Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has come up with a new range of adapters within a couple of days of launching the latest version of MacBook. The new MacBook consists of a single USB-C port to handle charging, video output and data input. As soon as the first look of the new MacBook was brought into the light, users got worried as there were no multiple points to charge the MacBook and iPhone together. To get rid of all such issues, the tech giant has launched a fresh series of adapters, which will make it possible for users to charge their phones and MacBook together.
Those who are worried about their new MacBook, can easily buy these adapters from Apple’s stores at a nominal price and make things easy and comfortable. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is known for making weird decisions, and this is one of them. Earlier, users could easily connect their iPhones and charge them while doing other stuffs on MacBook, but the latest version of MacBook doesn’t have that facility. It was one of the talking points on the launching day of the new MacBook, but Apple’s announcement has released huge tension from its users’ head. Unless this new adapter is made available at company’s stores, users will have to use the standard chargers to charge their iPhones for some more time.
It’s not the first time when Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has taken decision without taking into consideration users’ preferences. Back in 1998, it launched iMac G3 without a serial port or floppy drive in it. The tech giant ditched CD-ROM drives and Firewire ports after some time. It has once again forgotten to address the consumer demand. Even though the single point looks good, but it cannot be called the best move of Apple as it fails to meet buyers’ expectations. It will be great to see how users respond to this move of Apple.
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