No. It'd be super annoying and strenuous. Good demo, crap practice. If there was some way they could build a tactile feedback into a holographic interface with micro interaction then that might be something.
Company has no right to root through your personal belongings without due cause. And if they're going to make it a requirement of employment then they should pay for the time as part of your employed time - Supreme Court can do one; bad decision.Disappointing that Apple is doing this and not compensating employees. They may not have to under the law, but they still should.
If a car manufacturer used to charge for the battery then stops charging, without making any other changes to pricing or product, then they have absorbed the cost of the battery from their own margin. That's additional value, and tantamount to free, from the perspective of the consumer.