The MacBook Pro's new Touch Bar has been officially canonized by video game fanatics, with a port of id Software's classic first-person shooter Doom now playable within the tiny confines of Apple's miniature touchscreen display.
Apple has just rolled out a TV ad for its latest MacBook Pro, the one with the OLED Touch Bar. It's a lively, entertaining affair, and one the tech giant hopes will nudge consumers toward forking out for its latest laptop.
Looking to upgrade the storage in your brand-new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar? Well, according to an intrepid MacRumors reader who pried open his factory-fresh MacBook Pro, it appears that the SSD is not removable and not expandable.
Apple's Mac App Store is listing MacBook Pro OLED Touch Bar-enabled applications, and there are currently 15 apps being highlighted as supporting the innovative new input device to one degree or another.
In spite of a chorus of complaints around the lack of real innovation in its recent MacBook Pro release, Apple is still enjoying brisk sales of the new machines that are approaching the MacBook's total revenue.
Apple appeared to disappoint a lot of potential customers when it ditched most of the ports on its latest MacBook Pro laptops. This brilliant parody video gives us the behind-the-scenes story as to how it came about....
Apple confirmed in a recent email when Logic Pro X will receive an update supporting the Touch Bar hardware in new MacBook Pros. Don't expect support anytime soon, however, as the music production tool won't utilize this feature in 2016.
Apple Vice President of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller spent some quality time with the Independent, talking about the design and evolution of the new MacBook Pro and explaining why some of the more controversial decisions were made.