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Apple’s designs not allowing MacBook Pro to run Thunderbolt 3 hardware?

Apple said it won't comment on the MacBook Pro's combatiblilty issues, and claimed "Thunderbolt chipsets, with up-to-date drivers, will have no difficulty connecting to any 2016 MacBook Pro." The defect in MacBook Pro appeared during its compatibility test with Thunderbolt 3 devices.

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The newly released Apple MacBook Pro are not compatible with Thunderbolt 3 hardware, say Apple users. Reportedly, the defect in MacBook Pro appeared during its compatibility test with Thunderbolt 3 devices.

Apple said it won’t comment on the MacBook Pro’s compatibility issues, and claimed “Thunderbolt chipsets, with up-to-date drivers, will have no difficulty connecting to any 2016 MacBook Pro.”

But, experts found out some Plugable’s Thunderbolt 3 graphics adapters cannot run with MacBook Pro without using a Touch Bar test bed. Now, Apple may screen users of early Thunderbolt 3 gadgets. The issue may be caused by using a chip that failed to meet the standards of Intel.

What are serious issues with Apple’s new MacBook Pro?

Apple’s new MacBook Pro Models are criticised for not having expansion ports and ditching MacBook Pro’s existing SD card slot, that was required by photographers.

To use Apple MacBook Pro, customers have to buy a $20 worth adapter dongle for connecting and charging even Apple’s own iPhone and iPad devices.

But, Apple SVP of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller justified its design decisions, MacBook Pro “might not be right for everyone on day one,” he added.

Responding to complaints on MacBook Pro models lacking “pro level” features, Schiller said, for headphone jack, long-in-the-tooth I/O standard was not changed to help its audio gear.

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook recently launched new MacBook Pro, claiming it will give new Mac experience to Apple users.

But, AppleInsider, noted that the 3.5mm port cannot any s optical out functions, seriously affecting utility to film and music enthusiasts and common Mac pro users.

Here are tweets on the Mac Book Pro compatibility isses:

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