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Is the stand on the 27" Thunderbolt Monitor adjustable (height)
Does the stand on the 27" Monitor adjust
- Asked by Alan M from Frisco
- May 15, 2013
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Can I stand the thunderbolt monitor on vertical position with the provided stand? If not, which specific stand is compatible for a vertical position?
- Asked by Alberto M from Orlando
- Nov 2, 2013
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Can I remove stand and wall mount thunderbolt display?
- Asked by Mike J from Lions Bay
- Mar 1, 2012
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Is the display area of this monitor flush when situated next to the next (2013) 27" iMac? If not how difficult would it be to align them?
I realise they are different case designs etc but looking at the tech specs they are different heights, I am more concerned with the displayable areas aligning rather than the cases being flush....
Does the stand detach from the display unit? I would like to purchase one of these but need to transport in a suitcase (with plenty of padding!).
I've learned that the MagSafe charger and Thundebolt cables included are short. Can I use my own 6-foot cable to connect my MBP to the display?
- Asked by Jason S from Barrie
- Nov 15, 2011
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When connected to a MacBook pro, how do you turn everything on?
Basically I have a laptop pro stand so the display will be on top with the MacBook stored under. Do I have to pull it all apart and open the laptop just to turn it on every time? I didn't see a power button on the display or anything...
- Asked by Jordan P from Bonne Terre
- Apr 28, 2012
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Is the ThunderBolt Display worth the money?
I love my 13" non-retina MacBook pro and I'm curious if the the Thunderbolt display is worth the money. I don't care about the glare as I will be looking out a window so the sun won't reflect on it. I produce music and an extra display would be of huge help. My concern is, is it reliable? I really don't care about height adjustment or anything but is it a quality-built monitor that will last a while? I have a 19" Dell Monitor but its having problems and I would like to upgrade to something better. I am also a school student and I guess it could help with research papers and such.
- Asked by Jesse H from Clarence Center
- Jan 27, 2014
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How to connect Apple Thunderbolt Display to the new MacBook with USB-C connector?
Since the dual Thunderbolt+MagSafe cable of the display can't be replaced, and the UBS-C adaptors include VGA or HDMI ports, how can the display be used with the new MacBook?
- Asked by Veselin P
- Mar 9, 2015
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Does this display work with the Late 2012 iMacs (5mm edge)?
Looking to get confirmation from someone that this display works with the new Late 2012 iMacs, as this computer is not listed in Question #3 of the Thunderbolt Display FAQ: support.apple. com/kb/HT5219
I realize this list just describes computers that have Thunderbolt ports, which the Late 2012 iMacs obviously have. The reason I am concerned is that when the Late 2012 iMacs were available on the online Apple Store for configuration, the Thunderbolt Display is not included as an option. So then when checking the FAQ, I saw these models of iMacs were not listed.
Anyone with the ability to verify these displays work with the new iMacs please let us know, thanks!
- Asked by Dan B from Brooklyn
- Dec 1, 2012
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