Apple would work on a new Mac with touch screen.

Steph Deschamps / January 13, 2023

Apple is considering giving its Mac computers a touchscreen, Bloomberg news agency reported Wednesday.
 
This would be a major turning point for the company, as co-founder Steve Jobs once said that the technology was "ergonomically terrible".
 
Bloomberg has learned from a good source that engineers at the American company are actively working on the project, a sign that touchscreen Macs are being seriously considered. However, this has not yet been confirmed. Apple has refrained from commenting.
 
Apple has been saying for more than a decade that a touchscreen is not suitable for laptops and that an iPad is a better option for those who want to have this technology. An opinion that Apple's competitors don't necessarily share, as many of them have launched touchscreen computers.

 

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