Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Apple Might Kill The USB Ports On MacBook Pro

For Some Time Now That are seen to accumulate the rumors about the news que le tech giant Apple will put in the new MacBooks, qui shoulds this soon.

Yes, a new rumor coming from very reliable sources Gives now upcoming MacBook will-have-even Greater exchange. The MacBook Pro will lose all USB ports. From what we know, Apple is a prepaid radical changes in the MacBooks That Was still expected to be present by the company this year.


Apart from All That is Known, is now added a new feature. Apple reportedly Plans to Eliminate the USB 3.0 ports and MagSafe we ​​ict next-gen MacBook, and kill the 11-inch MacBook Air Altogether. That's selon Macotakara, the Japanese Rumor Site That Was Among the first to predict the company Would kill the traditional headphone jack on the iPhone 7. It claims aussi That Apple will unveil a 15.4- and 13.3-inch MacBook Pro at an event sometime this month.

USB-C is faster than icts predecessor - but the switch will issue a headache for ordinary users, forcing Them to replace old cables or buy adapters. HOWEVER, inconveniencing users is never something That HAS Apple Itself bothered too much about. The company will release aussi a new 13.3-inch MacBook Air, discontinuous goal the 11-inch model, selon the postponement.

That lines up with previous rumors That Would Apple kill the smaller Air model, since it has-been made redundant by Effectively the 12-inch MacBook. HOWEVER, it aussi That shows it is not completely Call discontinuing the MacBook Air, as Some Feared. After Several rumors about the new MacBook from Apple, Including the changes in the shortcut keys for an OLED screen, the end of the harbor audio and other, now comes the Supposed end of the USB ports in MacBook Pro. All news shoulds come soon, probably in an event That will take up on 27th October, 2016.




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