Apple explains why Macs don’t have Face ID and touchscreens

Apple has been busy pushing out new iMacs and new MacBook Pro laptops that take advantage of its own chipsets, but there are two oft-requested features that still haven’t made their way to the Mac line: touchscreen displays, and support for Face ID. In an interview with the Wall Street Journal (via MacRumors), Apple executives Tom Boger and John Ternus addressed the omission of both of these features on the latest hardware – and it doesn’t sound as though Face ID and touchscreens will be added to the Mac line anytime soon.

Link: Apple explains why Macs don’t have Face ID and touchscreens
via http://www.techradar.com

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