How Apple forcing Mac Book Pro users to buy $79 adapter with out USB-C cable
Mac Book Pro customers complain that Apple has come with many concealed costs for its 2016 MacBook Pro, as power adapter for Mac Book Pro comes at $69 (13-inch model) or $79 (15-inch model).
Apple Mac Book Pro users are worried over extra costs for Mac Book Pro after recent launch by Apple CEO Tim Cook. Mac Book Pro customers complain that Apple has come with many concealed costs for its 2016 MacBook Pro, as power adapter for Mac Book Pro comes at $69 (13-inch model) or $79 (15-inch model).
Apple users received their Mac Book Pro shipments with a power adapter, mains plug only. They got Mac Book Pro with out USB-C cable, forcing all Mac Book Pro users to buy one costing $19, other accessories will cost $125 for MacBook Pro.
Apple shipped out Mac with out any extension cable or USB-C cable. Both these power adapters will cost $250.
It is better Apple users buy accessories from Amazon at $8, half Apple’s price.
MacBook Pro specs:
Radeon Pro GPUs (15-inch models only)
Faster PCIe SSDs in capacities up to 2TB
Improved display, having a unique rightness & better contrast, also a wider color gamut.
Four USB-C sockets with a Thunderbolt 3 (ditching all previous ports except the headphone jack)
new Touch Bar for hardware function keys (a Retina OLED display)
A Touch ID power button for log ins, Apple Pay
Larger Force Touch trackpad
2nd-generation butterfly keyboard
Smaller and more slimmer form-factor
Space Gray color option in addition to the usual silver
Two versions of the older models also remain on sale, one each in 13- and 15-inch.
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