The HDMI port and SD card reader could be making a return to at least two MacBook Pro models expected to release in the second half of 2020 according to respected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who outlined his predictions in a note to investors.
The last time a MacBook Pro included these features was back in 2015, with all models since omitting those ports in favor of USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 connections that require a separate dongle for image transfers or additional displays.
A Bloomberg report initially suggested the return of the SD reader and HMDI port, with Kuo’s statements giving some additional weight to those claims.
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