Aside from the default Thunderbolt transfer speed, it also supports USB 3.1 Gen 2 data transfers at up to 10Gb/s, as well as DisplayPort video output (HBR3). As usual, it can connect to any Thunderbolt 3 or USB-C devices and displays such as Pro Display XDR, or various docks and hard drives, pushing up to 100 watts of power delivery. As for its design, Apple has given the two-meter cable a sleek black look with a Thunderbolt logo, particularly using a braided structure so it can coil without tangling. For those with more gadgets, the cable will even allow you to daisy-chain up to six Thunderbolt 3 devices.
Available now over on its website, Apple’s new Thunderbolt 3 Pro Cable is currently retailing for $130 USD.
Elsewhere in tech, the price of Sony’s a7S III camera has just leaked.