If the MacBook Pro's Touch Bar is going away, I won't miss it

It might work for some but it doesn't work for me.

Five years ago this fall, Apple introduced a new MacBook Pro. But this wasn't your ordinary spec-bump, this MacBook Pro featured a love-it or hate-it feature: the Touch Bar, Apple's answer to touchscreen interfaces that became popular in Windows laptops. The OLED strip replaced the top row of keys on the MacBook Pro keyboard, and the controls it displays change based on the software you are using.

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Roman Loyola

Roman Loyola

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