This display comes from Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC), as seen by 9 to 5 MacWith the firm, analysts are confident that the touch bar – a slash touch screen strip that offers shortcuts with context-sensitive steps and helpful apps – could be pulled by Apple, and replaced At the top of the board is a traditional row of function keys.
The DSCC observed: “TouchBars become the # 3 application with 18 unit share and 1.2% revenue share in Q1’21. We expect that when Apple starts adopting the 10.9” AMOLED iPad, Barz will be shot. In addition, our sources suggest that Apple may cancel the touch bar in the future.
Note the use of the word ‘wine’, so there is certainly room for skepticism – but as we said at the outset, there are numerous reliable Apple sources that have already indicated that the touch bar Is on the cutting block.
That includes Meng Chi Koo, one of Apple’s most trusted Lakers in terms of accuracy, and Bloomberg’s Mark Gorman, Another heavyweight rumor peddler who has claimed in the past that Apple is testing some models of the redesigned MacBook Pro without the touch bar, due to the fact that some users do not find it useful. Is.
So it could be that we have something MacBook Pro Models with bars, and without some, although such blending and blending can cause its own problems, it may discourage developers from further supporting the touch bar (if every MacBook Pro owner owns it If you can use). Or, as this latest nugget suggests, the touch bar can be completely removed.
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It would be an acknowledgment of every kind of defeat by Apple, but apart from the fact that the touch bar may or may not be considered as popular or useful, there could be other reasons behind its possible stripping – perhaps from the touch screen. Lack of associated component. Of course, removing the touch bar will also free up the budget in terms of the cost of the MacBook Pro materials, which could be spent elsewhere (really, maybe Required mini LED screen Is raising a large part of the budget).
Time will tell, as always, but the fact that this rumor persists throughout the year – as Grameen has suggested, with some models, – or hints at being half-eaten, is certainly a It is possible.
The touch bar has always been a controversial feature, with some MacBook owners swearing by it, and others swearing by it, preferring later physical buttons (less likely to err in theory) and Instead, they feel the touch.