A new month brought a new update to the Apple MacBook line a couple of days ago. And that’s a 13-inch MacBook Pro. In doing so, he also marked the end of the era of the “butterfly keyboard.” We’ve rounded up some accessories to help you if you’re on a MacBook.
USB hub Hyperdrive 8-in-2 USB Hub
The MacBook has a limited number of USB-C ports, but that’s not a problem. If it’s not enough for you, you can always connect such or any similar hub. Hyperdrive will open access to these ports:
- SD Card Slot
- micro-SD Slot
- USB 3 Slot x 2
- Mini Display Port
- USB-C PD
- Thunderbolt 3
Ideal for universal use.
36,000mAh PowerOak Battery
There will be times when you just need this extra MacBook battery when it runs out a little on the road after a session in Final Cut Pro or Photoshop. With this battery, you will be able to charge it once and then 50% again. Cool?
A handy gadget and portable enough to fit in most work bags.
Magic mouse 2
If you need a mouse for macOS, you should only buy Apple’s proprietary Magic Mouse. It supports gestures just like Magic Trackpad on any Mac. Therefore, you can scroll and zoom in / out as usual. And, conveniently, you do not need to get used to it; everything is already familiar.
8Bitdo SN30 Pro and Pro + controllers
The fantastic controller is reminiscent of Nintendo gamepads from the 90s Nintendo. 8Bitdo SN30 Pro + is fully wireless with macOS so that you can play multiple games through the Mac App Store and Apple Arcade.
USB-C to USB adapter
Whether you need to quickly plug in your USB drive or quickly charge your controller, Apple’s official USB-C to USB adapter will quickly fix the problem. Lightweight and compact. It is an essential purchase for any USB-C device because you never know when you might need it.
Inateck Sleeve for Macbook 13 ″
I’m sure you will want to keep your new MacBook longer, especially if you carry it with you. With the 13-inch Inateck MacBook Sleeve, you don’t have to worry about bumps or rain. There’s also room for a charger and a pair of adapters if you’re planning on using your Mac over the weekend.
Sometimes, to focus, we need to separate the noises around us, replace them with good music for our ears, and something better than the AirPods Pro. A straightforward setup that can also switch between another Apple device if you have one, so you can drown out the noise with the built-in noise cancellation, and when you’re done, just place them in a case to let them charge you for another session.