Apple hasn’t released a Touchscreen MacBook notebook yet, but none of it is absolute. Patent No. 20200019367, “Cross Device Interaction”, released by the U.S. Patent Office, shows that it allows you to touch and sync to your phone on a laptop screen.
Apple’s reluctance to equip its laptops with a touch screen was largely due to the fact that it was natural for people to put their arms on the keyboard to type on a laptop, but it was awkward and ergonomic to reach out and tap the screen.
At least the patent proves that Apple engineers are not blocking the way of touch-screen laptops, after all, things are changing.
In the smartphone world, the iPhone shows what is called top touch optimization, and believes that if Apple is ultimately willing to dabble in touch-shaped laptops, it must be time to optimize macOS to the highest standards.
Currently on the Windows 10 platform, touch and high DPI are still not ideal.