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Apple's new dongle-happy MacBook Pros not fully compatible with Thunderbolt 3 peripherals

Apple's new dongle-happy MacBook Pros not fully compatible with Thunderbolt 3 peripherals Now, news has surfaced that Apple’s newest MacBook Pro hardware may not be compatible with Thunderbolt 3 peripherals already on the market.After all, Thunderbolt 3 is Thunderbolt 3… right?

Apple's Bootcamp audio driver can permanently damage the speakers on the new MacBook Pro

Apple's Bootcamp audio driver can permanently damage the speakers on the new MacBook Pro For the past 11 years, Apple has offered formal support for installing Windows on a Macintosh running OS X via its Boot Camp Assistant software.Multiple customers who purchased one of Apple’s new MacBook Pros are reporting that the default Boot Camp audio driver can permanently damage the system’s speakers.

The iBus dongle could help you restore your Apple Watch Series 1 by yourself

The iBus dongle could help you restore your Apple Watch Series 1 by yourself The device is called the iBus Data Cable and it’s basically a small dongle that plugs into the Apple Watch’s maintenance port that sites behind the watch strap.Most Apple Watch owners don’t even know that the port exists and speculation suggests that it is mostly built for Apple use — but MFC says that through the port, the dongle can completely restore the Apple Watch’s software.

Don’t forget, pick up those Apple dongles today or lose out on some savings

Don’t forget, pick up those Apple dongles today or lose out on some savings One of the least welcome aspects of Apple’s latest MacBook Pro machines was the decision to move completely away from legacy ports.More: Apple slashes the price of USB-C dongles over MacBook Pro port outcry That might not be a huge deal to you if you only need a single dongle.

The MacBook Pro's beloved MagSafe could return as ... a dongle

The MacBook Pro's beloved MagSafe could return as ... a dongle The new MacBook Pros dropped a weight class and gained a Touch Bar, but they also killed the beloved MagSafe charger.A newly publicized patent, however, suggests Apple could have a fix in the works.