The Best App for Using an iPad as a Second Display. By Dave Greenbaum. Windows users can still use Air Display 2 which allows you to extend the screen to your Mac (the host) or Windows through.
With all the excitement of yesterday’s iOS 11.3 release, you may not have noticed that Apple also unleashed macOS 10.13.4 on the world. The latest Mac update includes a bunch of smaller fixes, with a focus on “stability, performance, and security,” but if you’re using Duet Display you should avoid the newest version of macOS at all costs.
Duet Display, a popular app that turns your iPad into a second screen for your Mac, announced this week that a bug in Apple’s update blocks the software from working. The company doesn’t have a solution at the moment, instead suggesting that you stick with macOS 10.13.3 until a fix is available.
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If you’ve never heard of Duet Display, the app is definitely worth checking out—assuming you have an iPad on hand and you haven’t already updated to macOS 10.13.4. All you need is a wired connection and you can turn your tablet into a fully-functional secondary screen running macOS. The app also adds a MacBook Pro-style Touch Bar to your iPad while it’s connected, and if your iPad supports the Apple Pencil, it works in Duet Display, too.
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