Connecting the 15 year-old Apple Cinema HD Display to my USB-C MacBook Pro 2020! Instructions below:

For connecting the 30” version to a USB-C Mac:
1. You’ll need Dual-Link DVI cable. eBay generally is the place to get it:

2. This will plug into a powered dock with Mini Display, such as: or It’s expensive, I know, but it’s a a really good dock and is the only one that exists as far as I know.

3. Plug the dock’s USB-C cable into your Mac (make sure the regular USB ports are plugged in)

For smaller versions of the display:
1. Connect Cinema Display’s DVI cable to DVI (female) to HDMI (male):
2. Connect HDMI (female) to USB-C (male):
3. This should be all you need – but I haven’t tested it out myself, I’ve only heard it works

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