One of the first things we thought about when Apple revealed to the world the new MacBook Pro with its OLED Touch Bar was what software support we will be getting. Well, on the day we already knew that Adobe Photoshop, and also Final Cut Pro X would play nice with the new feature – but what else can we expect?
Those of you in to your music editing apps were left underwhelmed because you were wondering what about you, and thankfully there is some good news on that front.
Logic Pro X will be getting MacBook Pro OLED Touch Bar support, although you will have to be a little patient because its release will not happen until early 2017 – which does seem to be too long of a wait.
9To5 Mac has taken a closer look at what sort of features we can expect from Logic Pro X, in terms of what you will be able to do with the OLED Touch Bar, as they feel it will be very similar to what GarageBand offers – which was demonstrated during Apple’s event last week.
The Djay app will also offer OLED TouchBar support as well, although there is no release date for that yet either.