Swanner write, “With the new MacBooks Pro, Apple did its best to change all of that, and its famed reality distortion field helped assuage much of our contempt for USB-C.”
“Pay close attention, and you’ll notice that the term USB-C was muttered only once during Apple’s MacBook unveiling,” Swanner reports. “Instead, Apple turned the term ‘USB-C’ into ‘Thunderbolt 3,’ which is much more alluring and magical. We tend to think of Thunderbolt as a high-end data transfer port capable of ungodly things — mostly because it’s really that good.”
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MacDailyNews Take: The flood of accessories will come and the dongles will go into the drawer forevermore.