Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Apple Touch ID On Mac, Magic Mouse And Magic Trackpad

Rumors about Apple Touch ID on Mac have recently appeared on internet sources. Can you imagine Touch ID fingerprint sensor on machine. And today, a new report has arrived with the interesting news that it could happen that the next-generation MacBook Air, Pro and the Magic Mouse, Trackpad will get this new feature.

When the Cupertino company begin to work on a new technology development or new feature for device's hardware usually launch it on one product then spreads it to the rest line. As an example, Touch ID was improved with the iPhone 6 release in 2014 and made its way to the iPad with the iPad Air 2 in 2014.The Apple company has proved that it is more than just a security layer, and pushed its possibilities even further with its new payment service, called Apple Pay.

According to a rumors, for 2015, Touch ID may make its debut on the Mac. Due to a Taiwanese website, Apple will build Touch ID sensor right into next generation of MacBooks, Magic Trackpad and  Magic Mouse.

Apple Touch ID on Mac will be placed right above the trackpad to enable the functionality of Apple Pay service. When the sensor will be directly developed in the Magic Mouse and Magic Trackpad. Any use can state that there is just not enough space above the trackpad on MacBooks. And what it will be with the 12-inch MacBook Air launch?

Although, Synaptics started to spread the information that it was working on a new touchpad just a month or two back. The one that will have a capacitive fingerprint sensor built right in the platform, so there’s a real possibility that Cupertino giant could take that route.


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