Apple’s New MacBook Pro to have Force Touch Trackpad

Apple’s New MacBook Pro to have Force Touch Trackpad

French blog site MacG reported that people interested in buying MacBook Pro with the Force Touch trackpad might soon be able to have it.

If the news turns out to be true then the updated laptop will have the new Force Touch trackpad whose working is quite unique. It responds on the basis of how much pressure one applies to the surface. The MacBook Pro would be 15 inches.

With Force Touch, Apple has introduced a new level of sensitivity to Apple’s normal trackpads. In trackpads, people trace and tap with their fingers in order to move the cursor of the laptop’s screen. Experts affirmed that the technology is pressure sensitive.

Force Touch has been designed to give Apple a competitive edge over its rival companies. This new trackpad also provides tactile feedback, which means that people can get the feel when they are done with the task.

It has four sensors allowing it to respond no matter where your finger lands. It is also being speculated that this technology might also be used on the screens of the new iPhones.
Without a doubt, this feature is the most exciting one. The company introduced the trackpad feature in its 13-inch MacBook Pro and in the 12-inch MacBook.

The new MacBook Pro has many upgrades to its Intel Core processor and the graphics processing unit. These factors will help provide speedier performance.

There are chances that on Wednesday Apple may come up with a new edition of its graphics processing unit. For now, there are no details about the new model. Apple's WorldWide Developer Conference (WWDC) will happen in June and there are chances that updated models can be released there.

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