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Hi evyp! I see that you're looking to establish a connection between your Thunderbolt and your MacBook. I presume that you're wanting to sync data (media files such as pictures, video and music) that's currently on the Thunderbolt to your MacBook. Whatever you connect the device to needs to be able to download a driver for the Thunderbolt in order for them to communicate with each other. To my knowledge, drivers have not been developed for synchornization between the Thunderbolt and a device with an iOS operating system. You can confirm this by contacting the manufacturer of your MacBook, of course. Best of luck to you!
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