Apple has finally brought more Retina display technology to the iMac, with new Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2 and Force Touch to the Magic Trackpad 2.
It is a period of thermonuclear war. Apple iShips, striking from hidden bases, have won their latest victory against the evil Googlactic Empire with a touching Tour de Force.
We all know that MC Hammer sung ‘you can’t touch this’, but with Apple’s Force Touch, you won’t be forced to touch but it’ll be a force to be reckoned with.
With Force Touch now a standard part of the 2015 Apple Watch, 2015 MacBook Pros with Retina and 2015 MacBooks, 2015 iPhones will too, says Bloomberg.
As rumours swirl about Apple’s next smartphone move, one reliable source says Apple will save all its development efforts to a significantly revamped iPhone 7.
Apple has forcefully asserted its dominance in the trackpad space by introducing Force Touch capabilities, letting you get a better feel for touching Mac interactions.
Apple’s 94 minute March 2015 ‘Spring Forward’ keynote is a MUST-SEE tour de force that includes Force Touch on the Apple Watch and new MacBook range and much, much more.
Apple’s new 12-inch, super-thin, fanless Intel Core M powered MacBook is coming 10 April 2015, with Retina display and much more - even silver, space grey and gold colours.
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