May 22, 2018 Mac computers that have any of the following ports can connect to HDMI devices. Learn how to identify the ports on your Mac. HDMI port: Connects directly to HDMI using an HDMI cable. USB-C or Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) port: Connects to HDMI using an adapter, such as the Apple USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter. Thunderbolt technology supports fast data transfers with two independent channels of 10Gb/s each. And Thunderbolt 2 technology can bond the two channels for a superfast 20Gb/s. Use this cable to connect Thunderbolt-enabled devices to the Thunderbolt or Thunderbolt 2 port on your Mac.
Thunderbolt 3 offers a connection with state-of-the-art speed and versatility. Delivering twice the bandwidth of Thunderbolt 2, it consolidates data transfer, video output and charging in a single, compact connector. And with the integration of USB-C, convenience is added to the speed of Thunderbolt to create a truly universal port.
Supports up to four 4K displays or up to two 6K displays1
Connect new and existing devices
Transferring data at speeds of up to 40 Gbps — two times faster than Thunderbolt 2 and eight times faster than USB 3 — Thunderbolt 3 delivers the fastest connection to any dock, display or device. You can also daisy-chain up to six Thunderbolt devices through a single port without needing a hub or a switch. So connecting a storage device to your computer, then a display to your storage device, works as it’s meant to — with powerful throughput.2
Less than one minute to copy 25,000 photos
Thunderbolt 3 provides twice the display bandwidth of Thunderbolt 2, enabling your Mac to support up to four 4K displays or up to two 6K displays.1 Which means that with two Thunderbolt controllers in the 16-inch MacBook Pro, you can send graphics to dual 6K displays for the perfect high-resolution photo and video editing setup. Thunderbolt 3 connects to DisplayPort displays and monitors with a cable, while supporting HDMI and VGA displays with the use of an adapter.
With Thunderbolt 3, a single USB-C port can deliver power in both directions. So a port can charge a device or, alternatively, be charged by one. And it’s capable of delivering up to 100 watts of power, so a single cable can be used to connect to a dock or display and charge your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air simultaneously.
Up to 15W for
Up to 15W for bus-powered devices
Thunderbolt 3 with USB-C technology is a truly universal connection. With the help of an adapter or cable, you can connect just about any of your devices, including your existing Thunderbolt 2 devices.
Plug into displays using HDMI, VGA, DVI, DisplayPort or Thunderbolt.
Connect to iOS devices like iPhone and iPad.
Use peripherals compatible with USB‑A, SD, Micro‑B and Mini‑B.
Connect external graphics processors like the Blackmagic eGPU and external hard drives for extra storage.
The Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) ports on MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac Pro, iMac and Mac mini are fully compatible with your existing devices and displays. Use the chart below to find out which adapter or cable you’ll need to connect to the ports on all your favourite devices.
Connect to your Thunderbolt 3–enabled Mac using
Apple Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) to Thunderbolt 2 Adapter
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Apple USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter or
USB-C to HDMI adapter
Apple USB-C VGA Multiport Adapter or
USB-C to VGA adapter
I have a 2011 MBP with the Thunderbolt output, and wondered if buying the Thunderbolt or (mini display port) to HDMI would allow me to set up my Macbook Pro so I could play and output AVI's and Youtube to my Sony Bravia HDMI TV?
I have internet access on the Sony, so can watch some iPlayer etc, but the connection is soo flaky, and the ability to watch AVI's on the Sony, but its picky about the codecs and which ones to watch.
Will this cable work going from Thunderbolt output to HDMI TV in?
MacBook Pro i7 8GB - iPhone 4, Mac OS X (10.6.7)