- The first MacBook Pro models with OLED touchscreens are expected to appear in 2025.
- Apple’s biggest competitors have long been using touch-sensitive displays in their notebook models.
- But even Steve Jobs had reservations about laptop touch screens.
Apple thinks according to the well-known well-connected Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman intensively on the use of touch screens in Macs. According to him, the first MacBook Pro models with a touch-sensitive OLED screen could appear in 2025.
Apple has resisted the trend towards touch-sensitive screens in its notebook series for years. The manufacturer from Cupertino provides a number of reasons for this. On the one hand, macOS is optimized for control via keyboard or trackpad. If you want to use a touchscreen, you can reach for the iPad.
On the other hand, Apple icon Steve Jobs also doubted the usefulness of touchscreens on MacBooks. The inclination of the screen on a notebook is simply not ideal for being operated with an outstretched arm. It remains to be seen whether and how Apple will implement the plans. What the iPhone inventors could imagine anything this yearyou can find out in the linked overview article.
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