Prying out the Taptic Engine, we're disappointed that the only haptic feedback we get is the force of our spudger on the aluminum frame of the trackpad.
Resembling the Taptic Engines in both the Retina MacBook and MacBook Pro, this new Taptic Engine should bring a similar Force Touch experience to the Magic Trackpad 2.
These coils of copper wire form powerful electromagnets that push and pull against the steel bar mounted to the underside of the trackpad surface, causing the entire surface to rapidly and shortly buzz, simulating the sound and feel of a click.
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