A touchscreen is a feature that is most obviously lacking from Apple-made computers.

Let's be clear that while touchscreens are so prevalent on Chromebooks and Windows laptops, they are uncommon on Macs.

Apple wants you to believe that to enjoy the whole Apple experience, you must purchase a MacBook and an iPad.

Recent OS updates give MacOS and iPadOS somewhat different yet similar features.

The majority of Windows laptops feature hardware built by a variety of different manufacturers in addition to an operating system developed by Microsoft.

These PCs don't have the same level of internal coherence as Apple's hardware, software, and chip combination.

On a Windows laptop, touch is typically utilized when the built-in touchpad navigation isn't functioning correctly.

With the Touch Bar, Apple has already given it a shot. There is, as always, an exception to the no-touch MacBook rule.