Want to try out a Touch Bar but picking adult a new MacBook Pro? You’re in luck. There is an iPad penetrate out there that lets we try out a Touch Bar.
You will need 2 things:
- iPad with Xcode installed, and
- Mac updated to run macOS Sierra build chronicle 10.12.1.16B2657
Once we have both inclination ready, conduct over to a Touch Bar Demo App’s Github page and download a application to your Mac. When a download is complete, extract a downloaded ZIP record and place it into your Applications folder.
As a iPad does not support a Touch Bar natively, you’re going to have to rely on Xcode to implement a application.
Your subsequent pierce is to implement a Touch Bar onto your iPad. Open a TouchBar.xcodeproj folder on your Mac, connect your iOS device to your Mac, and name a TouchBarClient aim and a iPad.
If finished correctly, your iPad will now have a Touch Bar application. Launching it will move we to a mostly vacant shade with a Touch Bar located during a bottom of a screen.
You can now use a Touch Bar on your iPad and see a changes on your Mac (check it out in this video right here).