Apple Thunderbolt Cable (2.0 m) - White
Thunderbolt technology supports fast data transfers with two independent channels of 10Gb/s each. And Thunderbolt 2 technology can bond the two channels for a superfast 20Gb/s. Use this cable to connect Thunderbolt-enabled devices to the Thunderbolt or Thunderbolt 2 port on your Mac.
The Apple Thunderbolt Cable lets you connect two Thunderbolt-equipped Mac computers in target disk mode, network two Mac computers with OS X Mavericks, or use your iMac as a display for a MacBook Pro or MacBook Air.
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Apple Thunderbolt Cable
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cable to migrate from 2017 macbook pro to 2018 imac
- Asked by Michael S from High Point
- on 12-Jan-2019
Can i use this cable to connect my MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2015) with Benq SW 320 monitor which has a mini display port version 1.4
- Asked by Aarjav J from New Delhi
- on 8-Jan-2019
macbook 2008 model Can used Thunderbolt calt to migrant Macbook air 2017?
- Asked by Ken W from RC
- on 1-Jan-2019
Use iMac late 2009 as a second display connected to iMac late 2014
- Asked by JOHN A from Eastbourne
- on 23-Apr-2015
Actually contrary to the 2 previous answers, the late 2009 21.5" iMac does not support TDM. I have a Actually contrary to the 2 previous answers, the late 2009 21.5" iMac does not support TDM. I have attempted to make this work with computers that I own and it does not support. The closest thing you can do is use finder to locate shared computers. There is an option to screen share. This is just a mirrored display and not an extended display so if both computers are in the same room it really serves no purpose. The only iMacs that support TDM are shown here: iMac (27-inch, Late 2009) iMac (27-inch, Mid 2010) iMac (Mid 2011-Mid 2014)
- Answered by Jason O from Mansfield
- on 26-Aug-2018
How do I transfer data from my iMac without thunderbolt (only firewire) to my new Macbook Air with thunderbolt?
- Asked by Arvin V from Singapore
- on 14-Aug-2011
If you are using transferring all of your data to the other Mac, the easiest and fastest way is to u If you are using transferring all of your data to the other Mac, the easiest and fastest way is to use 'Migration Assistant' with an ethernet cable as it can reach speeds of up to 2gb/s.
- Answered by Joseph C from Brighton
- on 11-Sep-2011