Macintosh’s answer for the new MacBook Pro’s absence of traditional ports is dongles. A great deal of dongles. $250 of dongles, really.
In any case, in case you’re not a devotee of bearing a pack of white bits of floppy plastic, there are different choices (aside from purchasing an alternate PC, I mean). The most outwardly engaging is the Arc Hub, another idea that sticks every one of the ports you’ll ever require into a rich round center point.
In spite of the way that simply taking a gander at it makes Jony Ive’s dulcet tones show up inside my head, it’s not really planned by Apple. Rather, it’s been brought about by a little Californian startup you’ve presumably never known about.