More than a year after the Thunderbolt 3-equipped MacBook Pro debuted, you can now get a 0.8m Apple Thunderbolt Cable for $40 from the Apple Store. Prior to today, Apple stocked a third party Thunderbolt 3 cable from Belkin as it didn't have one of its own.
This cable is not to be confused with Apple's range of USB-C cables, which do not support high-speed data throughput and are intended to be used as charging cables for the USB-C MacBook power adapters only.
With a USB-C connector on both ends, this cable can be used to connect to Thunderbolt 3 docks, external drives and other accessories like high-resolution external displays.
It's nice for Apple to finally offer an own-brand Thunderbolt 3 cable with trademark white branding and an 'etched Thunderbolt logo helps it stand out from other cables' (Apple's words, not mine).
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