Posts Tagged ‘Touch Bar’

Owners of Apple’s 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar who regularly opt to use Google Chrome over the pre-installed Safari option will likely be getting a nice little surprise soon.

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Microsoft Office for Mac apps are currently being tested with MacBook Pro Touch Bar support. Here’s you can try it now.

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This iPhone 8 concept visualizes Apple’s next smartphone without the iconic Home button, featuring a Touch Bar similar to the 2016 MacBook Pro.

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Meet Rocket, another app switcher for the 2016 MacBook Touch Bar that runs as its own app and, unlike TouchSwitcher, does not need to be launched repeatedly.

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TouchSwitcher is a simple, free Mac app that adds a button to the Touch Bar for quicker and easier switching between the most recently used apps on the 2016 MacBook Pro.

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Want to share what’s on your 2016 MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar? Here’s how to take screenshots of your Touch Bar setup.

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Apple’s own Senior VP of Marketing Phil Schiller confirmed in a recent interview that a Mac with a full touchscreen input simply isn’t going to happen, calling the idea “absurd.”

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A new free app called Touché is now available for all Mac users which enables them to run Apple’s hot new Touch Bar feature as any app and try out some of its features and functionality without having to buy Apple’s new MacBook Pro. Here are the details.

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Popular password management app 1Password is all set for the 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar and Touch ID after developer AgileBits released an update that brings support for the new Macs.

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This is how you can invoke an on-screen Touch Bar on any old unsupported Mac or hook an iPad up to it and use it as an external Touch Bar.

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MacBook Pro Touch Bar Vs full touchscreen, here’s why Apple went with the former on its flagship notebook, according to company’s Design Chief Jony Ive.

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Want Magic Keyboard with Touch Bar? Here are two concepts that envision how Apple could port the new Touch Bar feature from the 2016 MacBook Pro to the Magic Keyboard for iMac and Mac Pro users to enjoy.

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