“What changes? The primary change appears to be the inclusion of support for the rumored OLED ‘Touchbar” we expect to see inside the new Mac,” Evans writes. “As I wrote at Computerworld: ‘As described, the new OLED strip replaces the Function control strip you find on current MacBook Pros. What makes the strip interesting is that it will change the keys available to you to reflect the context…'”
“We do not know if these Macs will support Intel’s new Kaby Lake processors,” Evans writes. “Many industry watchers seem to think this is unlikely but with the appropriate chips for notebooks about to ship I can’t help but hold out a little hope.”
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