Hello everyone, I got my first Apple computer few days ago. It all started with my iPad mini 2. I bought it it's music apps capabilities and then I started to love the Apple brand, operating system, design and pretty much everything about it. I decided to get a macbook pro and that's what I did. My configuration is as follows: MacBook Pro Retina Display, Early 2013 Processor 3 GHz Intel Core i7 Memory 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 Graphics Intel HD Graphics 4000 1024 MB SSD: 512 GB OS Yosemite 10.10.5 (installed by me, was delivered with Mountain Lion) Was in mint condition, only 12 cycles on the battery. However I decided to get also a TV for use it as desktop and I got a PANASONIC TX-40CX400E, is a cheap 4K TV but I got it for it's 4K display and 5 years warranty. Was not delivered yet! I'm waiting for the TV to come. However I have a huge problem. The TV has HDMI 2.0 and the MacBook Pro early 2013 it doesn't! My HDMI on the MacBook (as far I read about it) is only capable of doing Full HD (1080p). Can anybody tell me how to get the 4K out of my MacBook? There are any adapters from thunderbolt to HDMI 2.0? I looked over the internet but the information is so misleading.. I found all kind of adapters but some had very bad ratings like 2 out of 5 and I wonder why? I know my Notebook is capable of doing 4K but how should I connect it to my new TV? Thanks!