Hacker News article The internet has gone mad over the latest tech, and this week the tech giant Apple is selling cables for both the Mac and Windows.
The new cables come with a variety of colors and patterns, but for now they’ll only work on Macs and laptops with DisplayPort (DVI) connectors.
In a blog post, Apple says it’s offering “a wide range of high-performance cables to fit your every needs,” but only the highest quality.
Apple says the cables also come with an “all-in-one power cord that is designed for use with your Mac and is fully tested to meet or exceed industry standards for the best performance.”
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Apple also promises to offer a full list of available cables for a “few weeks” after the launch of the new cables.
“We will be working closely with manufacturers to make sure these cables are the best for the customer, and we look forward to sharing more details soon,” Apple says in the blog post.
Apple did not offer any images of the cables, but we can tell you that they’re available in two colors.
The cables are available for $10 each, which is not too cheap considering that Apple says they’ll be “most compatible with older Macs” and “most comfortable for most users.”
The cables do come with their own “USB cable” that allows you to plug them into your Mac.
Apple is also releasing a “universal USB power cable” with a USB port for Macs, which you can plug into your television.
The universal power cable also supports DisplayPort, HDMI, and VGA.
Apple does not provide a specific pricing for the universal power cables.
We contacted Apple for comment on these cables and will update if we hear back.
The VGA cables are a bit pricier than the Mac cables, and the cables will only work with Macs with DisplayPorts 1.0 and up.