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Apple may ditch traditional USB ports on the MacBook Pro

Apple reportedly plans to eliminate the UBC 3.0 and Magsafe ports on its next-gen MacBook, and kill the 11-inch MacBook Air altogether. That's according to Macotakara, the Japanese rumor site that was among the first to predict the company would kill the traditional headphone jack on the iPhone 7. The site also claims that Apple will unveil a 15.4- and 13.3-inch MacBook Pro at an event sometime this month.
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