Nowadays, the USB Type-C is very varied. I can say that my factory is a 3.1 manufacturer, and I can produce Thunderbolt 3 series wires. But when I finally want samples and orders, I can’t say it. Today we talked about it, USB. Type -C is USB 3.1 or Thunderbolt 3, and by the way, let us know that the USB field, USB 3.1 or Thunderbolt 3 are all technically capable, so at this stage, we first use TID to judge, if there is no TID to say that What you can do is basically a big part of bragging. Please choose carefully. TYPE C wire industry leader and GEN 2 certified manufacturer information release, (of course, there are also strong technical expertise, but less)
In fact, you can simply understand that the 2.0, 3.0, and 3.1 standards determine the speed of transmission and the size of the power supply. It is a software-level specification, just like the upgrade of Windows 98/Windows 10. Just remember that the newer the specification. In the spring of 2015, Apple introduced a new version of the 12-inch MacBook. This slightly aggressive notebook computer, except for the butterfly keyboard with a very short keystroke, has only one USB in addition to the 3.5mm headphone jack. The Type C interface is used to allow the Mac to charge and transfer data. At the time, the USBType-C was widely known by the consumer market and even adopted by more manufacturers. At this time, Thunderbolt 3 also changed to the USBType-C interface. Intel And apple blessing, Thunderbolt 3 market is activated.
However, in the same year, Thunderbolt, another transmission standard that Apple has cooperated with Intel for a long time, also launched the third generation in a relatively silent manner in the market (Apple and Intel are also one of the main developers of the USB standard). The connection technology debuted in 2009, in addition to the speed faster than USB, also supports two-way transmission, including the MacBookAir and MacBookPro also long-term second-generation Thunderbolt2 (synchronization speed of 20GB / s), unfortunately because of the high price, the interface is also Incompatible with the mainstream peripheral aperture, so in addition to Apple computers, Thunderbolt is rarely seen in mainstream products, and even Mac users are not often used, but the current Lightning version of C89, the connector inside the Thunderbolt line space reserved Full of imagination, it is expected that in addition to the current computer products equipped with Thunderbolt, a new generation of flat-panel or smart TV should be equipped with Thunderbolt interface.
But what's interesting is that on Thunderbolt3, the connector's interface was changed from the original MiniDisplayPort (Apple's exclusive interface) to USBType-C, which caused a problem: because the appearance is the same as USB Type-C, So should this interface be USB3.1 or Thunderbolt3?