An Apple official told the Wall Street Journal why some features for the next-generation MacBook Pro are not considered.
The next-generation MacBook Pro, which was introduced to users after the Apple event in October, received very positive feedback. However, users wondered why features such as Face ID and touchscreen were not included in the device. Apple has issued statements on the issue.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Apple Vice President John Ternus made important statements on the subject.
First of all, Ternus mentioned why the MacBook Pro does not have a touch screen, noting that Apple has developed the world’s best touch computer with the iPad. Noting that the MacBook Pro is not suitable for this structure, Ternus underlined that they have no reason for such a change.
Apple Vice President also issued a statement regarding Face ID. Especially after the switch to the notched camera, users expected face id to come. Ternus said Touch ID is better suited for laptop-class computers, so users don’t need to make a breakthrough in this direction because their hands are directly on the keyboard.
Introduced at the second Apple event of 2021, MacBook Pros with M1 Max and M1 Pro processors came with two alternatives, 14-inch and 16-inch. Offering up to 64GB of RAM support in the M1 Max model, Apple claims that the M1 Max chip has the world’s fastest integrated graphics card. The new generation MacBook Pro, which has Thunder 4 and HDMI ports as well as an SD card slot, was presented to users with a physical key preference instead of the Touch Bar.
So what do you think of the statements from the Apple front? Do you think these features should be included in MacBook Pro? Be sure to share your feedback with us in the comments section.