Apple's refreshed line of MacBook Pros , but law examiners aren't sharing in the excitement.
are being banned from bar examinations in some states in the US, meaning students with the new devices would have to write with the good old fashion pad and pen. Or, you know, a different laptop.
Testing software company Examsoft explained last week that the problem with the Touch Bars, OLED screens which replace the function keys of yesteryear, is they contain a predictive text function that Examsoft says is a compromise to exam integrity.
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