Thunderbolt 3 is in place in the first PCs.
It was a bit of controversy when Apple earlier this year launched the MacBook with only one connection, in addition to the 3.5mm audio output.
Now Intel has updated USB Type-C connector, and it may soon be the only type of connection that is required on the PC. By combining Type-C and Thunberbolt 3 Intel has developed a very powerful and versatile contact.
Here we talk super fast USB, Thunderbolt, DisplayPort, PCI Express and power. DisplayPort channel can drive two 4K monitors simultaneously.
Dell has already started using the new technology in the update XPS 13- and 15-series, and we expect that other PC makers to embrace the advanced connection.
As 9to5Mac writes, we assume that Apple is going to use USB C port in upcoming MacBook Pro and Air models.