Tag: Thunderbolt

Mavericks now has Thunderbolt networking

OS X has always been quite versatile in the network interfaces it can use. As well as the conventional interfaces like Ethernet and Wi-Fi, OS X could also network over ports such as USB and FireWire. Now with Mavericks, Apple

Not enough Thunderbolt ports to connect to Display & Network?

I recently took a Service Desk call from a client who was experiencing an extremely slow performance while printing a 60+ page brochure that was created in Adobe InDesign on a new’ish MacBook Air. I quickly identified the problem to

Thunderbolt to FireWire Adapter now available

By Richard Mallion Apple have finally posted the “Thunderbolt to FireWire Adapter” they announced back in June to their on-line store. They are currently quoting 5-7 business days for delivery but this will certainly please those who have recently bought

Pegasus R4 – R6 issues

The Pegasus R4 and R6 RAID units from Promise which are connected to the Mac via Thunderbolt are reported to be intermittently disconnecting, a number of users have said that the drives randomly disconnect, both Promise and Apple are said

Thunderbolt – Apple’s next generation interface

By Darren Wallace.   Publicly announced by Intel in 2009 (under the codename ‘Lightpeak’) and introduced into the Mac line up by Apple in early 2011, Thunderbolt is set to be the next generation interface of choice, especially for Professional

Apple issues Thunderbolt Display firmware update

Apple has released a Thunderbolt Display firmware update for the new displays they started shipping just last week. The Thunderbolt Display Firmware Update 1.0 improves the stability of the Apple Thunderbolt Display. The update weighs in at just 923 KB