The crown jewel of Apple's live event today is the brand new Macbook Pro — the company's first big update to the product line since 2012. It's thin, light and sports a giant trackpad, but the flashiest change by far is the Touch Bar. Replacing the function keys, Touch Bar is a retina touchscreen strip which changes dynamically based on what apps are in use. Besides the standard actions we're accustomed to performing with that piece of keyboard real estate (volume and brightness controls, for example) here's everything we know it can do so far.
All The Stuff You Can Do With The MacBook Pro's Touch Bar
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