Apple’s senior VP of software engineering has revealed that the firm probably won’t be bringing touchscreen to iMacs or Macbooks.
Craig Federighi spoke to CNet and revealed that Apple "doesn’t think it’s the right interface," describing Mac as "sort of a sit-down experience."
He then went on to describe how awkward it would be to sit at a desk and constantly be reaching forward to interact with a touchscreen.
“We’ve really focused on building the best trackpads we can, something where it feels [like] your posture’s relaxed. It’s a comfortable machine to use."
Federighi closed by stating that although they’ve "experimented with" touchscreen Macs, they’re "not all that interested in building one."
Apple announced its new 5K Retina iMac last night, with the firm’s VP of hardware Dan Riccio explaining that the "iMac experience begins with the display."
The new iMac boasts 67 per cent more pixels than 4K resolution and seven times more pixels than your standard 1080p screen.
Unfortunately, those hoping for a touchscreen Apple desktop were disappointed – and now we know why.