Apple has announced a new 4k Ultra HD cable, which is the first of its kind.
The cable, called Thunderbolt 4K, is a 4K cable that is connected to a 4k display via Thunderbolt, a new technology that has been around for a while.
The new cable features a new connector that can connect to any 4K display.
The new cable will be sold separately for $199, though it will retail for $229 in the US.
The video quality will be better than the current Apple Thunderbolt 3 cable, with 1080p at 30fps.
This means you should get the full 60fps at 30 frames per second.
Apple has also said that the Thunderbolt 4k cable will support “the highest resolution 4K content,” which means you’ll get 60fps or more.
If you’re a hardcore gamer, this is a must-have.
The Thunderbolt 4ks will also support “a wider range of 4K HDR video formats,” so you’ll be able to enjoy 1080p, 4k and HDR video in 4K.
While the new cable is a little smaller, it’s still much more powerful than the older Apple Thunderbolt 2, which has a 5k connection.
It also supports both 3G and 4G.
Apple’s new Thunderbolt 4 cable will also be compatible with the iPhone X and the upcoming Apple TV, but no details have been released about compatibility for Apple TV remote controls or the new Apple Watch.
The cable is available for pre-order now at the Apple Store, which should be available in the coming weeks.