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-[* black] Two Thunderbolt 3 ports populate the left side of the MacBook... and that's it.
+[* black] Two Thunderbolt 3 ports populate the left side of the MacBook... and that's all.
[* icon_note] The USB-C form factor is versatile, but you'll likely need a [http://www.apple.com/shop/mac/mac-accessories/power-cables?page=1#!&f=adapter&fh=4595%2B45b0|fistful of adapters|new_window=true] to interface with most of your existing hardware.
[* black] On the right side, a lone 3.5 mm headphone jack.
[* icon_caution] Wait, what?
- [* black] After all the hubbub about how the headphone jack is antiquated hardware that doesn't deserve a space on the iPhone 7, this seems... [https://www.reddit.com/r/funny/comments/5a6lbd/it_just_works_apple/|odd|new_window=true].
- [* black] But hey, who are we to judge? It's a widely used standard and we're 100% on board with that. Just know that you can't plug in your iPhone 7's Lightning EarPods without... another adapter.
+ [* black] After all the hubbub about how the headphone jack is antiquated hardware that doesn't deserve a space on the iPhone 7, this seems... odd.
+ [* black] But hey, who are we to judge? It's a widely used standard and we're 100% on board with that. Just know that you can't plug in your iPhone 7's Lightning EarPods, as the [https://www.reddit.com/r/funny/comments/5a6lbd/it_just_works_apple/|necessary dongle doesn't exist.|new_window=true]
[* red] Completing our inspection of the outer case, we note the new model number: ***A1708***.