The Apple iMac and MacBook Pro both feature kiosk printer technology that lets users scan a document using a stylus or touch screen.
It’s not clear why this technology is used by only a tiny fraction of the public.
In addition, a small but growing number of printers are becoming increasingly common in the home.
Apple, for example, has launched a number of kiosk products for sale.
The company recently launched the iMac Pro and MacBook Air kiosk devices that feature a touch screen and a pen for a price of $2,399 and $1,499.
The new devices are available in three colors: silver, gray and black.
“These devices will make it easier for anyone to access documents by simply holding the device and drawing or tapping on it,” Apple said in a statement.
“Users can even create and share content with other users by using a pen or stylus.
But there are some drawbacks to these new devices.
For one, there are no stylus capabilities.”
In other words, the new printers can’t draw, but they do have pen capabilities.
And Apple said the new technology won’t help the vast majority of users.
More:Read this: iPhone 7 Plus review: A beautiful, powerful device, but pricey, at $999, and $2.9 millionThe iMac Pros and MacBook Pros are available at Apple’s retail outlets for $2.,299 and $3,399, respectively.
With the new MacBook Pro and the iLaptop, Apple is offering a new price point: $1.9 billion.
On the other hand, if you don’t have a large home, you can still get the new Apple Macbook Pro for $1 billion.