Apple has released a fifth and what is likely to be the final beta build of MacOS 10.13.5 to beta testers. The new build was released yesterday, along side the 5th beta for iOS 11.4, and should be available to everyone who has a registered device in the Apple Beta Program.
The new build is 17F70a and given the timing of the release as it relates to WWDC and the size of the update, it is likely this is the Release Candidate version of the next build of MacOS High Sierra. WWDC kicks off at the first of June where it is expected that MacOS 10.14 will be shown for the first time publicly along with iOS 12.
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Today’s Deal is for anyone who needs a HDMI port or USB-A port for their USB-C powered devices. On most new Chromebooks, like the Google Pixelbook, you have just USB-C ports. The same goes for the new MacBook Pro from Apple. Sometimes you need a HDMI port to connect to a monitor or projector, or need to access that older USB flash drive. That’s where the AUKEY USB-C Hub can come in handy. Priced at $34.43, it gives you plenty of ports to work with to get your day done.
In all, the hub (model CB-C60 for those that are curious) gives you six ports and connects to your Chromebook or MacBook Pro via the connected USB-C cable that is just under 6″ (150mm) in length. You have one USB-C port which works as a pass through for charging your device while you are using the Hub (up to 60W). You have four USB-A ports that support USB 3.0, giving you up to 5GB of data transfer speed. Finally, you have a 4K HDMI port to connect your Chromebook or MacBook Pro to an external monitor.
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