Thunderbolt Cinema Displays Get Some Teeny Tiny Update Love

Apple has begun shipping new Thunderbolt displays to customers and stores around the globe. The update includes a new Magsafe-to-Magsafe 2 adapter in the box that’s compatible with Apple’s new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro machines that were announced last month.

Mark Gurman over at 9to5Mac:

We’ve gotten word that Apple has slightly tweaked its Thunderbolt Display SKU, and these units have begun shipping to Apple Stores and Apple Official Resellers worldwide. The change was first noticed by our sources when Apple retired the Thunderbolt Display‘s MC914LL/A part code and replaced it with MC914LL/B just a couple of days ago.

The adapter is only available in the Thunderbolt display, and not available in the 27-inch Cinema Display models. Should you need the adapter, it’s also available for $10.00 at your local Apple Store or online.

Source: 9to5Mac

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