Duet Display

Duet Display Not Yet Supported on macOS 10.13.4

Popular app Duet Display, that turns your iPad into an extra display for your Mac via the Lightning USB cable, is not yet supported on the latest macOS 10.13.4 release. The developer has updated the app's FAQ page to reflect this while recommending all Duet Display users to stay on macOS 10.13.3 till the issue has been resolved....

Duet Display Now Supports iPad Pro as Extra Display, On Sale for 40% Off

Popular iOS app Duet Display has been updated to support Apple’s new iPad Pro. The app--created by former Apple engineers--turns your iPad or iPhone into a secondary display using a Lightning cable connected to your Mac, with literally zero lag at 60fps. The update also brings Mac and iOS performance improvements, lower CPU and energy...

‘Duet Display’ App Turns Your iPad into a Second Display for Mac

A new app titled 'Duet Display’, which has been developed by Rahul Dewan, an engineer who worked at Apple for almost three years on the iPad and iMac, can turn your iPad into a second display for your Mac. "A second display can increase productivity up to 48%," Dewan told BusinessInsider, adding that his app uses the iPad as...