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Another interesting read: http://www.ledinside.com/outlook/2016/7/sony_and_apple_micro_led_display_market_strategy
macxpress said:I wish Apple would release a USB (and/or bluetooth) keyboard with TouchID. I'm thinking they will as I'm willing to bet the next generation iMac will have TouchID support. Apple's keyboards need to be revised anyways. I'm hoping for black keys.
Well, that kinda sucks. Hopefully someone will make a quality adapter.
The issue isn't about latency, but (for me anyway) RFI. I use an external DAC (Chord Mojo) and the best sounding connection method is currently optical.
That said, I use this on my late 2009 iMac which is still going strong so it doesn't affect me right now. I do wonder if they'll do the same with the desktops when they refresh them.
designr said:sog35 said:Would it be better just to switch everything to iOS?
I think this may be their long-term strategy. Strong emphasis on long-term. Think 10-15 years. They're putting a lot of energy in to ramping up what the phones and tablets can do. But the tech (as someone previously mentioned) is probably a bottleneck here.
Apple needs to balance iOS software capabilities with their hardware in how quickly both are able to advance. People are resistant to change so moving in a controlled manner is likely best. The same multitouch capabilities used on Macs (TouchBar, rumored e-ink keyboard) could very well be used with iOS as well (for when the device is configured to be used like a laptop or desktop).
Just prepare for all the complaining to get louder ...