Apple Inc. is developing touch displays for its Mac computers, a move that would break with long-standing business tradition and embrace a design philosophy previously dubbed “ergonomically terrible” by co-founder Steve Jobs.
According to insiders familiar with the project, Apple engineers are actively working on it, which suggests that the corporation is seriously considering creating touch-screen Macs for the first time. Even so, a launch has not been scheduled in stone, and things could change.
The business has argued for more than ten years that touch screens don’t function well on laptops and that, if someone wants a touch interface, the iPad is a superior choice. Apple has also been concerned that the sales of the iPad may be harmed by touch-screen Macs.
This news is written by Ms. Amrita Singh, Research Assistant, All India Legal Forum.