Apple pulls plug from old USB connection

Apple pulls plug from old USB connection

Tech October 19, 2016 08:30

- Apple seems still to come this month with new laptops. According to usually reliable Macotakara MacBook Pro and MacBook Air refresh. Perhaps the most important change concerns the lack of a USB-A connector. Apple will replace the 'old' connections for the new USB-C.

In addition to USB-A should also Apple's own MagSafe charging port, SD card slit and the HDMI jack the prize. In recent years new MacBook Pro are already omitted ports obsolete according to Apple and writes Japanese website that Apple development now permeates the air line. The big difference with the now available MacBook Pro is that several C USB ports are on the new Macs. Thus it is suggested that the new Pro is getting four. The current MacBook Pro has only one USB port and C that earned the company the necessary criticism.

Other new features in the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air are an OLED screen on the spot where the function keys on the keyboard and support for TouchID fingerprint scanner that can be found in the iPhone and iPad's.

It is unclear whether Apple will hold a separate event for the new Macs, but since October already passed the half, which seems unlikely.

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