Apple didn’t stop at the iPhone 6 to front the brand’s market this year. They also improved the Macbook Pro 2015 with a new hadware feature known as Force Touch. It is a catch-all term for a combination of pressure sensitivity and haptic feedback that one will find built into the apple watch and the new Macbook pro trackpad.
The new Macbook pro design is to borrow a famous John Ive adverb,unpologetically unchanged. Convinced in superiority of its display, keyboard and chasis, apple kept them all the same from the past year. The upgrages have taken place within. Everything in the machine is faster from the processor, to the memory and the SSD. Even if the highlight of this gadget is the Force Touch, the trackpad remains untouched but only vibrates on the surface, stimulated by pressure applied on it since this upgrade uses a haptic feedback mechanism. The force touch is simply for protection as the pad is less likely to break down.
Priced at about Shs3.5m, the Retina display makes the gadget worth the price. It is graced with the new intel broadwell processor which has the capabilty to play back the new 60fps 4k videos that Youtube releasded of late on Safari, a web service. The battery life is much stronger, running 13 hours and 18 minutes of full performance.