2015 MBP trackpad clicks?

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Marco123, Oct 14, 2015.

  1. Marco123 macrumors 6502a

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    Hello, I have just bought my first OSX device, a 2015 MBP with the new trackpad.
    But I thought it gave feedback clicks through haptic but didn't actually click.
    Mine still physically clicks down when pressed when the MBP is turned off.
     
  2. Dead0k macrumors regular

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    probably it is the MBP from 2014, or cracked touchpad.

    check the model in OSX...
     
  3. jermy4 macrumors demi-god

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    The surefire way to tell is to click it with the machine completely powered off and if it clicks then it's not the new force touch trackpad.
     
  4. Marco123 thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    My fault, I just tried it again and you're right, it doesn't click when off.
    I wouldn't have believed it before but it really does feel like a click.
     
  5. jermy4 macrumors demi-god

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    It's kind of a mind f**k because it really does feel like a click.
     
  6. fastblack macrumors regular

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    Hah, it totally is. I just got a new MBP and was thinking the same thing, then turned it off and no click.
     
  7. pmcdn macrumors regular

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    My thoughts exactly. When I got mine recently, I was disappointed that it actually clicked, until I powered off and realized that it doesn't really move or click. Bizarre.
     
  8. jackson93 macrumors member

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    you should play a video in quicktime and fast forward. By applying more pressure it will fast forward faster and give haptic feedback inbetween pressure zones.
     
  9. jermy4 macrumors demi-god

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    That's kind of cool and weird all at the same time. I hadn't had a chance to try that yet.
     

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