Unlike similar products, Plugable's new 10-port docking station has two downstream Thunderbolt 4 ports and supports dual 4K displays.
You might’ve heard by now that the new iPhone 15 & 15 Pro series handsets are now equipped with USB-C ports instead of Lightning, and Apple has even released a new adapter that can convert new iPhones back to the Lightning port for those unready to invest in new accessories.
Apple may separately sell a Thunderbolt cable for the upcoming iPhone 15 models for those who wish to transfer large files at up to 40Gbps.
The entire iPhone 15 family, not just the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, is expected to feature support for high-speed Thunderbolt/USB4 data transfer.
Thunderbolt 3 support would enable videographers to output live 4K video on an external monitor in real-time while recording their footage.
Are you in the market for a brand new Thunderbolt 4 cable? How about one that measures in at 3 meters in length? Well then, Apple just added an option for you.
Apple's macOS Monterey 12.3.1 update brings Bluetooth fixes for game controllers and resolves issues with external displays on some Macs.
Accessory vendor Plugable today released the latest addition to its Thunderbolt 3 docking station lineup. The cryptically named TBT3-UDC3 maximizes performance and keeps workflow running smoothly with a compelling 100W of power delivery while also incorporating a pair of USB-C ports for easy data transfer, two video outs, a bunch of legacy ports and more.
The new M1 laptop chip in Apple's refreshed Mac mini, as well as in the 13-inch MacBook Air and Pro models, maxes out at 32 gigabytes of RAM. Also, it doesn't support external GPUs (eGPU) via Thunderbolt like its Intel-based counterpart does. Here's what's going on...
If you need a powerful Thunderbolt 3 dock for your Apple computers, look no further than Plugable's new baby. Today, the company released its new TBT3-UDZ Thunderbolt 3 docking station that has a whopping 14 ports and provides 96W of power delivery. On top of that, the dock sports backward and forward compatibility from USB-C to USB4 and Thunderbolt 4.
So now that we know Apple is going to officially transitioning to ARM-based Macs later this year with customer-ready hardware, there remained at least one lingering question: would Apple still support Thunderbolt?
Intel hinted at CES 2020 that the fourth iteration to the Thunderbolt I/O specification is on its way, promising double the throughput of the current Thunderbolt 3 implementation.