Try out the Force Touch trackpad
• Click at the bottom of the trackpad, then click at the top to show that you can click anywhere for a uniform feel.
• Visit a web page, use Force click (deeper press) on a word to get its definition, then click on an address to see a map.
• Play a movie in iMovie or QuickTime. Show how you can accelerate the fast-forwarding speed by pressing with more force, and then slow it down by applying less force.
Show how compact and light it is
• Let the customer pick up the MacBook Pro with Retina display to experience the size and weight.
Show off the Retina display
• Open Mail and Safari, and highlight how text and icons look crisp—it’s like reading a printed page.
• Open Photos and point out how crisp the images look, even in the thumbnail view. Select an image, go to full-screen mode and highlight the detail you see in the photo. Using the right arrow key, page through more images without leaving full-screen mode.
Show the expansion ports
• Point out that it’s packed with advanced I/O technology: two Thunderbolt 2 ports, two USB 3 ports, an HDMI port, an SDXC card slot, and a MagSafe 2 power adapter port—all in a compact design.