1. Apple unveils new MacBook Pro, TouchBar kills Fn key

Apple unveils new MacBook Pro, TouchBar kills Fn key

Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook unveiled two new MacBook Pros, a MacBook Air and possibly, an iMac desktop at company's headquarters in California.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: October 28, 2016 12:35 AM
Apple’s event comes at a time when the company reported another decline in iPhone and Mac sales and stares at the Microsoft Surface Studio – aimed at creative professionals, who have always had a softcorner for Macs. (Twitter) Apple’s event comes at a time when the company reported another decline in iPhone and Mac sales and stares at the Microsoft Surface Studio – aimed at creative professionals, who have always had a softcorner for Macs. (Twitter)

Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook unveiled two new MacBook Pros, a MacBook Air and possibly, an iMac desktop at company’s headquarters in California. Apple’s event comes at a time when the company reported another decline in iPhone and Mac sales and stares at the Microsoft Surface Studio – aimed at creative professionals, who have always had a softcorner for Macs.

Here’s the latest updates from Apple’s ‘Hello Again’ event:

Here is the new MacBook Pro. #AppleEvent pic.twitter.com/gfFiOGmhy1

11:50 PM: The MacBook Pro now comes in 3 variants.

11:40 PM: Microsoft is working on Office features for TouchBar.

11:35 PM: Touch Bar will work with Microsoft Office and Skype.

11:30 PM: Each Macbook has four thunderbolt ports, which are interchangeable for any use.

11:20 PM: Multiple ports enables you to do more with MacBook.

11:16 PM: Using Touch ID, different users can use one Mac, but still keep their work separate.

11:15 PM: The innovative TouchBar authorises payment with TouchID.

11:09 PM:  Touch ID arrive sur Mac. A Retina display to replace the function keys, but one that adapts to the software you are using.

10:43 PM: First update is on Apple TV which now has 8000 apps. Minecraft is coming to Apple TV by end of the year.

10:40 PM: Tim Cook now shows off the iOS 10.1 Portrait mode for iPhone 7 Plus which was released for users this week.

10:37 PM: Over 400 million memories have been viewed by iPhone users

10:36 PM: Tim Cook starts by speaking about the strong customer response to the iPhone 7 Plus.

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