By Todd Bernhard
While PC vendors have made touchscreen computers for years, including some impressive hardware from Microsoft announced just this week, Apple has resisted. Steve Jobs used to say that users wouldn't want to constantly lift their arm to point on a display. That's why the latest enhancement to the MacBook Pro seems like a good compromise. The screen is still not touch-enabled, but Apple has replaced the function keys with a Touch Bar that is a multitouch-enabled color screen that adapts based on the apps running on the MacBook. Sometimes it will show volume buttons, other times a color bar, or even emojis, and so on. It's a clever compromise.