Apple Thunderbolt Cable (2m) - White
Thunderbolt technology supports fast data transfers with two independent channels of 10 Gbps each. And Thunderbolt 2 technology can bond the two channels for a super-fast 20 Gbps. 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 a Thunderbolt-equipped system to a Thunderbolt device. Connect a Thunderbolt-equipped Mac in target disk mode to another Mac for fast data access or system migration, or network two Thunderbolt-equipped computers.
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ethernet vs thunderbolt for migration
- Asked by Alan F from Cloverdale
- on Jun 14, 2012
I recently did some experimenting with the migration assistant. The source machine is a 2011 MacBo I recently did some experimenting with the migration assistant. The source machine is a 2011 MacBook Air and the target machine is a 2012 Macbook Pro Retina. The data transferred is 127gb. Technique. Duration. Wireless. 4.7 hours Ethernet direct. 1.7 hours Thunderbolt. 10 minutes All three techniques resulted in a flawless transfer of data, settings, etc. the software just works, and the a thunderbolt technology makes it crazy fast.
- Answered by Gary O from Broomfield
- on Aug 26, 2012
Thunderbolt port to mini-Displayport via Thunderbolt to Thunderbolt cable
- Asked by Andrew M from Darien
- on Jan 8, 2013
All you need is a mini-Displayport to mini-Displayport cable. Skip this upscale Thunderbolt to Thund All you need is a mini-Displayport to mini-Displayport cable. Skip this upscale Thunderbolt to Thunderbolt cable. You'll find mini-Displayport to mini-Displayport cables much cheaper in other retailers.
- Answered by MENG W from Ansonia
- on Jan 18, 2013
Use iMac late 2009 as a second display connected to iMac late 2014
- Asked by JOHN A from Eastbourne
- on Apr 24, 2015
Yes, the iMac late 2009 supports Target Display Mode (TDM) Cable Supported: Mini DisplayPort to Yes, the iMac late 2009 supports Target Display Mode (TDM) Cable Supported: Mini DisplayPort to Mini DisplayPort Port on Source Computer: Mini DisplayPort or Thunderbolt Thunderbolt ports are backwards compatible, meaning they support MiniDisplay Port cables. Your iMac 2009 with MiniDisplay Port does not support Thunderbolt. So you will need a Mini DisplayPort to Mini DisplayPort cable; this would then be plugged into Mini DisplayPort in 2009 iMac and Thunderbolt port on 2014 iMac. Command F2 on the 2009 iMac would put this computer into TDM, with the 2014 iMac as the source computer.
- Answered by Michael R from Golden
- on Jun 1, 2015
can i connect a thunderbolt display to my 2010 mac pro?
- Asked by david D from Sarasota
- on Aug 31, 2011
My Thunderbolt display just arrived and I tried it with my mid 2010 15" Macbook Pro (non-thunderbolt My Thunderbolt display just arrived and I tried it with my mid 2010 15" Macbook Pro (non-thunderbolt port), and the MBPro doesn't recognise the thunderbolt display. I purchased the Thunderbolt display for my new Macbook Air (with Thunderbolt port) and it works just fine.
- Answered by Neil H from JERRABOMBERRA
- on Sep 19, 2011
Can this Apple Thunderbolt Cable be used to connect to my Apple Charger USB-C 61W Power Adapter?
- Asked by Larry S from Portland
- on Jan 31, 2018
Will this cable support Thunderbolt 2 speeds when connecting two Thunderbolt 2 rated devices?
- Asked by Greg H from Nottingham
- on Nov 17, 2016
Yes. The cabling is exactly the same in both Thunderbolt 1 and Thunderbolt 2. As long as both device 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
- on Apr 16, 2017