You can insert an SD card into the built-in SD card slot, for sure. Then there's a lot to do with the SD card. Check below for more guides about the SD card on Mac.
First thing first, you should make sure the SD card is well connected to your Mac device. When plugging the memory card into the card slot, ensure that the contacts are facing down and pointing to the inside of the slot.
If you are using a Micro SD card, you'll need an SD card adapter to connect it to your Mac SD card slot. Simply insert the Micro SD card into the adapter and then connect the adapter to your Mac.
After connecting the memory card to your Mac, you should be able to find it in the left sidebar in Finder. Choose your SD card and you can manage files as you wish. In case you need some inspiration about what to do with the SD card, you can consider the followings:
- Use the SD card for photo/video storage. One of the most common SD card usages is to save pictures and video clips from digital cameras. You can take the SD card off the camera and insert it in the Mac, view or edit the images then.
- Use the SD card as a bootable installer device. With a USB adapter, you can easily convert your SD card into a USB-formed device. Then you can make it easy to install an operating system on it and use it as a bootable drive.
- If you are a Nintendo player, you can use an SD card to softmod your Nintendo by downloading certain software. After that, you'll be able to run homebrew applications and play retro games.