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 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.
What's in the Box?
- Apple Thunderbolt Cable
Ratings & Reviews
OK for daisy-chaining
Unless you're looking for a cable to daisy-chain your drives/peripherals, go for the longer cable. I bought this to connect my G-t Unless you're looking for a cable to daisy-chain your drives/peripherals, go for the longer cable. I bought this to connect my G-tech thunderbolt drive but its way too short and the drive is not sitting under my iMac. Now going to buy the 2.0m version! P.s. You have to wonder at the price of these?! …
- Written by Elliott N from Wantage
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Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
thunderbolt to VGA
- Asked by Stacy W from Chapel Hill
You can use a Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter, available from the Apple Store. Thunderbolt is backwa You can use a Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter, available from the Apple Store. Thunderbolt is backwards compatible with Mini DisplayPort. …
- Answered by Adam B from Saint Paul
Can I use Apple Thunderbolt Cable to hook my 2012 macbook pro retina to a monitor? (Dell U2414H, which accept HDMI, DisplayPort, Mini DisplayPort)
- Asked by Andong H from Tampa
Will a Thunderbolt 2 chord work on a MAC Pro from 2009
- Asked by John R from Avondale
No, You can only use "Taget Display Mode" with a 2011 iMac and a 2011 MacBook Pro.
- Answered by Sean C from Sonoma
Can I use this cable to connect a New MacPro Thunderbolt 2 port to an Asus monitor using its DisplayPort 1.2 port?
- Asked by Richard D from Kensal Green
Can this cable be used to make a iMac 21.5-inch, Mid 2010 a second monitor for a iMac 27-inch, Mid 2010?
- Asked by Isadore Z from Hauppauge