How to easily fix and restart the Touch Bar on your Macbook
One of the most talked-about and somewhat controversial features that Apple introduced in their MacBook lineup is the Touch Bar. The feature was a replacement to the hardware function buttons that adorned the past MacBook models and it offered contextual options to the user, depending on the application that was being used.
But, just like other pieces of tech, there are situations that make the Touch Bar stop working and it can be extra frustrating since this shutdown also disables the function buttons as they too were made digital to be incorporated into this bar. If you suffer this kind of shutdown, this tutorial is for you.
Without further ado, let’s take a look at how to easily fix and restart the Touch Bar on your Macbook.
Disclaimer – This tutorial has been tried by us on a Macbook that featured the macOS Catalina. However, we have not tried the same on Big Sur, so exercise caution.