Crafted from the fire pits of Hephaestus himself, and thrust down to Earth by the mighty Zeus, the Apple Thunderbolt Display arrived at the doorstep of iFixit's headquarters.
Movies: We tested the Apple Thunderbolt Display using a number of 1080p movie trailers. As with previous incarnations of the display, we were impressed with the deep blacks the monitor achieved.
Yes. If your Thunderbolt-equipped Mac supports two Thunderbolt displays this is possible. Your Thunderbolt-equipped Mac will need to be connected to your Apple Thunderbolt display and the iMac will need to be connected to the Thunderbolt port of the Apple Thunderbolt display. Not all iMacs support Target Display Mode. See for more information. Once connected, place the iMac into to enable it as the second external display.