Under the leadership of Steve Jobs, Apple made a concerted effort to reach out to new customers with lower priced products. Now the company seems to have lost touch, and others are passing it by.
Power users know the value of creating macros and applying them to their apps to speed up a particular business process. What Apple has done through the Touch Bar is deliver just this kind of functionality.
The base model of Apple's 13-inch MacBook Pro does not feature a Touch Bar or Touch ID for that matter, but what it is loaded with is ample performance if you're looking to make the shift.
After Apple announced three new MacBook Pro models, including two featuring the Touch Bar and Touch ID features, it decided to quietly make the previous generation models much more affordable.
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