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Apple VP tells CNET that a touch-screen Mac is unlikely


Apple Senior VP Craig Federighi

When I first started playing around with Windows 8 laptops I wondered if Apple would ever follow suit with touch-screen Macs. But it turns out that the company has studied that question and has decided – at least for now — to stick with trackpads and keyboard for input.

Craig Federighi, Apple senior vice president of software engineering told CNET News that “We don’t think it’s the right interface, honestly,” and that”Mac is sort of a sit-down experience.

You can read the full CNET story here.