OLED bar waterproof?
is the OLED bar waterproof and if so what is the IP rating?
Sad isnt it. For a premium device to not address these small but important things.
Is Apple thinking of a way to move forward technology wise or just is it just a way of adding to the cost of possessing an Apple device? For example the optical drive.
What was the point of removing the optical drive? CD/DVD/Blue Ray discs are still very much in vogue all over the world? Thinner and equally efficient laptops have found ways to incorporate the drive in their bodies?
Was it so difficult for Apple? I do doubt their intentions---- selling us things in the way they want to making us imagine that we are buying what we need!
Bu iyi bir soru mu?
The OLED bar is not a stand alone peripheral. It's part of the notebook.
So what would it mean to say that the touch bar was water resistant to 50 meters, without the whole notebook being able to accompany it to that depth?.
If you don't want one, don't buy one. But don't make up ludicrous excuses why not.
Apple is moving technology forward. Just as the iPhone redefined how a touch screen could be used, and in so doing redefined a class of device, so too is the Touch Bar. Whether it will be a similar success, only time will tell,
I took the optical drive out of my current notebook as I hadn't used it for years and filled the space for more storage. I don't remember the last time I bought software / music / video on a disk rather than by download. And they're simply not long term stable enough to archive anything that I care about.
For me a notebook with blindingly fast storage that can drive 2 x 5K monitors and still have massive I/O capacity left is just what I need.
But I don't live in 1986.