: Apple could bring once-abhorred touchscreens to computers in 2025: report


Apple Inc. AAPL, +2.11% is working on making touch-screen Macs that could roll out in 2025, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday, citing sources familiar with the matter. Under those plans, which could still change, such a rollout could come as part of a bigger update to the MacBook Pro, according to Bloomberg, which noted that Macs have brought in more sales for Apple than iPads over the past several years. The possible move comes after Apple’s rivals have rolled out computer touchscreens, and despite opposition from the company’s late co-founder, Steve Jobs, Bloomberg noted. A day earlier, Bloomberg reported that Apple was planning on making screens for some mobile devices on its own as soon as next year. Shares of Apple were largely unchanged after hours.

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