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2020-05-23, 14:13

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Will not matter, new Mac's have not had built in card readers for a while now.

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Will not matter, new Mac's have had built in card readers for a while now.
I know they have. That's why I was hoping we get this new crazy fast format instead of being stuck with the old one when we see the new machine at WWDC.
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2020-05-23, 20:49

Might get them might not, many newer Macs have dropped the card reader.
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2020-05-23, 20:51

The Apple Store says the current iMacs have SDXC card slots.
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The Mac mini no longer does. That’s kind of a shame.

Anyway, no, this year’s iMac (if it comes) almost certainly have the new spec. For one, it’s barely out. And two, it relies on PCIe 4, which Intel doesn’t offer yet.
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The Mac mini no longer does. That’s kind of a shame.

Anyway, no, this year’s iMac (if it comes) almost certainly won't have the new spec. For one, it’s barely out. And two, it relies on PCIe 4, which Intel doesn’t offer yet.
Fixed the typo. Seems to be a recurring problem in this particular thread.


I hadn't realized that the Mini dropped the SD card reader. In truth, it's probably better to have Apple drop it in the iMac, so it can be added back with an adapter. You have to add third party front ports to the iMac anyway to be really productive.

I do want to see SD card support back in the 16" Macbook Pro, but maybe Apple held off because this new standard wasn't ready to go.

I was wondering about PCIe 4 when I read the article, but couldn't find out what version was being used in the MacBook Pro.
Another concern is whether if using a USB adapter, the SD Card reader/USB4 can be secured by the T2 chip.
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Fixed the typo. Seems to be a recurring problem in this particular thread.
Oops. That’s what happens when I keep editing a sentence.
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