Apple set to bring back previously ditched ports in its next big models

Apple’s products are widely appreciated in the tech market, and we also know that Apple will soon be stepping into the electric vehicle manufacturing market. This year Apple will be refreshing its full MacBook Pro, and we have some interesting news regarding the availability of ports in the machine.

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We already know that Apple stopped building its MacBook Pro with a USB type A headphone jack and instead started adopting USB type C ports. Until 2015, the MacBook Pro series had USB Type-A ports, Thunderbolt, HDMI, and an SD card reader, not to mention Magsafe charging.

Ming-Chi Kuo claimed that Magsafe would be returning in some form to the new MacBook Pro and also that the Touch Bar will be removed from the new upgraded model. According to sources, Apple is planning to bring back some of the ports which it previously ditched. It includes an HDMI port and an SD card reader in this year’s MacBook Pro series.

If the news is indeed true and Apple is bringing back the ports, then the rumoured SD card reader to MacBook Profits with Mark Gurman’s claims last month.

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Apple has plans to release 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models in 2021. The new models will also feature the new silicon chip from the Cupertino giant. If all these rumours come to fruition, 2021 would mark the biggest upgrade for the MacBook Pro series in five years.



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