Mar 12, 2015 (LBO) – PC giant Apple recently launched its thinnest Mac ever made under the name of ‘MacBook’ despite consumer sentiments growing up against the all in one dynamic port of the new device. The USB-C port which limits input and output signals to a single port became the center of criticism as consumers seen complaining about its poor design architecture.
This new port offers charging, quick USB 3 data transfer for connecting to external devices and peripherals and video output that supports HDMI, VGA, and Mini DisplayPort connections.
Even though Apple has concentrated more on the portability of the device by reducing its port size by one third of the current USB port, the users will not be able to charge the MacBook while using the video output at the same time.
Unlike the MacBook Air, the new MacBook comes with a 12-inch retina display and a force touch trackpad in addition to the fifth generation Intel Core M (Mobile) Broadwell processor.
The new processor is packed with more transistors than the previous generation for higher density and more efficient performance which often called the 1