New rumor says that Apple is about to roll-out Thunderbolt cables.
Apple has released MacBook Pro and iMac computers with the new high-speed port called Thunderbolt. There is though nothing to attach to it that is of benefit yet. Looks like we are getting closer to seeing the release of Thunderbolt devices. According to a tipster on 9to5Mac, Apple is about to release Thunderbolt cables.
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If you happen to ow already two Thunderbolt Macs you can use the cable for high-speed data migration. You can also connect displays with a mini display port to the Thunderbolt port with this cable. The exciting stuff is though still missing. RAIDs and external HDDs are announced and should be available soon.
Thunderbolt cable is now on sale in the Apple Store for a cool $49. The 2m Apple Thunderbolt cable to connect your Thunderbolt-equipped peripherals to your new iMac or new MacBook Pro. Apple Thunderbolt cable can also be used for Target Disk Mode between two Macs that support Thunderbolt, or to use a new iMac as a display for a MacBook Pro equipped with Thunderbolt.