The new 2015 version of the MacBook and 13-inch MacBook Pro have all new features like the fifth-generation Intel Core processor, faster flash storage and longer battery life. But the coolest new feature is Apple’s new Force Touch Trackpad, which allows you to Force Click.

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Force Click 1

A Force Click lets you use the trackpad in the traditional sense as well as a function where when you press harder you engage a second click or a range of pressure-sensitive clicks. The feature is enabled by default on the new Macs, but you can set it up for your specific needs, like clicking on a word and then engaging Force Click to get the definition. Here are some tips on how to get the most out of this new feature:

Enable or Disable

  1. Open System Preferences; then
  2. Click on Trackpad; and
  3. Check Force Click and Haptic Feedback to enable the feature or uncheck the box to disable it.

Force Click 2

Customise Sensitivity

  1. Open System Preferences; then
  2. Click on Trackpad; and
  3. Choose between Light, Medium and Firm.

Assign to Different Functions

  1. Open System Preferences; then
  2. Click on Trackpad; then
  3. Click on Look Up & Data Selectors; and
  4. Assign Force Click with one finger or disable Force Click by tapping with three fingers.