Last month, Apple unveiled its first MacBook Pro redesign since 2012.
Longtime Mac users were mad, however, that the new laptop had only USB-C ports.
That's right: No more SD card slot, USB port, Thunderbolt port, HDMI port, or MagSafe connector. (There is, however, still a headphone jack.)
Unlike the iPhone 7 announced in September, the MacBook Pro is not shipping with any adapters in the box.
In response, Apple is dropping its prices for all USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 accessories through December.
SanDisk Extreme Pro SD UHS-II Card USB-C Reader is now $29 (down from $49).
Quantity limits apply, according to the Apple Store website. Customers are limited to five of each item.
You can order the discounted Mac accessories at the Apple Store.
Nicole Nguyen covers products and personal technology for BuzzFeed News and is based in San Francisco.
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