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.