Apple has clearly stream lined everything between all of their devices. The new trackpad features for the latest operating system, Mountain Lion, is no exception. The Mac looks and feels more and more like an iPad with every update. If you don’t believe me, just open up the Launchpad from the dock. Yup, it’s like an iPad! What’s next, a touch screen?
Keeping up with all of the newest features can be tricky, but thankfully Apple has some great tutorials built right into it’s operating system. To learn more about finger gestures, and how to set your own personal settings for your new trackpad, just click on the black apple in the top left hand corner of the screen, select System Preferences, and click on the icon for trackpad. You can also check out this short video that I created adding voice over to the tutorial found in System Preferences.