Apple is widely expected to at the very least announce a new MacBook Pro with an OLED touchscreen above the keyboard instead of traditional function keys that's also equipped with the Touch ID sensor that's built into your iPhone's home button, among other big new updates. However, Brian Hall, a vice president of marketing at Microsoft, accused Apple of "doing customers a disservice" by not building notebook computers with touch screens, which Microsoft does with its lineup of computers, according to the report. To be fair, we won't know for sure if Apple's new computers lack touch screens until its event, but considering its previously stated stance on the matter, it's safe to say such a move would be extremely unlikely.
It's also probably safe to say diehard Mac fans aren't about to subject themselves to using Windows 10, no matter how good a deal Microsoft offers on its computers. In any case, today would be a great day to not buy a new laptop -- at least until you've seen all the new stuff from the two companies.