Did MacOS Sierra Resources just confirm TouchID and OLED Touch Bar for future MacBook Models ?
MacOS Sierra resources has started revealing new features that also suggest changes in MacBook’s Hardware. If you are developer, you must have noticed these changes when you visited OS X V10.12 API Differences Page.
Apple has already been rumored to revamp MacBook Pro models, and now the MacOS Sierra API Differences suggests that the rumor could be true. Apple may add the support for OLED Touch Bar and Touch ID.
MacOS Sierra API Differences (Hint for OLED Touch Bar)
Screenshot for MacOS API Differences (Touch ID Support)
Biometric Tap Inputs that you can see in screenshot above suggests the Touch ID support for MacBooks. Apple has already confirmed that MacOS Sierra will allow unlocking the device from Apple Watch. When a user is close to Mac wearing Apple watch, he won’t have to enter the Password on Mac to unlock. The touch could make the things even easier for those who don’t own an Apple Watch. Touch ID on Mac may also enable Password-less login for many apps and websites.
Well, we don’t know when such features or hardware will be added to the new MacBook. The new MacBook Pro may have something special for users, but Apple has not disclosed anything yet.