Yesterday Apple announced their new MacBook with features a single USB-C port on the side, this could case some problems for some users, or it could be a saviour to others, allowing users to connect all of their devices into one single port.
Thankfully Apple are offering a number of options to allow users to connect devices to this new thin MacBook using the new USB-C interface.
These include a USB-C to USB adapter for £15, a USB-C to VGA multiport adapter that allows users to connect a VGA, USB and USB charging cable to the one port for £65 and a USB-C to Digital AV multipart adapter also for £65 that does the same as the VGA adapter but swaps the VGA port for a HDMI one.
They also revealed the price for a singular USB-C charging cable (which should be included with the MacBook), set at £39.
In case you didn’t read about it, you can learn about the new MacBook at our announcement post here.
It will be available in two versions, both with a 12 inch Retina display and an Intel M processor that has 8GB of RAM, but will allow for the choice between 256GB or 512GB of storage.
They are also available in three colours that includes gold, silver and grey.
You can find ou more about the USB-C accessories at the source link below.