MacBook Pro Touch Bar
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Less than two years after it was effectively killed on most Macs, is Touch Bar going to make a reappearance as a much broader product for MacBook?
The Touch Bar on the MacBook Pro is blowing the app game wide open, allowing you to access tons of features with just a tap or slide. Here are the best apps with Touch Bar support!
Wondering what iMac to get for graphic design work? The answer is the 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K Display, and here's why.
A new report from Display Supply Chain Consultants says that Apple will drop the Touch Bar in the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro.
Apple is the reason for the likely end of the MacBook Pro Touch Bar. It's a useful feature that was never appreciated or embraced.
Although the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro officially support Touch ID authorization of both App Store and iTunes purchases, setting it up can be a bit of a process. Here's how to go about it.
The amount of storage to buy on your new laptop mostly comes down to how you plan on using it and price, although not necessarily in that order. Just don't buy the cheapest models available.
A new patent filed by Apple with the United States Patent & Trademark Office indicates that more may be in store for the Touch Bar.
The Touch Bar adds a row of multitouch controls to the top of the MacBook Pro's keyboard. Here's everything you need to know about it!
Apple's decision to persevere with the Touch Bar will forever confound us, but someone found a way to make it useful by putting a visualizer onto it.
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The Touch Bar on the MacBook Pro is meant to give you easy access to your most-used tools and that includes FaceTime.
There are plenty of downloadable apps for your Touch Bar that Apple didn't approve. Here are some of our favorites.
Overall, Apple's move from the 15- to 16-inch MacBook Pro is a good one — but not for everyone.
These are both great laptops, but one is a better choice than the other, if for no other reason than the target audience.
There's no denying that Apple's MacBook Pro models can be a bit expensive, and it's not all that often that they go on sale. Right now, you can save big and still get a one-year warranty from Woot.
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