Apple Rumored To Launch Mac W/ Face ID And Touch Screen Support

According to MySmartPrice, Apple developing a touch-screen Mac with Face ID support, the site said in a report that was primary focused on AirPods 2 and AirPower. However, but the site doesn't specify any other details, and said users shouldn't expect to see the Mac on the market anytime soon.

In addition to the new AirPods 2, Apple is currently testing Macs with Face ID as well as touchscreen displays. However, you shouldn’t expect a new Mac with Face ID to launch anytime soon. The current prototypes with Face ID and touchscreen are only meant for internal testing.
In addition to adding a more secure authentication method, the introduction of Face ID does not have a big impact on the Mac product lineup. Currently, the MacBook family already have a Touch ID feature that can be used as a security verification measure for alternative passwords.

Apple has a long history of refusing to add touch screen to Mac products, perhaps to distinguish its own computer from the iOS-based tablet. In fact, Apple has repeatedly stated that it does not intend to merge iOS and macOS in the near future. However, since the iPhone maker is testing the touch-screen Mac internally, indicating that they are at least considering this configuration as an option in the future.
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