Apple Cuts Price of Dongles After Criticism of MacBook Pro Ports

Apple has dropped the price on a number of USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 peripherals after the launch of the new MacBook Pro, which faced a barrage of criticism for launching with no ports other than the new USB standard. Prices for most USB-C adapters Apple makes have been dropped, in some cases by as much as half. The company has also dropped the price of third-party peripherals by 25%, including the 4K and 5K LG screens the company demonstrated late last month, and a SanDisk SD card reader has received a special price cut of 40%. The older Retina MacBook Pros contained USB type-A ports (the classic port shape for the standard), an SD card slot, an HDMI ports, and a number of Thunderbolt 2 ports using the miniDisplayPort standard.…


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