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hi Vasiliy,
Looking at the [guide|6525], step 2: ''The Thunderbolt Display also comes with a ++built-in Thunderbolt cable++ attached to a Universal MagSafe cable.''. At the end of the tear down the cable is still in place.
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-Basically we can conclude that it is not user removable.
+Basically we can conclude that it is not user removable from the outside.
However [guide|6525], step 10: ''Interestingly enough, the Thunderbolt cable that routes into the display also ++plugs into a standard Thunderbolt socket++ on the logic board. Apple could have just soldered the cable wires to the board, but instead chose to implement a cover that prevents the cable from being detached from the logic board's Thunderbolt socket.''
-It looks like apple made it relatively easy to replace because there is a Thunderbolt socket inside the device.
+It looks like apple made it relatively easy to replace because there is a Thunderbolt socket inside the device. So one '''Can''' replace the cable if they open the display up with either the correct cable designed for the display or if you need a longer cable you can also swap out to a standard Thunderbolt cable, but you loose the MagSafe cable to power your laptop.
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-I hope this help!
+I hope this helps!

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编辑: Gaetan ,

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hi Vasiliy,
Looking at the [guide|6525], step 2: ''The Thunderbolt Display also comes with a ++built-in Thunderbolt cable++ attached to a Universal MagSafe cable.''. At the end of the tear down the cable is still in place.
-[image|216402|align=left]
+[image|216402|align=center]
Basically we can conclude that it is not user removable.
However [guide|6525], step 10: ''Interestingly enough, the Thunderbolt cable that routes into the display also ++plugs into a standard Thunderbolt socket++ on the logic board. Apple could have just soldered the cable wires to the board, but instead chose to implement a cover that prevents the cable from being detached from the logic board's Thunderbolt socket.''
It looks like apple made it relatively easy to replace because there is a Thunderbolt socket inside the device.
-[image|216401|align=left]
+[image|216401|align=center]
+
+I hope this help!

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原帖由: Gaetan ,

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hi Vasiliy,

Looking at the [guide|6525], step 2: ''The Thunderbolt Display also comes with a ++built-in Thunderbolt cable++ attached to a Universal MagSafe cable.''. At the end of the tear down the cable is still in place.

[image|216402|align=left]

Basically we can conclude that it is not user removable.

However [guide|6525], step 10: ''Interestingly enough, the Thunderbolt cable that routes into the display also ++plugs into a standard Thunderbolt socket++ on the logic board. Apple could have just soldered the cable wires to the board, but instead chose to implement a cover that prevents the cable from being detached from the logic board's Thunderbolt socket.''

It looks like apple made it relatively easy to replace because there is a Thunderbolt socket inside the device.

[image|216401|align=left]

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