|Jan 27, 2013, 07:26 AM||#2|
Not my world. I charge my iStuff either in the car or when they connect via USB3 to my rMBP.
Retina MBP 2.7GHz | 16GB | 768GB
iPhone 5s | Silver | 64GB | AT&T
iPad Air | Silver | 128GB | WiFi only
|Jan 27, 2013, 11:32 AM||#3|
It would most likely make those iDevices more expensive and make the cables more expensive.
2013 iMac 27" i7, 32GBRAM, GTX780M, 256GB Flash, VESA, Yosemite
2012 Mac Mini Server w/ 23TB Storage
iPad Air 32GB, iPhone 5s 32GB, iPad Mini 16GB
3x AEBS 802.11ac, JetStream Gigabit, 5x AppleTV
|Jan 27, 2013, 04:40 PM||#4|
it would be like hooking up a fire hose to fill a 6 ounce glass of water.
what's the point.
Thunderbolt has it's place.
in much the same way that you wouldn't want to use a fire hose for your kitchen sink, you don't need thunderbolt for eveything.
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