Apple introduces new MacBook Pros, Twitter cuts job forceMacBooks got thinner and lighter. So did Twitter, but that's because the company cut 9% of its workforce.
This is CNET and here's a story that matters right now. Apple introduced three new Macbook Pros, two versions featuring a touch panel above the number keys that Apple calls the touch bar. The touch ID finger print sensor is to the right of the touch bar and also acts as a power button. These laptops feature four thunderbolt ports using USBC connectors and a headphone jack They start at 17.99 and ship in mid-November. The third version of the Macbook Pro does not feature the touch bar nor touch ID, but upgraded internals. Apple also introduced a new app for the Apple TV and iOS it calls TV, which will debut by the end of the year. The new app brings shows and movies from a whole bunch of other video apps In this one app. In the demo Netflix content seemed to be excluded from the tv app. Twitter announced it will cut up to 9% of its workforce with charges related to those cuts likely impacting its next quarterly financials. On top of that is the announcement that the Vine mobile app will be discontinued. The site will remain and any videos made will still live there Twitter bought Vine in 2012 for $30 million. [MUSIC] Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNet Tech Today app in the Apple app store. [MUSIC]