Questions & Answers for Apple Thunderbolt Cable (2m) - White
51 Questions from the Community
I'd like to transfer a large number of photos from Mac Air to my iMac. I'd like to do so using Thunderbolt. What adapter do I need?
- Asked by Roger B from Naples
- 3 Sep 2012
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Assuming both those Macs have Thunderbolt ports, this cable should suffice. Plug it into each Mac, restart the source computer while holding the T key and it will appear as an external disk drive on your target computer. Just browse it and copy over the photos you need.
Not sure what your asking. It's a thunderbolt cable, so it plugs into a thunderbolt port only.
- Answered by Chris C from Salem
- 22 Aug 2015
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Thunderbolt to MINI DVI
What cable do I need to connect a Macbook Air (2011) thunderbolt port to a 24" iMac (2008) DVI port to be able to run the Macbook Air in target mode. In other words, the iMac would act as an external display for the new Macbook Air.
Thank you in advance,
- Asked by Janet R from Lakewood
- 26 Jul 2011
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Can this cable transfer data from a windows PC to Mac?
- Asked by Anonymous A from Xxxxxxxx
- 17 Jul 2011
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How do I transfer data from my iMac without thunderbolt (only firewire) to my new Macbook Air with thunderbolt?
I upgraded from the Macbook Pro 2010 model to the new Macbook Air. I transfered the data from the Pro to my iMac via firewire. Now I need to transfer the same data from iMac to the new MBA with thunderbolt. Is there a cable that connects the firewire port on my iMac to the thunderbolt port on the new MBA?Best Answer:
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
- 12 Sep 2011
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Will this cable enable you to use the Mid 2010 iMac with Mini Display Port as a display for the new MacBook Pro with Thunderbolt in clam shell mode?
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Yes. The cabling is exactly the same in both Thunderbolt 1 and Thunderbolt 2. As long as both devices support it, you'll get the faster 20Gbps speed.
- Answered by David S from Brooklyn
- 16 Apr 2017
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can i use this to hook my macbook pro to my tv
- Asked by Jacqueline L from New Castle
- 26 Feb 2013
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No, you can not because no current TV supports thunderbolt.
You could try to use a HDMI cable if you have a retina macbook. If not, you can always use the thunderbolt-to-HDMI adapter (sold on the apple store).
- Answered by Mason H from Lexington
- 1 Mar 2013
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