When you’re remote, you can’t use your iPhone or iPad as a USB hub

  • July 17, 2021

Apple’s new MacBook Pro line is going to come with a new USB-C port.

The port, which was previously available only to the MacBook Pro 11, has been designed to replace the old USB-A port, and it’s part of a larger move to support the future of mobile computing.

The new port is also an HDMI out, and the device itself is the only USB-cable on the MacBook.

Apple has announced several other new Thunderbolt 3 ports in the past few months, but the USB-B port has been the only new addition to the lineup.

Apple is also rolling out a new Thunderbolt 2 port for its MacBook Pros and MacBook Pros 13, with the new ports coming with the laptops and in the MacBooks and MacBook Pro 13, MacBook Pro 15, and MacBook Air 13, and in MacBook Pro 12 and 13.

Apple has also announced a new Ethernet port, a USB-E port, an HDMI port, two Thunderbolt 3 USB-M ports, and a Thunderbolt 3 to USB-3.

Apple is now officially planning on adding Thunderbolt 3-to-USB-C adapters to all MacBook Pros, MacBook Pros 15, MacBook Air, and other MacBooks in 2018, and this should bring Thunderbolt 3 and USB-T connections to all of Apple’s notebooks.

Apple announced the Thunderbolt 3 upgrade in October, and there are a number of Thunderbolt 3 adapters available now.

Apple’s Thunderbolt 3 expansion for MacBook Pros also includes USB-W and Thunderbolt 3 connectivity.

USB-X and USB 3 are also supported, as well as the ability to charge the MacBook Pros without plugging in the charger.

The Thunderbolt 3 port is available now for the MacBook Air and MacBook 13.