It’s the biggest change Apple has made to its iMac line in years, but it’s still a long way from the days of the iPad Mini.
The new machine’s first major redesign, called TouchBar, has brought a lot of features to the table, including the ability to scroll up and down a page, a multitouch screen, and a new TouchID fingerprint scanner.
It’s a major departure from the iPad’s traditional, circular trackpad, which Apple has long used for navigation and typing.
But while it’s great to see Apple’s trackpad moving to the iPad in a big way, the new iMachine won’t be able to match the iPhone’s screen size.
Instead, Apple is offering a new MacBook Air with a 13.3-inch display, a thinner MacBook Pro, and new MacBook Pro 13.5-inch models.
These new machines will run iOS 10.2.1, the latest version of the company’s operating system, and are expected to arrive sometime in 2018.
Apple has also added a number of new apps to the OS, including Siri Shortcuts, the Siri Remote, and the App Store.
If you’re looking for a new way to start working, you can grab the new TouchBar MacBook Air, which has an 11-inch screen, the fastest Intel Core i5 processor in the Apple lineup, and 4GB of RAM.
It’ll start at $1,200, while the 12-inch MacBook Pro comes in at $2,499.
The MacBook Pro 12 comes in with a 12-core processor, 16GB of storage, and 128GB of memory, while those models come with a 1TB SSD and a 256GB SSD.
The 13-inch and 13.1-inch configurations come with Core i7 and Core i9 processors, respectively.
All of these new machines feature a 1.3GHz Intel Core M processor, an 8GB RAM, and 256GB of onboard storage.
They’re priced starting at $8,299.