and Force Click are brand new and Apple has only just begun experimenting with them. No doubt other functionality, and third party app implementations, will follow.

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How to adjust Force Click firmness on OS X

By default, Force Click requires a "medium" level of intensity to activate. Apple gives you the option, however, of switching to "light", which makes it easier to engage, or "firm", which requires you to put even more muscle behind it. Whether you're having a hard time triggering Force Click, or you're triggering by mistake, there's likely a setting that's perfect for you.

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How to turn on or off Force Click on OS X

With a Force Click, you can do everything from bringing up Quick Look to Look Up, preview maps and websites, and more. If you like the way it works and feels, it's on by default and you can leave it that way. If you'd rather turn it off, however, and use your Force Touch trackpad more like a traditional trackpad, you can easily do that too. And if you later change your mind, you can turn it right back on.

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Refurbished 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina now available for 15% off from Apple

Refurbished 13-inch MacBook Pros with Retina display are now being offered via Apple's Online. They're not brand new, but they're from the manufacturer, come with a warranty, and have AppleCare as an option. They're also 15% cheaper than new models.

If you've been holding out for Apple's smallest, densest laptop ever, go grab one while supplies last.

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13-inch Mac Book Pro rumored to be going Retina as soon as this fall

With the introduction of the 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro at WWDC 2012, it should come as no surprise that more of Apple's Mac line would be making the @2x transition. The question is when. And the answer, at least for the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro, could be as early as this fall...

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