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I have same issue as above: MacBook Pro, Thunderbolt display, and extended Apple keyboard. At startup my keyboard isn't recognized, but it is when awaking from sleep mode. My fix has simply been to unplug the keyboard from the USB port then replug it into the same USB port. Even doing that has been mildly annoying, but it sounds easier than a lot of things ...
3 external displays DOES work. I am on a Late 2013 MacBook Pro. I have 1 monitor on the HDMI port, 1 on a displayport to HDMI adapter, and one on an ACTIVE displayport to DVI adapter. I'm thinking that the trick here is to use an Active DVI adapter (mine is from Accell)
check this out http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/products/gxm/mac/ dunno if this helps greetzz
I ended up purchasing this cable and it works for internet sharing as both an input and output. When it is plugged in, a new option in the internet sharing preferences appears.
I have the same issue with a new Mac Pro. Eventually I plugged in another Mac USB keyboard which worked straight away. Then plugged original one back in and that worked too. I have to redo that after reboots but at least I got it working again.
Dual yes natively, Triple not without USB adapter one of the displays. You can look over these two articles: Apple Thunderbolt Adapters: Frequently asked questions (FAQ) - HT5309 Thunderbolt ports and displays: Frequently asked questions (FAQ) - HT5219 [Item 23] of the HT5219 article is most relevant3: Q23. How do I connect my Mini DisplayPort ...
You should pick a thunderbolt cable, since it clearly states "iPhone USB" which a playstation with USB to ethernet adapter isn't. Why don't you connect with the PS3 wireless directly if I may ask?
I found an app in the appstore called undock that does all the unmounting and advice when it's safe to unplug. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/undock/id402359583?mt=12
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