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MrBunside said:hammeroftruth said:The touchbar is one of Apple’s products that they never really had much faith in. When you look at them in the Apple stores, most employees don’t know that much of what you could do with it. From that perspective, it’s clear that Apple didn’t want to spend a lot of time training their employees on how to really get good usage out of it.
Physical keys with embedded LCDs would be useful for apps like Logic and FCP, but again has no obvious advantage for most users
fahlman said:I support thousands of Windows computers and hundreds of macOS computers as my job. I would never use Windows personally. It's even a double-edged sword in the enterprise due to the manageability, but its a security nightmare.
silvergold84 said:This is great idea! Its pure innovation by Apple: the chip itself do it for the kids! No third human eyes to review contents. They can ask help to review the image also to parents. Again one reason more to love Apple and their incredible technology!
A feature like this can open the doors to abusive requests by hostile governments, compelling Apple to flag "inappropriate" content like political cartoons, memes critical of the regime, images promoting LGBT equality or other important social issues. The "penalty" for non-compliance would be to have those devices banned for sale or for use at all within those countries.
Thank heavens. Did they not receive a mountain of negative feedback from developers and AppleSeed testers over the summer? I guess Apple needed a very clear reminder from the public that the Mac is not an iPhone. How did that even get past UX testing and into a final release? Someone had to be pushing very hard for its inclusion.