Using Your iPad as a Second Screen with Luna Display
Luna Display turns your iPad into a second display for Mac. With full support for external keyboards, Apple Pencil, and touch interactions, Luna harnesses the power of your Mac and extends your macOS onto a touchable device.
Mac-to-iPad Mode Features
- Touch pan and zoom gesture support
- External keyboard support for iPad
- Primary Mac must be a 2011 model or later, and running macOS 10.11 (El Capitan) or later
- iPad must be an iPad 2, iPad Mini, iPad Pro, or iPad Air model running iOS 9.1 or later
How to Get Started:
- Plug the Luna Display hardware directly into your Mac and connect to your iPad either via USB cable or with a local WiFi connection.
- After connecting Mac and iPad apps, the iPad screen will become an extension of your Mac desktop screen. Similar to a regular external monitor connection, depending on your Display settings, you may see a different desktop background on your iPad or notice that files and windows have shifted over. You can always adjust Display settings through Displays in macOS System Preferences.
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