who cares? It doesn't even have Esc key.
Go fuck yourself Tim Cook!
3:32 am — Saturday, 29 October 2016
1) I care, anonymous[I]
2) This is expected, but there's still so many unknowns.
For example, does the T1 chip also supply the video for the Touch Bar? Does the T1 contain a stripped down version of OS X/Darwin based on watchOS that will then take to the OS X/Darwin version for the system-daughter, macOS Sierra, or does that macOS feed the Touch Bar I/O directly? How will this work for Windows via Boot Camp and VMs with other OSes since you will *at least* need the Esc key back?
3) I understand why the right side of the Touch Bar doesn't have a display to the edge, but why not the left side?
4:14 am — Saturday, 29 October 2016
Every mac for the last 15 years has had a swag of Arm processors in it. I reckon any mac form the last 5 years say, would have something of the order of 30-50 ARM cores used all over the place. Of course, completely abstracted away from the OS, but it's not news.
5:41 am — Saturday, 29 October 2016
Oh man, 2) above is a great question, regarding other OSes.
12:41 pm — Saturday, 29 October 2016
>How will this work for Windows via Boot Camp and VMs with other OSes since you will at least need the Esc key back?
This is a stupid question. Obviously it simulates a keystroke at the OS level. Idiot.
3:11 pm — Saturday, 29 October 2016
Regarding the other OSes, it appears that the default behavior is to display function keys:
6:42 pm — Saturday, 29 October 2016
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