We will see how the touch bar in general will age. Even on the mac side it will have at least a permanent escape key...permanent function keys seem dangerous for OLED Touch Bar....
I assume OLED is the same as AMOLED?
AMOLED is notorious for burn in. (I have two Samsung Galaxy
Note 5 and one S7 edge with moderate to severe burned-in
screens as reminders )
Apple software engineering chief Craig Federighi has seemingly told a customer it will display function keys — presumably traditional F1-F12?Touch Bar : is Apple telling us to stop dual-booting MBP into Windows?
I just can't picture how that Touch Bar will work when I boot the new MBP into Windows.... will it just show up as conventional function keys?
Because my experience with running Windows on a Mac is that the bootcamp drivers aren't as good as the Mac OS drivers at ignoring errant palm rests. Ultimately I loaded a piece of software called "Trackpad ++" which helps but it's still not as good as when you're in native Mac OS. I fear that this effect will be even worse with the larger trackpad/more opportunity for errant palm rests registering incorrectly.Why?
I can't see that being an issue